"I love cooking, and I didn't see any Iraqi restaurant here in New York," owner Mohammed Almandalawi told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
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Iraqi House: Couple Brings Their Native Dishes To Bay Ridge"I love cooking, and I didn't see any Iraqi restaurant here in New York," owner Mohammed Almandalawi told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Military Dad Comes Home For The HolidaysCBS2's Valerie Castro has the latest on the surprise reunion of a New Jersey student and her father, who has been serving overseas.
Homeless Children Get To Meet Santa In #GivingTuesday EventOn this Giving Tuesday the 92nd Street Y hopes school kids go home with the lesson that they're never too young to help their community. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Marine's Memory Carried Forward By Family Continuing His 20-Year Toy Gift Drive For ChildrenTurning heartache into help, one New Jersey family is honoring a beloved husband and a Marine veteran just weeks after his passing. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Time Out New York's Weekend Things To Do For 11/30 & 12/1Time Out New York's Will Gleason joined CBSN New York's Ali Bauman to share this weekend's top things to do: The Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden, Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights, the Industry City Ice Rink and the Big Apple Circus.
Snapshot NY: Dedicated Man Fosters 50 ChildrenMeet Guy Bryant, a man who has fostered 50 children under the mantra "Everybody should have somebody." CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer reports.
Catholic Charities Giving Away 800 Turkeys To Families In NeedHundreds of families in upper Manhattan will be getting Thanksgiving turkeys and other traditional food items thanks to the Catholic Charities of New York. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Parents Urge Lawmakers To Block Proposed HPV Vaccine BillsThere's backlash from some parents over the push to mandate the HPV vaccine for students; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Adoption Attorney Offers Advice For Prospective Adoptive ParentsAdoption attorney Denise Seidelman spoke to CBS2's Cindy Hsu, who adopted her daughter, Rosie, 15 years ago.
Immersive Lights Festival, Brooklyn Children's Book Fair Among Weekend's NYC HappeningsTime Out New York's Will Gleason joins CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez to share his list of things to do the weekend of Nov. 23-24, 2019.
Dozens Of Foster Kids Get Adopted In Special Ceremony; More Adoptive Families Are NeededDozens of children in New York City are smiling like they never have before. All of them were officially adopted during special ceremonies. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
New York Cares Launches Coat DriveNYPD Commissioner James O'Neill helps kick off annual event to help clothe those in need ahead of more bitter winter weather. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
How Young Is Too Young For Kids To Have A Smartphone?As the holidays approach, many parents are trying to figure out if now is a good time to get their kids a smartphone; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports,
Moms Launch Slime-Making Shop In LarchmontMaking slime can be a slimy business. That's why two mom entrepreneurs created a plan to help solve the problem and let families have more fun; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
New Pre-K Center In Corona, Queens Focuses On STEAMMayor Bill de Blasio has announced a major partnership that brings added educational opportunities for pre-K students in Queens.
New York Becomes 10th State To Expand Child Safety Seat LawNew York has become only the 10th U.S state to pass the child safety seat law, but many parents may be unaware of the new requirements; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Unannounced Active Shooter Drills Upset Students, ParentsMany parents are outraged over active shooter drills and lockdowns at their children's schools, saying they're happening without warning; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
New NY Law Requires Some Children To Be In Rear-Facing Car SeatsMany parents are unaware of a new safety requirement that involves infants and toddlers who are passengers in vehicles; CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
New York Again Considers Banning Tackle Football For Children Under 12Should young children be banned from playing tackle football? A public hearing on the future of play is underway in Manhattan today. New York State lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban tackle games for children under the age of 12. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
New Study Finds 48% Of Kids Not Getting Enough SleepExperts recommend a minimum of nine hours a night for children ages 6 to 17. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Which Costumes Are Flying Off The Shelves?CBSN New York's Vanessa Murdock shows off this Halloween's most popular children's costumes.
Good Housekeeping Releases List Of Top Toys For 2019Good Housekeeping puts kids to work testing out hundreds of new toys that get ranked for creativity, educational value, and safety. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Elementary School Turns Out In Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness MonthStudents at Riverside Elementary in Rockville Centre started their school day by planting flowers outside and writing notes of support to cancer patients at Mercy Medical Center’s Bishop McGann Center for Oncology and Imaging and inpatients on the hospital’s oncology unit. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
High School Student Accused Of Encouraging Elementary School Student To Kill HerselfPolice said a female student at Franklin Township Elementary faced harassment on the internet last week after re-posting a message about suicide prevention, sources said, on Snapchat. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.