Women's Health Magazine has an article on stands right now about what they call rampant gender discrimination faced by professional female athletes. Editor-in-chief Liz Plosser joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to talk about the spotlight that the U.S. Womens' National Soccer Team has put on equal pay.
Women Across Professional Sports Speak Out In Earning DebateWomen's Health Magazine has an article on stands right now about what they call rampant gender discrimination faced by professional female athletes. Editor-in-chief Liz Plosser joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to talk about the spotlight that the U.S. Womens' National Soccer Team has put on equal pay.
How NYC’s Stonewall Riots Sparked The Modern Gay Rights MovementFifty years ago today, a crowd at New York City’s Stonewall Inn took a stand for LGBTQ rights.Their uprising against police was a major catalyst in the modern gay rights movement. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Woman Seeking Funds To Help All Families Enjoy New Jersey's BeachesThe Jersey Shore ocean front is becoming so expensive, many families who live just blocks away can't afford it. CBSN New Yorks' John Dias reports.
Singer Kate Smith Silenced At Yankee StadiumAfter allegations of recording racist songs, famed singer Kate Smith will no longer be the voice of "God Bless America" at Yankee Stadium until the club has completed an investigation.
Jackie Robinson Day Pop-Up Exhibit Opens In ManhattanMajor League Baseball celebrates Jackie Robinson Day and, in New York, a special popup exhibit opened on Varick Street in Lower Manhattan, near the future site of the Jackie Robinson Museum. CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
Snap Shot NY: Shoeshine Guild Brings Kindness, FellowshipShoe shining is the forgotten profession that's back in fashion, and now Kevin Tuohy and his staff in Chelsea Market are giving this job some new found prestige. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Valentine's Day Tips For Single New YorkersFor single New Yorkers, dating can be a real drag and tough to find love in this city, even if there are 8.5 million people in it. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
George Washington's New York: Mary Calvi & Alex Denis Tour Philipse ManorMary Calvi and Alex Denis are taking you on a field trip discovering hidden secrets about George Washington. This time, they're at Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site. Mary spent years researching a young Washington and his relationship with New York heiresses, Mary Eliza Philipse, as told in her forthcoming debut novel "Dear George, Dear Mary."
More Than Just Playing With Fire: Visiting The Artists At UrbanGlass In Brooklyn"There is a certain sort of daredevil mentality," director of development Rachel Feinberg told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Time Out New York Things To Do This WeekendTime Out New York's Will Gleason shares a list of happenings around New York City this weekend with CBSN New York's Valerie Castro.
Time Out New York's Things To Do This WeekendTime Out New York's Jennifer Picht shares a list of things to do in New York this weekend with CBSN New York's Alice Gainer.
George Washington's New York: Mary Calvi Takes A Tour Of Fraunces TavernMary Calvi and Alex Denis take you on a field trip discovering hidden secrets about George Washington at Fraunces Tavern Restaurant in New York City. Mary spent years researching a young Washington and his relationship with New York heiresses, Mary Eliza Philipse, as told in her forthcoming debut novel "Dear George, Dear Mary."
Tips To Make Your New Year's Eve Party SparkleParty planner Seri Kertzner of Little Miss Party Planner joined CBSN New York's Alex Denis with some ideas to make last-minute plans for New Year's Eve celebrations sparkle.
Snap Shot NY: Salvation Army Bell Ringer Brings Thrill To Holiday GivingWith Christmas just days away, the sounds of the season are all around. One is unmistakable: The ringing of the Salvation Army bell. CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer reports.
'Fearless Girl' Moves To New LocationSince 2017, the 4-foot-tall bronze “Fearless Girl” statue has been a draw for tourists as it stands for women's empowerment, especially in corporate America. CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Community Seeks To Put Military Family Into New HomeA group of volunteers in Brookhaven, N.Y., are rehabilitating a home for the holidays, and for one veteran in need, it will be a surprise gift. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Putting His Stamp On NYC: Meet John Casey Of Casey Rubber StampsCBS2's Elle McLogan introduces a man from Cork who has turned to rubber to leave his mark on the East Village.
Giving Tuesday Key To Charity SupportGiving Tuesday, an annual event held the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, is global day of giving - a concept created by New York’s 92nd Street Y to kick off the charitable season as a time to help others. CBS2's Janelle Burrell reports.
Exhibit At US Open Highlights Legacy Of Arthur AsheFrom the tennis court to civil rights, Arthur Ashe's impact on America remains a strong force 50 years after his US Open win. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
See The Rare Treasures Hidden Inside The New York Public LibraryGet special access on a private virtual tour with CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Tweets Chronicle In-Flight Love ConnectionAn airline passenger switched seats to allow a couple to sit together on the flight, and the chronicle of what happened next between two strangers on a plane has become the latest social romance must-follow. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Gentle Waters Make One Man's NYC Commute A Moment Of PeaceOne man has crafted his own unique and relaxing commute solution using a folding bicycle and a collapsible boat. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Mayor's Son Writes Op-Ed On Racism In NY SchoolDante de Blasio has jumped into his father's big fight by writing an op-ed piece saying "racism... was all too common" when he attended Brooklyn Tech. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Future Of Historic Mansion Causing Major Divide In Bergen CountyShould the landmark be saved, even though it celebrates a time when slavery was legal? Or should it be auctioned off? CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
Syracuse University Outraged By Frat's Hateful Pledge VideoProtesters at New York's Syracuse University have demanded that the school release videos showing racist and sexist behavior by members of a now-suspended Theta Tau fraternity. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Puerto Ricans In NYC After Hurricane Face Eviction As FEMA Aid EndsNearly 100 Puerto Rican families who sought refuge in New York City after Hurricane Maria now fear they will become homeless again. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Legacy Of Community Champion Carey Gabay To Live OnCarey Gabay was killed by a stray bullet during J'ouvert celebrations in 2015, but his widow Trenelle Gabay found ways to keep his legacy alive. CBS2's Janelle Burrell reports.
Snapshot NY: Special Cafe Creates Menu Of Opportunities For StaffHarvest Cafe is part of a non-profit helping people with developmental disabilities. Working alongside their able-bodied counterparts, these special trainees are given a chance few workspaces offer. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
A Cocktail Bar That Celebrates WomenCBS2's Elle McLogan visited Bar Moga in honor of Women's History Month.