Snapshot NY: Six-Time Olympic Fencer Peter Westbrook Helps Make 'A Lily-White Sport' More InclusiveIn 1984, Westbrook became the first African-American man to win an Olympic medal in fencing. He became a six-time Olympian. Since then, he's been driving the sport towards progress.
'It Was Beautiful To Watch': Brooklyn Nets' Kevin Durant Cements Legacy With Game 5 Playoff PerformanceIt could have been the best individual effort in the Hall-of-Fame career of Kevin Durant. Few players are capable of putting up a 49-point game, but he also did it when the franchise needed it most.
Pepper Persley, 10-Year-Old Podcaster From New York, Broadcasts NBA Playoff Game On TVIt takes most sports broadcasters years to rise through the ranks to become a game analyst at a network. But not 10-year-old Pepper Persley.
Former Giants RB Brandon Jacobs Attempting A Comeback, Switching To Defensive End: 'I Got The Size, Speed And Strength To Go Out And Whoop Any Tackle On Any Given Day'The former Giants running back, who has been retired since 2014, says he's ready to take another shot at the league this time on the defensive side of the ball.
Snapshot NY: New Jersey Mason Johnny Langeraap Set To Compete In Bricklayer 500 World Championship In Las VegasFor generations, craftsmen have claimed to be the best of the best. But did you know there's now a Super Bowl of masonry to prove it?
NBA Top Shot Turning Into Quite An Investment For Sports Trading Card NFT Buyers And SellersOur world has gone digital, not just our interactions, but also money, and in trading cards.
Snapshot NY: South Bronx Native Hopes After-School Program Inspires Students To Graduate, Change Perception Of NeighborhoodFor kids growing up in the Bronx, there's a charity providing a program that gives them a place to go after school and help build their future.
Might Be This Be The Year Championship Drought Ends? Knicks, Islanders, Nets Looking Good So Far In PlayoffsThe weather has turned, COVID-19 restrictions are dropping, and New York sports teams are giving fans a reason to celebrate.
Snapshot NY: Central Park An International Destination For Birds, And Bird WatchersYou might not associate New York City with wildlife, but it's a travel destination for bird watchers from all over the world, especially this month, during migrations.
Holocaust Survivor Who Was Sent To Concentration Camp As Infant Now Has Photographic Proof Of Her ExperienceMany of the survivors of the Holocaust have lasting memories they wish they could forget. One survivor may have no recollection, but new proof verifies her presence.
Snapshot NY: Long Island Couple Hosts Special Food Market, Social Gatherings For Veterans In NeedThree times a week, Syd and Diane Mandelbaum turn their driveway into a special market for veterans.
New Jersey Artist Said Elatab Burns Paintings To Fight Depression, Express Grief; 'I Call Myself Tragedy Of Art'Every artist wants their work to be appreciated. But this artist from New Jersey takes a different approach.
Yankee Stadium, Citi Field To Seat Fans In Vaccinated And Unvaccinated Sections, Offer Shots And Free TicketsThe teams are trying to help build on the 58% of eligible New Yorkers who have already received a vaccine shot.
Bloomfield High School Senior David Odekunle, Who Grew Up In Nigeria, Receives Acceptance Letters From 7 Ivy Leagues Schools: 'It's Like A Once-In-A-Lifetime Feeling'It wasn't even the first time it happened in his household. Two years ago, his older brother, Emmanuel, earned the same honor.
Mets Fans Return To Citi Field For Home Opener Against MiamiFrom the field level to the top of the ballpark, fans of all ages were eager to celebrate a Mets win.