Reporter/Anchor NY1 News. Opinions mine and not my employer. Mets, Jets, Rangers, Knicks and Syracuse fan. Born in the Bronx, raised on S.I. and in Queens.

Rock Camp That Mentors Girls Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary — The Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls is celebrating 10 years of mentoring girls who want to be in a rock band. NY1's Roger Clark filed the following report. Backed up by me on drums, and Karla Schickele on bass, 13-year-old Willow Bennison showed off her stuff on guitar.
Nov 19, 2015

RT @NY1: .@WillieMaeRock, a mentoring program for girls, is celebrating its 10th anniversary:…

Nov 20, 2015

RT @miajuhng: Rocking & Reporting! @RogerClark41 tells the story of @williemaerock Camp for Girls!……

Annual Holiday Train Show Arrives at Grand Central — An annual tradition - holiday train show - has made its stop at Grand Central Terminal. NY1's Roger Clark filed the following report. There are trains at Grand Central Terminal that you are in no danger of missing because they aren't really going anywhere. But they are so realistic you might think they are.

Get a Whiff of New 'Flavor' Exhibit at Brooklyn's MOFAD — The city's newest museum is all about food and its first exhibit takes a look at the industry that shapes the taste of everything edible. NY1's Roger Clark filed the following report. Taking a whiff from a machine and letting you experience a variety of aromas from the food world is part of an exhibit appropriately titled Flavor, making it and faking it.
Nov 13, 2015

RT @NY1: .@RogerClark41 got a whiff of the new @mofad exhibit in #Williamsburg this morning-->……

Cinema in Art Gets its Closeup at New Queens Exhibit — A new exhibit in Queens is putting the spotlight on classic cinema in art. "Walkers: Hollywood Afterlives in Art and Artifact" at the Museum of the Moving Image includes more than 100 pieces by more than 40 artists. It features artistic reimaginings of iconic images from films like "Psycho" and "Dr. Strangelove".
Nov 10, 2015

RT @NY1: A new exhibit at the @MovingImageNYC is putting the spotlight on classic cinema in #art-->……

Mets Fans and Followers Hopeful a World Series Win Lies Ahead — The Mets are down two games to none in the world series, but they are not out - and neither are their fans. NY1's Roger Clark filed the following report. Mets fan and blogger Keith Blacknick has a message for fellow Amazins followers with their team down 2-0 in the World Series.

This Mets Usher Has Seen it All with the Amazin's — One Mets employee has been around for all their World Series wins. Now he's hoping for another one against the Royals. Luke Gasparre has worked as an usher for the Mets since their old home Shea Stadium opened in 1964. The 91-year-old now greets guests in section 310 at Citi Field, 52 years later.

Mets '69 World Series Player Recalls Historic Win — The Mets' first World Series was in 1969 when they beat the Orioles as the Miracle Mets with first baseman Ed Kranepool there for it all. NY1's Roger Clark filed the following report. Ed Kranepool played for the Mets for 18 seasons, but there was no season like 1969 when the miracle Mets won their first World Series.

Family of Slain NYPD Officer Devastated by Loss — Grieving relatives and friends who knew NYPD Officer Randolph Holder gathered Wednesday outside the family's Far Rockaway home. NY1's Roger Clark filed the following report. The father of fallen NYPD Officer Randolph Holder was straight and to the point about what he thinks should happen to the man accused of killing his son.

Sylvester Stallone Memorabilia On Display on Upper East Side — Memorabilia from Sylvester Stallone's movies are on display and on the auction block. Sandy Bishop is such a huge Sly Stallone fan, she flew from North Carolina to be here. "I just think he's really an inspiring individual to motivate you to do better for yourself and to always work harder and never give up on any of your dreams," Bishop said.
Oct 20, 2015

RT @NY1: Memorabilia from Sylvester Stallone's movies are on display and on the auction block:…

Rarely Seen Spaces Open to Public This Weekend — If you're looking to do something around town this weekend, dozens of city landmarks are opening their doors to give the public a glimpse inside. Cipriani at the Cunard Building in Lower Manhattan is one site opening up this weekend. It was originally a ticketing office for a shipline and later a post office.
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Nov 26, 2015

RT @BrianTWCSports: #Syracuse and #UConn tied 34-34 at halftime. Fantastic game, fantastic crowd at #Battle4Atlantis

Nov 25, 2015

As god as my witness I thought turkeys could fly - Arthur Carlson

Nov 25, 2015

@BrandonJosephBK Glad you enjoyed. I hope things start moving in the right direction too. Happy Thanksgiving!

Nov 25, 2015

@ESPNMichele I'm a Jets fan but I can totally agree with Gronk on that one.

Nov 25, 2015

RT @NYBloodCenter: Thanks to Roger Clark of NY1 for visiting us to save lives in a time of holiday need. Roger donated a double red...

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