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.

Free Fishing Clinic in Brooklyn Expanding This Summer — A free fishing clinic that has been reeling in families to Prospect Park for years has expanded this summer. As NY1's Roger Clark found out, you don't have to catch a fish in order to enjoy the experience. Not a bad way to start the day, waiting for the fish to bite in the lake at Prospect Park.

Adult Sizes Now on the Menu at Little Italy's Piccolini — A children's clothing line featuring some New York staples is now hoping to take a "bite" out of the adult market as well. The Piccolini shop in Little Italy sells shirts featuring classic takeout and street food like Lo Mein and a heart-shaped pizza, putting a spin on the traditional "I Love New York" logo.

New Yorkers Watch in Awe as Spacecraft Passes Pluto — Another historic achievement in man's exploration of the space. A NASA spacecraft had a dramatic rendezvous with Pluto, the last unexplored world in the solar system - an encounter marked here in New York. NY1's Roger Clark has the story.

Fans Soak Up Every Moment Saluting US Women's National Team at Ticker-Tape Parade — NY1 VIDEO: Along the U.S. Women's National Team parade route, the fans soaked up every moment saluting their heroes. Many were young soccer players inspired by the U.S. women's victory. Roger Clark spoke with them and filed this report.

Success of US Women's World Cup Team Inspires Local Youth Soccer Program — Some young New Yorkers and their coaches have a special interest in Friday's ticker-tape parade for the U.S. women's soccer team.

World's Oldest Living Person Celebrates 116th Birthday in Brooklyn — It wasn't long after Susannah Mushatt Jones entered the Vandalia Active Adults Center that she received a roar from the dozens on hand to celebrate her 116th birthday. "It's been just amazing just to witness it and see how significant it is," said Myra Simpson, Jones' grandniece.

Astoria Building Owners on Board With Graffiti and Street Art — A Queens neighborhood has been transformed by a massive display of graffiti and street art. But in this case, the building owners are on board. NY1's Roger Clark filed this report. Artist Cey Adams has covered a lot of walls with his spray-painted works, and one pays tribute to his favorite baseball team: the Mets.

Outdoor 'Sweeney Todd' Performance Brings Worst Pies to Brooklyn — Summer in the city means plenty of outdoor performances around the five boroughs. One of those shows is "Sweeney Todd," which will be staged by the Piper Theater at the Old Stone House in Brooklyn. The play centers on the "Demon barber of Fleet Street" who turns his customers into pies.

Bronx Playground Gets a 'Green' Makeover — A Bronx playground is back in business after a million dollar makeover that gives new meaning to the term "green space." NY1's Roger Clark filed this report. A good old fashioned kickball game on brand new turf at Community School 300 in The Bronx.

New Exhibit in World's Fair Building Moves to Connect — NY1 VIDEO: A new exhibit at the New York Hall of Science gives kids a hands-on way to learn about how the planet works - all inside a newly restored building built for the 1964 World's Fair. For more information, visit
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Jul 29, 2015

RT @WheresKernan: And the Subway Series just got a little more interesting with Brian McCann and Carlos Gomez being in NY, NY

Jul 25, 2015

Obviously the #Mets are headed to the World Series after tonight.

Jul 25, 2015

The #Mets with two TDs and a 2 point conversion on one.

Jul 25, 2015

RT @MurphGuide: They fire Mayberry and everybody else is afraid for their job #Mets

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