Chess Forum In Greenwich Village: A NYC Classic Perseveres In A Pandemic"A real captain stays on deck, either saves the ship or sinks with it," owner Imad Khachan told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Love And Family Keep The Business Running At Vic's Heart N Soul Food TruckCBS2's Elle McLogan meets Victor Hickson, who doles out smoked ribs and fried fish from a roving kitchen.
At Public Village, Best Friends Serve Up Chinese Hometown SpecialitiesWhen Kiyomi Wang and Karen Song discovered a vacancy on the Lower East Side, their dream became a reality.
Mini-Golf, Snacks, And Family Memories At Jennie's At Drossos In GreenportDecades later, Jennie Werts still returns to her childhood hangout—now, as the chef.
Beauty And Stillness At Life Wellness Center In Bed-Stuy"When people come in, they're usually surprised," co-owner Khadija Tudor told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Chara's Kitchen And Catering: Soul Food Memories In BellportIn the basement of the local church, you'll find Cheryl Grigg stirring and seasoning over a hot stove.
On Governors Island, A Lush Garden Finds New Purpose"It's definitely in the spirit of the victory gardens during the Second World War," program manager Shawn Connell told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
The Dig Callback: At McNulty's Tea & Coffee, A Time-Honored Shop Meets A New NormalCBS2's Elle McLogan revisits a West Village institution persevering amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Social Media's Role In The Racial Justice Movement: 'The Conversation Is Moving So Much More Quickly'Protests after the death of George Floyd—and hard conversations about race in America—are happening all across the country. Three people reveal how they've found a new role for social media in the movement for racial justice.
The Dig Callback: At Ricas Pupusas & Mas, A Family's Resilience Shines Through AdversityThese days, the restaurant depends on pickup and delivery orders, especially those placed directly by phone—the commission charged by delivery apps is too steep.
The Dig Callback: Bronx Chef Millie Peartree Turns Hardship Into BlessingAfter the sudden closure of her beloved Fordham restaurant, chef Millie Peartree has found a new calling. CBS2's Elle McLogan reports.