News: Local

Metrofocus: April 13, 2022
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MetroFocus | April 13, 2022
Tonight, John Ketcham, the Manhattan Institute fellow who penned a recent New York Daily News opinion piece titled, “Broken windows policing is exactly what New York City needs now” joins us.
Metrofocus: April 12, 2022
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MetroFocus | April 12, 2022
Retired NYPD detective and Professor of Law at New York Law School, Kirk Burkhalter joins former NYPD officer and author of “Prepared Not Scared: Your Go-To Guide For Staying Safe In An Unsafe World”, Bill Stanton and executive editor of the Gotham Gazette, Ben Max to discuss today's subway attack ...
Metrofocus: April 11, 2022
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MetroFocus | April 11, 2022
Tonight on the Frontpage Forecast, Pulitzer-winning columnist now writing for marketwatch.com, Ellis Henican joins New York Post columnist Nicole Gelinas, and City & State senior reporter Zach Williams with the inside scoop on this week's headlines and more.
METROFOCUS: April 7, 2022
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MetroFocus | April 7, 2022
Director Jack Youngelson, Dr. Kathleen Chard of the Cincinnati VA Trauma Recovery Center and veteran Teresa Aldridge, join us to discuss the documentary, "Here Is Better."
Metrofocus: April 6, 2022
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MetroFocus | April 6, 2022
The Museum of the Moving Image is hosting their inaugural “Marvels of Media Awards,” the country’s very first media awards ceremony and exhibition exclusively dedicated to celebrating media-makers and artists on the autism spectrum. We are joined by the executive Director of the museum, Carl Goodman, the exhibition’s curator, Sara ...
HOW THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COVID VACCINE COULD LEAD TO CURING OTHER DISEASES
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MetroFocus | April 5, 2022
Our guest tonight, NYC-based Children’s Tumor Foundation President Annette Bakker, PhD, is spearheading an initiative that turns old medicines from firms like Pfizer and Takeda into lifesaving treatments – and building worldwide collaborative networks between scientists, academics, and patients.
COULD LEFTOVER COVID VACCINES CURE CANCER?
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MetroFocus | April 5, 2022
Our guest tonight, NYC-based Children’s Tumor Foundation President Annette Bakker, PhD, is spearheading an initiative that turns old medicines from firms like Pfizer and Takeda into lifesaving treatments – and building worldwide collaborative networks between scientists, academics, and patients.
Metrofocus: April 5, 2022
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MetroFocus | April 5, 2022
Our guest tonight, NYC-based Children’s Tumor Foundation President Annette Bakker, PhD, is spearheading an initiative that turns old medicines from firms like Pfizer and Takeda into lifesaving treatments – and building worldwide collaborative networks between scientists, academics, and patients. Also, actress and advocate Ricki Lake takes us inside the world ...
METROFOCUS: April 4, 2022
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MetroFocus | April 4, 2022
Our panel of experts- J.C. Polanco of CUNY BMCC, Professor Saladin Ambar of Rutgers University and Jeanmarie Evelly, executive director of the news outlet "City Limits"-join us to discuss this week's major headlines.
Metrofocus: March 31, 2022
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MetroFocus | March 31, 2022
Tonight, Joaquina Kalukango, who plays the central character, Nelly, owner of the saloon and Chilina Kennedy who plays her Irish-Catholic sister in law take us inside the tavern for a look at the politics and the plight of the play, Paradise Square.