Along the Nautical Mile in Freeport, Long Island, a retired sanitation worker-turned-restaurateur looks to capture the spirit of a backyard barbecue.

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At Backyard Barbeque, 'Everything Tastes Great With Smoke'Along the Nautical Mile in Freeport, Long Island, a retired sanitation worker-turned-restaurateur looks to capture the spirit of a backyard barbecue.
Beneath The Streets Of Brooklyn, Caves Of CheeseThirty feet underground in Crown Heights, CBS2's Elle McLogan finds tunnels from 1850, laden with cheese. It's all part of Crown Finish Caves.
Bianco Brothers: Family's 50-Year Tradition Found On Knife's EdgeCBS2's Elle McLogan visits Bianco Brothers, a neighborhood institution that's been sharpening Brooklyn's knives since 1971.
Business Boot Camp For Hispanic EntrepreneursCarlos Media, CEO for the Statewide NJ Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, joined CBSN New York's Valeria Castro to talk about how the program helps businesses become successful and foster a sense of community to help sustain those businesses.
Come For Your Passport, Stay For The Food Outside Nigeria's Consulate At Africana Mobile KitchenAfricana Mobile Kitchen aims to bring a taste of home to Nigerians in New York City. The main draw is the jollof rice with goat.
Hispanic Entrepreneurship Training Program Focuses On Growth, NetworkingA special program in New Jersey is like a business boot camp for Hispanic entrepreneurs, using courses and coaching, but most importantly, community building. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Jersey City Pushing New Fees On Food TrucksCBS2's Meg Baker has the latest on new fees for food trucks in Jersey City that businesses say will force them out of town.
Keeping A Classic NYC Tradition Alive With The Brooklyn Seltzer BoysAlex Gomberg's great-grandfather passed his business down to his son, son's sons, and son's son's son.
Latin Sandwiches And Life Lessons: Doorman-Turned-Chef Follows His Passion At Jibarito ShackAfter ten years working as a doorman, Angel Medina was ready for a change.
Small Businesses Say Changes In Labor Standards Causing StrugglesChanges in labor standards, including hikes in the minimum wage, are supposed to help low-wage workers, but some small businesses say it has them struggling; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Small Business Owners Say New Work Rules Are Hurting Their Bottom LineChanges in labor standards and increases in the minimum wage aim to help employees maintain their financial footing, but some business owners in Manhattan say the new work rules are crippling their bottom line; CBSN New York's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Health vs. Business: Vaping Debate IntensifiesNew York Gov, Andrew Cuomo is going on the offensive against vaping and certain flavors of e-cigarettes, but critics say a ban will hurt small businesses/ CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Historic Egg Cream Shop Fighting To Stay In BusinessCBS2's Dave Carlin has the latest on an iconic Manhattan shop's fight to stay in business and keep serving beloved egg cream floats.
Pastelitos And Café Con Leche At 'The Cubanest Corner In All Of New York City'CBS2's Elle McLogan visits Pilar Cuban Bakery, where Chef Ricardo Barreras is bringing a taste of Miami to Bed-Stuy.
Mayor De Blasio Taking The Heat Over Pizza?Mayor Bill de Blasio is taking heat for weighing in on the side of Di Fara Pizza, the pizzeria in Brooklyn that was closed for unpaid taxes. CBSN New York's Andrea Grymes reports.
Combating Vacant Storefronts In NYCCBSN New Yorks' Dana Tyler sits down with Small Business Services Commissioner Gregg Bishop to talk about vacancy problems in New York City.
Matzah Ball Ramen And Wagyu Pastrami: Japanese And Jewish Cuisines Combine At Shalom JapanShe's from Hiroshima. He's from Great Neck. So what do these husband-and-wife chefs cook up together? Find out at Shalom Japan.
Backyard Honey: Long Island Beekeeper Keeps It LocalCBS2's Elle McLogan gets suited up to see the hive at Promised Land Apiaries in Mattituck.
'Everything Is Garbage': Businesses Losing Money As NYC Power Outages ContinueBusinesses in Brooklyn suffered after losing power over the weekend; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Nearly 100 Years Of Tradition At Defonte's Sandwich ShopCBS2's Elle McLogan visits a Red Hook institution where the energy is big and the sandwiches are bigger.
Pizza Shop Adds Lost Pet Flyers To BoxesCBS2's Valerie Castro has the latest on a New Jersey pizza shop helping to find lost pets by adding flyers to their pizza boxes.
Hundreds Line Up For Carpenter Apprenticeship Lottery In NYCThe line wrapped around the block at the District Council of Carpenters building in Greenwich Village Monday morning where 500 apprentice slots were up for grabs. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Subway Florist Retires After 48 YearsA florist working at an East Village subway station is retiring after 48 years of greeting commuters with flowers and a smile. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Thompson Chemists: A Pharmacy Where 'Mama J' And 'The Medicine Man' Prescribe Music, Magic, And Community"This type of store, you can't cookie-cut this," Gary "The Medicine Man" Alony told CBS2's Elle McLogan.

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