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

New Learning Hub Looks to Bring More Educational Opportunities to City's Low-Income Children — An Upper West Side children's museum is bringing its educational programs to kids around the city, and some of the five boroughs' most vulnerable young people are benefiting. NY1's Roger Clark filed hte following report.

Opening Arguments in Retrial of Accused Etan Patz Killer — NEW YORK - Opening arguments are expected today in the retrial of Pedro Hernandez, who is accused of killing 6-year-old Etan Patz back in 1979. Jury selection wrapped up yesterday once six alternates were chosen. The first trial ended with a hung jury in May of last year.

Big Names and Local Talent Fill BRIC Jazz Festival Lineup — Jazz fans won't necessarily be taking the A train to the latest festival to hit Brooklyn. There are just two nights left in the BRIC Jazz Festival, hosted at the BRIC performance space in Fort Greene. It features three rooms, with multiple shows going on simultaneously allowing visitors to experience a variety of jazz performances.

Mums The Word at New NY Botanical Garden Exhibit — Now you can enjoy the beauty of Japan much closer to home. The New York Botanical Garden has just opened its new Japanese garden. The stars of the exhibit are the chrysanthemums - Japan's most celebrated fall-blooming flower. The plants have been meticulously cared for over the past several months.

New Exhibit Tells the History of a Queens Icon, The New York State Pavilion, Built for the 1964 World's Fair — NY1 VIDEO: The New York State Pavilion may have fallen into ruin in the years after the 1964 World's Fair, but its current state makes for an interesting exhibit, now on display in Brooklyn. Our Roger Clark jonis us from the City Reliquary in Williamsburg.

Kanye West, The Weeknd to Highlight Meadows Festival in Queens This Weekend — NY1 VIDEO: Kanye West, The Weeknd, and The 1975 are just some of the acts expected this weekend at the Meadows Festival, but it's not only about the big names. NY1's Roger Clark joins us now with more. Tickets are available at

Program Aims to Bring Healthy Foods and Activities to City's Poorer Neighborhoods — The mayor wants residents in some of the city's poorest neighborhoods to have more access to healthy foods and activities. A new program aimed to do just that, with urban farms in public housing developments. NY1's Roger Clark filed the following report.

New Children's Museum Exhibit is Quite Presidential — Presidential politics come to life at a new exhibit at the Children's Museum of Manhattan. Called "I Approve This Message," it showcases a more personal side to our Commanders in Chief. Visitors ages two to 10 can check out the autographs of former U.S. presidents like Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt.

New Yorkers Weigh in on What they Want to Hear from the Candidates at Monday Night's Debate — New Yorkers are weighing in this morning on what they want to hear from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at Monday night's presidential debate at Hofstra University on Long Island.

Photoville 2016 Brings Containers Full of Unique Photography to DUMBO — Once again. the photography village called Photoville has set up shop in Brooklyn Bridge Park. There is a lot to see, including some vintage police mug shots never seen by the public. Roger Clark filed the following report. A photo shows a woman arrested in 1910.
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Oct 23, 2016

@SkeeterSez @bikeloveny That's really nice of you. I have huge shoes to fill when I sub in.

Oct 23, 2016

RT @bikeloveny: @RogerClark41 You raised the bar in In The Papers! Love Dylan quotes. Own therapist pulled same election crap. Almost walked out!

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