Linda Harrison Discusses Newark Museum Of ArtShe's been on the job since January 2019 and is the first African-American to lead the Newark Museum of Art.
Harvey Weinstein Trial: Former Sex Crimes Prosecutor Talks On Verdict, #MeToo MovementJane Manning, director of the Women's Equal Justice Project, talks with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on efforts to help survivors of sexual assault navigate the criminal justice system.
Expert Cheryl Bader On Harvey Weinstein Verdict: 'A Real Victory For The Prosecution And The #MeToo Movement'Cheryl Bader teaches criminal law at Fordham University School of Law and has been following the Weinstein case from the beginning. Bader is also a former assistant U.S. attorney.
New Sack Available After Single-Use Plastic Bags Banned On March 1Department of Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia shows CBSN New York Dana Tyler the new reusable bag meant to replace single-use plastic bags in New York City and elsewhere around the state starting on March 1.
Time Out New York's Things To Do This WeekendWill Gleason of Time Out New York stopped by with his picks for things to do this weekend, including visiting charcuterie masters, a kick off for NYC Beer Week and more.
Tai Abrams Talks On 'AdmissionSquad' Aiming To Get More Minority Students Into Elite High SchoolsTai Abrams went from investing in stocks to investing in students, an effort needed nowhere more than in New York City. She talked with CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas.
Legal Expert On Weinstein Jury DeliberationsThe fate of Harvey Weinstein rests with a jury of seven men and five women. They’ll begin deliberating today after weeks of graphic testimony. Former federal prosecutor and Fordham University criminal law professor Cheryl Bader explains what to expect.
Black History Month: Artist Vinnie Bagwell Talks On Planned 'Victory Beyond Sims' Statue For Central ParkJ. Marion Sims' statue was removed in 2018 from the northeast corner of the park near 103rd Street. Sims was a 19th-century doctor who experimented on enslaved women. Sculptor Vinnie Bagwell talks about her work planned to replace the previous statue.
Time Out New York's Things To Do This WeekendWill Gleason from Time Out New York stopped by CBSN New York with his suggestions of things to do this weekend.
With Local Grocery Stores Having Trouble Staying Afloat, What Does It Mean For Shoppers?Running any business in New York is tough, but the grocery business is notoriously challenging. Alan Sytsma from Grub Street, New York Magazine's food and restaurant blog, stopped by CBSN New York to discuss it. 
Black History Month: Spoken Word Artist Hayden Greene Pays Tribute To Historic TrailblazersThroughout February, CBSN New York is celebrating Black History Month, highlighting the achievements of African-American trailblazers and trendsetters. To pay tribute, we asked some spoken word artists to have their say. Artist Hayden Greene stopped by to talk to CBSN New York's Dana Tyler.
Breaking Down Broker Fee BanHow will New York's new broker fee rules affect renters and the real estate industry? Real estate reporter Erin Hudson, of The Real Deal, breaks things down on CBSN New York.
Heart Health Expert: Top Detection And Prevention TipsDr. William Salerno, a cardiovascular disease specialist from Hackensack University Medical Center, shared important advice on how to take care of your heart and specifically what tests you need to save your life. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
New York Weather: 2/3 Monday Morning ForecastCBS2's Elise Finch reports. We're looking at a taste of spring come today, with temps climbing well into the 50s under sunny skies. It's a one day special though, as a front approaches and stalls starting Tuesday. Things turn unsettled for the remainder of the week with rounds of rain likely. Stay tuned for exact timing as we get closer.
New York Readies To Celebrate Centennial Anniversary Of The Harlem RenaissanceHistorian John Reddick joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to talk about the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and 30s when the neighborhood became a Mecca of Black art and culture in America.
The Best Lunar New Year Celebration Events In QueensJohn Choe, executive director of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce in Queens, shares plans for the Lunar New Year celebrations, including the traditional red envelopes containing coupons and business cards to support local merchants. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Expert Analyzes Harvey Weinstein Prosecution, Defense StrategiesFordham law school professor Cheryl Bader is a former prosecutor who specializes in criminal law. She stopped by CBSN New York to discuss Harvey Weinstein trial strategy.
Musician Willie Nile Talks About Light Of Day Foundation's Winterfest To Battle Parkinson's DiseaseNearly one million Americans live with Parkinson's disease. The disorder of the nervous system that can strike at any age. The Light of Day Foundation hosts Winterfest, a series of concerts to raise money and awareness about Parkinson's and related diseases. Willie Nile, who has performed every year in Winterfest and is performing tonight, stopped by CBSN New York to discuss this years' events.
Fun Things To Do In The City This WeekendTime Out New York's Shaye Weaver stopped by with her picks for fun things to do in New York City this weekend.
Tips For Mid-Winter TravelHoliday vacation may be over, but midwinter break is just six weeks away, and it’s never too early to start thinking about travel. If you want a deal, you may need to book now. Hopper’s travel and consumer trends expert Liana Corwin joins CBSN New York to explain.
Savor The Bronx Offering Good Eats At Good DealsBronx Restaurant Week, now in its ninth year, is serving up some of the most delicious and diverse cuisines in the city. The event runs from Jan. 6 through Jan. 17, 2020. Olga Luz Tirado, the executive director of The Bronx Tourism Council, joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to share details about the event.
Manhattan Real Estate Trends For Early 2020It’s a New Year, and for some New Yorkers that means looking for a new home. Spring is when the real estate market traditionally heats up, but it’s never too early to start looking. President and CEO of Douglas Elliman NYC Steven James stops by CBSN New York to share his insight into the Manhattan market.
Apps Can Help Keep You From Breaking New Year's ResolutionsDigital and social consultant Sree Sreenivasan, professor of digital innovation at Stony Brook University, talked to CBSN New York's Dana Tyler about some of the best apps to help keep you on track for your New Year's resolutions.
Free Lung Scans Can Detect Cancer EarlyLung cancer is the No. 1 cancer killer in New York City, especially Brooklyn where 800 residents die from the disease each year. Bruce Ratner, philanthropis, real estate developer and founder of The Michael D. Ratner Center for Early Detection of Cancer, and Dr. Bradley Pua, director of the lung cancer screening program at Weill Cornell Medicine, explain how a lung scan can lead to early detection.

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