Mandy Greenfield, artistic director for the non-profit Williamstown Theatre Festival, talks about her Massachusetts-based company and the seven productions they are bringing to New York City this season, including two world premieres. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports. For more, see WTFestival.org/WTF-in-NYC
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Celebrating Kwanzaa: Highlighting The Holiday's 7 PrinciplesDecember 26 marks the first day of Kwanzaa. The 7-day celebration connects and commemorates African American community and culture. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge spoke with Atiba Edwards of the Brooklyn Children's Museum.
Preview Of The Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeFor some New Yorkers, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is as traditional as pumpkin pie. Last year the global pandemic scaled back the festivities to keep everyone safe. But this Thursday, the marching bands, floats and giant balloons will be back and better than ever. CBS2's Dana Tyler speaks with Will Cross, executive producer of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, about what to expect.
BET's Connie Orlando Discusses Soul Train AwardsOrlando, the executive vice president of specials and music programming and strategy at BET, spoke with Elise Finch about this year's ceremony, which is taking place at Harlem's iconic Apollo Theater.
Mayor-Elect Eric Adams Discusses His Vision For New York CityMayor-elect Eric Adams spoke at length with CBS2's Marcia Kramer about his plans for public safety, criminal justice reform and much more.
Tony Dokoupil On His Reporting On Real Estate And Generational Wealth Disparities In AmericaCBS Mornings has done a series of stories on wealth in America, including the role of race. The typical Black family has only a fraction of the wealth of a white family, and many experts say real estate is the root of that problem. CBS News' Tony Dokoupil talks with Karie Johnston about the series.
John Jay College Of Criminal Justice Prof. Dennis Kenney On Use Of Force LegislationNew York Attorney General Letitia James has proposed new changes to police use of force standards. John Jay professor and former police officer Dennis Kenney spoke about the proposed legislation.
Breaking Down How Ranked Choice Voting WorksThis is the first time New York City voters will be using ranked choice voting. CBS News political reporter Adam Brewster explains how it works.
Exclusive: Extended Interview With Debra KatzThe attorney representing one of the women accusing Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment claims he is trying to intimidate witnesses. Debra Katz, attorney for accuser Charlotte Bennett, spoke with CBS2's Marcia Kramer.
Extended Interview With 7-Time Grammy Winner Christian McBrideChristian McBride, a jazz musician from Montclair, New Jersey, won his seventh GRAMMY on Sunday. Check out his extended interview with CBS2's Alice Gainer.
Exclusive Interview With New NYC Schools Chancellor Meisha Ross PorterMeisha Ross Porter started her first day as schools chancellor with a visit to a public school in Red Hook. She spoke exclusively with CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas.
Web Extra: Expert On COVID's Psychological Impact On ChildrenWhite Plains School Superintendent Dr. Joseph Ricca advises parents to look for any way to minimize stress on their kids, adding nowadays schools are even more equipped to offer support or connect families with resources if they need help.
Expert Advice On How To Make Change In Your CommunityDr. Sarah Sayeed spoke with CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas to walk us through how you can stay involved and hold your public officials accountable. She's a chair and executive director of the New York City Civic Engagement Commission.
Turkey Trouble? Butterball’s Turkey Talk Line Is There To HelpFor lots of people, Thanksgiving means turkey trouble. That’s where Butterball’s Turkey Talk Line comes in. Coren Hayes, Butterball’s Turkey Talk Line expert, spoke with CBSN New York’s Dana Tyler about turkey tips and tricks to help you gobble, gobble safely – and deliciously.
Do You Know Your Rights Regarding Rent Relief And The Eviction Moratorium?CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas speaks Antonio Garcia and Larissa Story of Catholic Charities about what tenants need to know about rent relief, the eviction moratorium, how to get help and more.
CBS News' Steve Hartman, Children Team Up To Teach 'Kindness 101'Steve Hartman teaches an online lesson for kids about finding a purpose, produced from home with the assistance of his daughter Meryl and Emmett. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur caught up with them to get a look behind the scenes.
Expert Analysis Of Harvey Weinstein's SentenceFordham Law professor Cheryl Bader stopped by CBSN New York discuss Harvey Weinstein's sentence. Bader teaches law and is a former assistant U.S. Attorney with the district of New Jersey.
Battle Over Subway Accessibility Heads Back To CourtMost New Yorkers depend on the subway to get to work, school and complete daily tasks, but in some parts of the city disabled residents have limited or no access. Disability Rights Advocates staff attorney Emily Seelenfreund stops by CBSN New York to discuss the ongoing lawsuit.
The List: The Best Neighborhoods For Buyers This SpringThe first day of spring is just two weeks away, and in New York, it's traditionally the kick-off to house-hunting season. StreetEasy Economist Nancy Wu joins CBSN New York's Ali Bauman with their latest list of top neighborhoods for buyers this spring.
How To Talk To Children About CoronavirusThe coronavirus outbreak is making people young and old anxious, but there are ways parents can ease their children's fears. Clinical psychologist Dr. Robin Goodman shares her advice.
Coronavirus Update: New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson Talks On Self-Quarantine GuidelinesThe top official in the community that's home to the first hospitalized patient suffering from the coronavirus told CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline Thomas "this is a fast-moving situation that changes hour-to-hour."
NYPD Facing Criticism Over Sex Crimes DivisionSexual assault survivors and their supporters gathered Monday at City Hall, calling for reform. They applauded courageous victims for coming forward in the Harvey Weinstein trial, but pointed to a frightening incident last month and demanded change. City Council's Chair of the Committee on Women and Gender Equality Helen Rosenthal has more.
Cement Truck Flips Over In Nassau County, Long IslandAn overturned cement in Inwood was causing traffic problems along Sheridan Boulevard in Nassau County. CBS2's Jim Smith reports from Choppper2.
What's Being Done To Stop Coronavirus SpreadWhat's being done to stop the spread of coronavirus after woman tests positive in NYC? Local scientist explains.
Dr. Waleed Javaid Discusses Coronavirus ConcernsDr. Waleed Javaid, the director of infection prevention and control at Mount Sinai Downtown, stopped by CBSN New York to discuss coronavirus concerns.