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Ha Long Bay Vietnamese Sandwiches: Beloved Banh Mi Find A Home In New Hyde Park“Life is all about taking chances,” owner Billy Dang told CBS2’s Elle McLogan.El
Rods, Lures, And Mid-Century Furniture? Dream Fishing Tackle Offers Unlikely Combination From Greenpoint Father And Daughter"It kind of all collided together," co-owner Barbara Piskorska told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Vigil Held For Food Delivery Worker Gunned Down In East HarlemCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the story.
Road To Reopening: Jerry Seinfeld Performs At Gotham Comedy ClubCBS2's Cory James has more on the legendary comic's night in Chelsea and for the lucky people who got a chance to see him.
Safe Easter Celebrations Planned On Long Island As Health Officials Continue To Urge COVID CautionOfficials are urging caution as families return to some holiday traditions this weekend. Safe celebrations are being planned across Long Island. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Aunts et Uncles: A Vegan Cafe-Bar In East Flatbush Inspired By The Love Of Family"Your aunts and uncles are like your cool parents," co-owner Michael Nicholas told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
CBS2 Breaks Down What New Marijuana Law In New York MeansSupporters are thrilled cannabis products are now legal in the state, but opponents have a long list of concerns. Dick Brennan reports.
Recreational Marijuana Legalized In New YorkGov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation Wednesday legalizing adult-use marijuana in New York, calling it a “historic day.” CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Legalization Of Recreational Marijuana Passes NYS Senate, AssemblyCBS2's Kristine Johnson has the latest.
Amid Attacks On Asian New Yorkers, Self Defense Industry Seeing Uptick In InterestCBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the story.
2 Church Volunteers Honored For Keeping Soup Kitchen RunningCBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
New York State Allocating 1,000 J&J Vaccine Shots For City Bodega WorkersCBS2's Hazel Sanchez has the story.
B&H Dairy: A Small Restaurant With Big Heart Serves The East Village Since 1938"As much as the customers love us and stop by and support us, especially now, the place is going to survive, I hope, another 80 years," co-owner Alexandra Abdelwahed told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Women-Owned Businesses Empowering Each Other To Build BrandsThree women-owned businesses are empowering each other to build their brands. As CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports, they all coincidentally left their male-dominated industries to make a name for themselves in the do-it-yourself industry.
Ready To Reopen: Indoor Fitness Classes Can Resume In NYC On MondayAs CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports, facilities can welcome back clients at 33% capacity.
NYC Gyms, Fitness Classes To Resume MondayCBS2's Lisa Rozner spoke with business owners and instructors on Sunday in the Flatiron District.
Find Plants, Tools, And Community At Hardware 2.0 In Downtown Brooklyn"Just because it's called 'do-it-yourself' doesn't mean you have to learn it yourself," owner Jitu Maat told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Love Is The Secret To Good Espresso At La Casa Del Caffe In The BronxAnna Agovino is both the barista and the fiery personality behind the Morris Park cafe. Regulars say her espresso is the best in the city.
Gov. Cuomo: Indoor Dining Outside NYC Can Increase To 75% Capacity Starting March 19CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Massapequa Community Rallying To Save Ceramics ShopA Long Island shopkeeper used to open up her art studio to her community, but with the pandemic, she's in need and her generosity is now being repaid; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Reppin' NYC Is Now The Hottest Consumer Trend On The StreetsCBS2's Ali Bauman has more on the resurgence of Big Apple merchandise being sold during the pandemic.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: Dealing With Food InsecurityAs CBS2's Vanessa Murdock explains, many people struggled to eat properly during the pandemic. Many food pantries and other charitable organizations stepped in to fill that void.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: Economic CrisisCBS2's Dave Carlin speaks to several area residents who were forced to reinvent themselves after losing their jobs or deciding to change careers as a result of the financial hardship caused by the virus.
COVID-19 1 Year Later: In MemoriamCBS2's Jessica Moore profiles one family's loss and how they struggle to move forward personally and with the family business in the Bronx.

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