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.

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.

New Yorkers Anxious to Reach Family in Puerto Rico After Massive Blackout — A State of Emergency was declared in Puerto Rico Thursday, a day after a blackout left all 3.5 million people there without power. Many New Yorkers have been anxiously trying to reach friends and relatives on the island to see if they are OK. NY1's Roger Clark filed the following report.

Mourners Gathering in Lower Manhattan, Around Country to Mark 15 Years Since 9/11 Attacks — Ceremonies are taking place in the city and around the country today to commemorate those who perished at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, 15 years ago in the September 11th terror attacks.

'Hardcore' New Yorkers Set to Rock 9/11 Benefit Concert in Brooklyn — Members of the city's hardcore punk music scene are getting together to help out those who became sick after 9/11 - both first responders and survivors of the terrorist attacks - with a benefit concert this Sunday in Brooklyn. NY1's Roger Clark filed the following report.

Roger Clark Takes the Bridge of the Enterprise at 'Star Trek: Mission New York' — You know those stories where it looks like the reporter is having so much fun you're not sure if you can actually call it "work?" Well, our own Roger Clark is on one of those days you can tell just from his outfit that he's totally into it, at the Javits Center for the opening of Star Trek: Mission New York.

Display of Antique Oddities in Greenwich Village a Catalogue of History — Nobody would want to see a Museum of Boring Things, so why not check out a Museum of Interesting Things? The Museum of Interesting Things is a traveling exhibit in Greenwich Village featuring a variety of antique oddities including toys, cameras, medical equipment, electronics, and more.
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Sep 30, 2016

RT @JoeDiStefano: @RogerClark41 @themeadowsnyc I hope I didn't make you too hungry! Too bad @Arepalady wasn't there to feed us!

Sep 29, 2016

Dentists should have a live DJ spinning in the office so I don't have to hear easy listening while they have a drill in my mouth.

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