Honoring Rich Lamb On His 40th Anniversary With WCBS 880Monday marks 40 years of working at WCBS 880 for veteran reporter Rich Lamb.
Stories From Main Street: N.J. Girls' Basketball Coach Remains Humble After Historic 1,000 WinsJeff Jasper made history as a buzzer went off last week, becoming the first New Jersey girls’ high school basketball coach to notch 1,000 victories.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Humans Who Bring Character To The Westminster Kennel Club Dog ShowNew York City is going to the dogs this weekend with the 142nd annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. But it’s really the humans who give the event its character.
Small Business Spotlight: Animoto Allows Users To Create 'Super-Simple' Custom VideosWith Animoto, customers – especially small businesses – can drag and drop their video clips and photos to create a professional video tailored to their message.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: The Most Expensive Cup Of Coffee In The U.S.A.The offerings at the Extraction Lab in Brooklyn are a bit different – and a bit pricier – than your watery $1.50 bodega cup of coffee.
Small Business Spotlight: Clean Slate Laser Tattoo Removal Helps Those Who've Had A Change Of HeartJeff Garnett operates Clean Slate Laser Tattoo Removal – a professional tattoo removal service provider. He came up with the idea to go into the tattoo removal business after a bad experience of his own.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Sundays Spent In Song With Marjorie EliotEvery Sunday, Marjorie Eliot and her son, Rudel Drears, set up their apartment for entertainment.
Author Chloe Benjamin Challenges Readers With Tough Question In ‘The Immortalists’Set on the Lower East Side in 1969, four siblings visit a psychic to seek their fortunes. What they learn informs their next five decades.
Small Business Spotlight: Breaking Into Showbiz With DUO EntertainmentDUO Entertainment co-directors Scott Aharoni and Dennis Latos have a passion for telling stories. They share theirs with WCBS 880 business reporter Joe Connolly in this week's Small Business Spotlight.
Stories From Main Street: Habitat For Humanity's Jim Killoran Building A Better FutureJim Killoran has been swinging a hammer for social justice for more than 30 years. As the head of Habitat for Humanity in Westchester County, he marshals an army of volunteer builders.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Where The Streets Have The Same NameDrive or walk around Queens and you’ll find streets with the same names, sometimes right next to each other.
WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman Named Assistant Director Of News And ProgrammingIn his new role, Silverman will help manage the day-to-day news coverage for the station, its website and social media channels – in addition to his current reporting and anchoring responsibilities.
Small Business Spotlight: Paul Herman, CPA Helps Clients Navigate Tax Code ChangesWith the recent changes to the tax code, Paul Herman, CPA has been keeping busy. He tells Joe Connolly everyone wants to know how the changes will affect them.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Kava Is All The Craze In BrooklynThe Food and Drug Administration warns it can cause liver damage, some countries have banned it or made it available only by prescription, and they’re lapping it up by the bowlful in Brooklyn.
Small Business Spotlight: Mina Marsow Gives Her Neighborhood What It Needs With Prospect GymnasticsBrooklyn native Mina Marsow wanted to make an impact on her community and found a need in her neighborhood. Now, she runs Prospect Gymnastics, a gymnastics studio for children.