Archive for "Season 3"
In this episode of 219 West, we take a look at the children of New York City, an artist view of New York, explore the future of media with Dan Rather and play with the news.
Spring is a time for renewal. This episode of 219 West is all about Spring cleaning for yourself, and the different options the city has to help you along.
This month, 219 West focuses on celebrating Women’s History Month by taking a look at the past — and honors women who paving their own way in the workplace.
In his latest budget proposal, Mayor Bloomberg agreed to scale back proposed cuts and funding for early childhood care. Still, the remaining deductions will affect the youngest and most vulnerable New Yorkers. Margaret Teich reports.
Legendary Network News Anchor Dan Rather shares his views on the changing face of journalism. Interview by Jessica Courtemanche.
One artist has a bird’s eye view of the rebuilding of the World Trade Center. 219 West shares his story. Produced and reported by Sherrina Navani and Michael McCutcheon.
The lack of arts and culture funding for children in New York City inspired one Broadway Star to lend a hand. Produced and reported by Alcione Gonzalez.
219 West Reporter Margaret Teich tells us more about “The Last Chapter.” Interview by Annais Morales.
If you can’t bring the city to the farm, why can’t you bring the farm to the city on the back of a moving truck? Megan Izen reports on the Truck Farm project: a mobile community farm.
219 West Reporter Alcione Gonzalez shows you how to turn your home into a workout zone.