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THE AFTERMATH OF WAR
We look at the lasting effects of war close to home on Long Island.
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THE BIRD IS THE WORD!
For all bird watchers - professional and novice alike - we’re taking you into Central Park
Meet a veteran who turned to farming as a place of purpose and a place to heal after war.
Manhattanhenge, the day that the sun aligns itself with Manhattan’s skyscrapers.
BEYOND THE BRIGHT LIGHTS
Tony Award-nominee Lucas Steele tells us the toll eight performances can have on a body.
FOUR FREEDOMS PARK
We take a look at Four Freedoms Park.
IN THEIR HONOR
As Memorial Day approaches, we shine a light on veterans affected by PTSD.
NEIL EXPLAINS IT ALL
Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the mysteries and magic of the cosmos.
"THE GATE KEEPERS"
We're taking a look at “The Gatekeepers” who ultimately define each and every presidency.
A GIFT TO NEW YORK
We take a look at the Heckscher State Park and Museum of Art.
FROM POVERTY TO THE MET
We chase one man's dream from poverty to the Metropolitan Opera.
SISTERS OF COMEDY
Find out how the "Sisters of Comedy" are showcasing diversity onstage and off.
We preview the PBS FRONTLINE documentary, "Bannon's War."
PRESIDENT UNDER SIEGE
Former Clinton advisor Sidney Blumenthal discusses his new book.
THE FIGHT AGAINST TERROR
In the wake of the terror attack in England, we break down just how vulnerable NYC is.
MR. ROGERS STILL MATTERS!
We'll tell you why Mr. Rogers still matters today.
Sidney Blumenthal was one of Bill and Hillary Clinton's most trusted advisors.
TONY BENNETT’S ARTS CRUSADE
We meet the people who have benefited from Tony Bennett's passion for arts education.
“THEY CALL US MONSTERS”
We preview the new Independent Lens documentary, "They Call Us Monsters."
A LEGACY OF ART
Music legend Tony Bennett and his wife Susan wants kids to have a career in the arts.
Anthony Weiner Pleads Guilty
Former Congressman Anthony Weiner pleads guilty in a sexting case involving a teen girl.
BREAKING: TIMES SQUARE TRAGEDY
A car plowed into a crowd of pedestrians, killing one and injuring dozens.
ENDING THE STIGMA
Celebrities step forward to offer help to young people who have lost hope.
THE BOROUGH PRESIDENT SPEAKS: MANHATTAN
Manhattan Borough President speaks about the challenges facing Manhattan.
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