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.
City's Official Nightlife Mayor Talks NYE And New York After DarkAriel Palitz, the senior executive director of NYC's Office of Nightlife, joined CBSN New York to talk about why people come from all over the world to spend New Year's Eve in New York, and afterward, how local communities at odds with clubs and other nighttime establishments can get along.
Times Square Alliance Readies For Ramp Up To New Year's EveTim Tompkins, president of the Times Square Alliance, joined CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge to take about the New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square and Friday morning's unveiling of the 2020 Waterford crystal ball, the centerpiece of the show at midnight.
Honoring Kwanzaa's 7 Principles Rooted In African TraditionsArtist, choreographer and designer Ekiuwa Asemota talked with CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge about the Kwanzaa holiday and her work educating children and adults through storytelling, dance and song.
How To Stay Happy Around Difficult Gatherings This Holiday SeasonIt's the most wonderful time of the year, but for some people, holiday excitement mixed with family drama can lead to anxiety and dread. CBSN New York's Valerie Castro is joined by psychologist Dr. Michael Klein of Gracie Square Hospital with tips for a happier holiday.
More Than A Dozen Events, Parades Mark Winter Solstice For 'Make Music Winter' FestivalTo celebrate the season, the "Make Music Winter" festival is happening all over the city Saturday. Executive director James Burke joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to talk about the event.
Time Out New York's Concerts, Craft Fairs, Christmas Markets For This WeekendTime Out New York's Will Gleason joins CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez with details about the Winter Solstice Concert at Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, Renegade Craft Fair in Brooklyn and the Strasbourg-Alsace Christmas Market in Bowling Green Park.
Breaking Down The Hottest Neighborhoods Of The Last Decade, And Which To Watch In 2020If you've lived in New York City for the past decade, chances are good your neighborhood has changed, a lot. Nancy Wu, an economist from StreetEasy, stopped by CBSN New York to discuss the changes.
Latest News From CBS New YorkMaurice DuBois has the latest news and weather headlines from CBS2.
Jersey City Shooting: Anti-Defamation League Talks On Fear Gripping Jewish CommunityAssociate Regional Director Rachel Grinspan of the Anti-Defamation League joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to talk about the constant state of fear gripping the Jewish community in the wake of the deadly attacks targeting people in Jersey City. To report anti-Semitic incidents, see https://www.adl.org/reportincident
Making The Most Of Cyber Monday's Online DealsShopping expert Trae Bodge joined CBSN New York's Valerie Castro with her tips to shop smart and find the best deals on Cyber Monday.
What To Do With Thanksgiving LeftoversIf you hosted Thanksgiving, your refrigerator is likely overflowing with food. If you were a guest, chances are you went home with a doggie bag of treats. Either way, the experts at Bon Appetit Magazine’s test kitchen think you can do better than just reheating and eating them.
Playwright Behind Off-Broadway Hit 'Seared' Shares Insights Into Her CharactersA popular Brooklyn restaurant with a brilliant yet volatile chef who sometimes has trouble simmering down: That's the setting for a sizzling-hot, off-Broadway play called "Seared," written by critically-acclaimed playwright Theresa Rebeck.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Sneak PeekMacy's Creative Director Rick Pomer tells CBSN New York what to expect from this year's big event.
AAA's Thanksgiving Holiday Travel AdviceThanksgiving is considered one of the busiest travel periods of the holiday season, and this year will be no exception. AAA's Robert Sinclair has everything you need to know.
Never Fuhgeddaboudit: Actors Meet Fans As Sopranos Con Debuts In New Jersey"Sopranos Con," a fan festival that celebrates everything about the show, will happen this weekend, Nov. 23-24, at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey. To talk about the event, two very familiar faces to "Sopranos" fans joined CBSN New York: Dominic Chianese, who played Uncle Junior, and Federico Castelluccio, who played Furio.
Best Friendsgiving Tips You Need To KnowHosting Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving in a New York City apartment can be challenging, but the experts at Bon Appetit say the big meal shouldn’t be a big headache. So they’ve done the hard work for you, testing recipes and coming up with a game plan to make your life easier.
Creators Of NYPD's 'Break In The Case' Speak About PodcastThe creators of the NYPD's "Break in the Case" podcast stopped by CBSN New York to talk with Dana Tyler about the show.
Breaking Down Bloomberg's Bombshell ApologyCBS New York's Urban Affairs Expert Mark Peters joined CBSN New York's Valerie Castro to break down the latest apology from former Mayor Michael Bloomberg regarding his reversal on the NYPD's "stop and frisk" policy.
How To 'Strategize' Your Holiday ShoppingWhether you’re still making your list or have already started your holiday shopping, Anthony Rotunno, senior editor for New York Magazine’s “The Strategist”, has expert advice on how to strategize and find the best online deals.
Leading Advocate Frustrated By Mayor's Plan For HomelessnessCoalition For The Homeless Policy Director Giselle Routhier spoke to CBSN New York's Cindy Hsu about what's lacking in Mayor Bill de Blasio's proposed plan to address the homeless crisis in New York City.
Making Largest U.S. Cemetery More AccessibleFor years, it has been hard for New Yorkers to visit their loved ones buried on Hart Island because it was controlled by the city’s department of corrections. Now, the City Council has voted to transfer it to the parks department, making it more like a cemetery than a prison.
Sneak Peek Of 'Salon Du Chocolat' ShowcaseChocolatiers from around the world are set to showcase their sweets at the Salon du Chocolat this weekend at the Javits Center.
World Kindness Day: Bottomless Closet Helps Women Reenter WorkforceWith the winter approaching, one New York City nonprofit is making sure local women stay warm and look their best.