SECRETS OF NEW YORK premieres on NYC life TV channel 25 on Tuesday, June 21 at 8:30 pm. Episodes will also be available to view on nyc.gov/vod and on the NYC Media app (available for download on iTunes).
That "N" Word covered on 60 MINUTES
A Southern publisher's sanitized edition of "Huckleberry Finn" that replaces the N-word with "slave" over 200 times is the focal point for a debate on the use of the controversial word in American society. Byron Pitts reports. Watch it now.
Eyewitness News Reporter Hangs On In Windy Live Shot
WABC-TV 7 Reporter Darla Miles was doing a live shot yesterday in sizzling New York City — where Thursday’s high temperature was 95 degrees — but as a storm-front came through, temperatures dropped, and so did Miles when a strong gust of wind blew in.
What a trooper. The ABC O&O reports that neither Miles nor the crew were injured. But it was enough for Miles to become the news, when the station re-aired the moment on the 11 O’Clock show.
CITG announces auditions for Peggy the Pint Sized Pirate by D. M. Bocaz-Larson.
Peggy is a little pirate who wants to sail the seas but is always picked last for a crew. But when the other pirates are captured by a sea monster, it's up to Peggy to save the day.
PEGGY - a small pirate who sets out to rescue the pirates from a sea monster
SCUMMY - young pirate who says mean things to PEGGY
BOB - the Brave can be either gender (Bob can be short for Roberta). One of the mean pirates picks on PEGGY.
SUE - the Smelly can be changed to Sam. Another mean pirate.
The Dallas MAVS showed that Superstars don't win the game alone, teamwork does. Get out of the Kitchen, if you cant stand that Miami HEAT.
# Mavs win first NBA title, oust Heat | Highlights
Andy Garcia on GDLA
Veteran actor Andy Garcia drops by "Good Day LA" to
talk about his new indie movie "City Island".
City Island starring Alan Arkin, Andy Garcia, Emily
Mortimer, Steven Strait, Julianna Margulies.
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Directed by Raymond De Felitta. Starring Andy Garcia, Julianna Margulies, Steven Strait. The Rizzos, a family who doesn't share their habits, aspirations, and careers with one another, find... See full summary »
Puerto Rican Pride On Full Display This Weekend-
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NYC's Tony Awards featured song and dance, made fun of the troubled “Spider-Man” musical and a fake showdown with Hugh Jackman. The star-studded show was carried live from the Beacon Theater @ 8P on CBS
Anne Hutchinson would have been surprised if she walked into Pell Mansion today. Hutchinson was a very intelligent and strong-willed person, and she was not afraid of speaking her mind and defending her principles in face of stiff opposition. But she may have felt special and become speechless to view the special celebration, which included music, games, crafts, storytelling, madrigals and dances.
But the message is and will always continue to be FREEDOM.
Hutchinson was born in July 1591 to Bridget Dryden and Francis Marbury, Anne Hutchinson grew up in England. Her dad was a deacon at Christ Church, Cambridge and later became the rector of St. Martin's Vintry, St. Pancras, and St. Margaret's.
Francis Marbury was to perhaps have the strongest influence on Anne Hutchinson. He was a principled and outspoken man. He did not hesitate from speaking his mind on things that mattered deeply to him and as it happened there were plenty of things about the Church, its theology and clergy that bothered him and compelled him to speak out against.
Religious tolerance was at an even lower ebb in those days than in the present age. People were routinely killed and tortured for questioning Church diktats. So it required a great deal of courage to speak out the way Francis Marbury did. Not once or twice, but continuously and despite the many times he was arrested and jailed for being seditious. He was a very brave man and his daughter gained his spirit in full.
Education for women was not a burning issue in those times, but Anne Hutchinson was home-schooled and had the free run of her father's extensive library. The more she read, the more she began to examine and question established beliefs.
Retired NYPD Detective John Keeney, who was a member of the "Stickball Hall of Fame", has died at his Throggs Nech home in the The Bronx. He was 87 years old.
Det. Keeney was President John F. Kennedy's bodyguard on visits to New York. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor and sons Brian, a city Department of Finance judge, and Wayne, an ex-NYPD detective, his five grandchildren and his nine great-grandchildren.
A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday at St. Benedict's Church, 2969 Otis Ave. Bronx.