Archive for the ‘Video’ Category

Battle for School Safety

Posted on December 20th, 2009 by Tammy Mutasa

A Little over a decade ago, the NYPD took over training for School Safety Agents.

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Taxi Phone Ban Confessions

Posted on December 18th, 2009 by Daniel Fastenberg

By Dan Fastenberg and Rory Kress
What charges by the minute and talks while it’s working? A New York taxi cab of course. Well, the last part may be changing.

Taxi Phone Ban Confessions from Rory Kress on Vimeo.

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CUNY Law School Looks to Move on Up

Posted on December 18th, 2009 by James de Mellow

There are ten law schools in New York City accredited by the American Bar Association

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‘This Construction A-Noise Me,’ Residents Say

Posted on December 18th, 2009 by James de Mellow

By James de Mellow and Aaron Lee
One thing a construction project like the Second Avenue Subway guarantees is a lot of noise. Aaron Lee and James de Mellow went to 82nd Street to hear it for themselves.

2nd Avenue Subway Noise / Columbia J-School from Aaron Lee on Vimeo.

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Sick Leave: To Pay or Not To Pay?

Posted on December 17th, 2009 by James de Mellow

A citywide business coalition has united against a bill that would mandate employers to give workers nine paid sick days a year. They complain that the bill will hurt the city economy and local businesses. Those in favor of the bill are, however, just as vocal.

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East River Plaza in East Harlem

Posted on December 17th, 2009 by Gisela Perez Mauri

As New York City soldiers on through the aftermath of a national recession, development is continuing in some underserved areas. One giant new project in East Harlem will open for business this week, and presents some concerns for the neighborhood.

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Meet Jean Valjean, X-Hedonist

Posted on December 17th, 2009 by Yasmina Guerda

Adult fim actor and director, Jean Henri Stevens, is nearly 70. He spends his retirement in the Bronx, sipping Cognac, listening to Jazz and reflecting on his past.

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Mile Zero: The Many Layers of a Marathon Runner

Posted on November 2nd, 2009 by rsl21

In lower than 50-degree weather, tens of thousands of runners came to the starting line in Staten Island early this morning. To keep their muscles warm, they dressed in disposable layers. VIDEO: Carmen Perez and Leslie Picker report from the first mile of the marathon.

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Mile 16: A Little Spirit to Keep The Runners Moving

Posted on November 2nd, 2009 by rsl21

The Queensboro Bridge is the first point of entry into Manhattan for New York City Marathon runners. Reporters Rory Kress and Tammy Mutasa report from the longest uphill stretch of the race.

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