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Crosstown with Pat Kiernan

By Spectrum News NY1

New York City’s favorite morning anchor pulls back the curtain on the biggest stories around the five boroughs – the impactful, fascinating, and extraordinary headlines reported each week by Spectrum News NY1. Through intimate conversations with the newsroom’s expert journalists, Pat Kiernan illuminates what matters to resident New Yorkers and New Yorkers at heart.

  1. 1.
    Bringing One New York to an End10/12/2020
    22:46
  2. 2.
    The Zip Codes with Spiking COVID-19 Cases10/06/2020
    18:23
  3. 3.
    The Third First Day of School10/02/2020
    18:22
  4. 4.
    Indoor Dining Is Back, But Will It be Enough to Keep Restaurants Afloat?10/01/2020
    20:06
  5. 5.
    Was Reopening Schools This Week a Good Idea?09/30/2020
    18:10
  6. 6.
    Dispelling Rumors and Myths About the Flu Shot09/29/2020
    19:34
  7. 7.
    Is de Blasio the Man For This Moment?09/28/2020
    18:30
  8. 8.
    Why Branding New York's Comeback Actually Matters09/25/2020
    20:31
  1. 9.
    What Role Should Business Leaders Play in Building Back NYC?09/23/2020
    17:08
  2. 10.
    Unpacking the Failures and Successes of NYC's First Day of School09/22/2020
    15:44
  3. 11.
    New York Isn’t Dead, Here's Why09/21/2020
    11:48
  4. 12.
    Preview: On the Beat in Brownsville — Inside the 73rd Precinct09/14/2020
    2:48
  5. 13.
    Limited Indoor Dining Is Returning, But Will It Save Struggling Businesses?09/11/2020
    18:46
  6. 14.
    A Look at School Ventilation Systems09/10/2020
    15:42
  7. 15.
    The Case for Indoor Dining09/09/2020
    20:39
  8. 16.
    The Last-Minute Push to Reopen Schools09/08/2020
    17:31
  9. 17.
    From Subways to Broadway, Will Things Ever be the Same?09/04/2020
    20:17
  10. 18.
    Looking Back on Reporting From NYC's Epicenter of the Coronavirus09/03/2020
    21:06
  11. 19.
    Understanding NYC's Ever-Changing Real Estate Market in a Pandemic09/02/2020
    19:10
  12. 20.
    Talking Pandemic Politics09/01/2020
    16:28
  13. 21.
    There’s Less Than Two Weeks Until School. Are Classrooms Ready?08/31/2020
    20:04
  14. 22.
    Why ‘Homeless Hotels’ Are Causing a Fight on the Upper West Side08/28/2020
    27:57
  15. 23.
    A Summer (Pandemic) Reading List08/27/2020
    18:22
  16. 24.
    Is New York City Dead?08/26/2020
    17:47
  17. 25.
    The Fight for Indoor Dining08/25/2020
    20:03
  18. 26.
    Stealing Small Moments of Joy From the Wreckage of Coronavirus08/24/2020
    18:36
  19. 27.
    Hearing From NYC Parents: Is It Safe to Send Kids Back to School?08/21/2020
    18:19
  20. 28.
    Pandemic Fatigue Is Real. Here's How to Combat It.08/20/2020
    18:05
  21. 29.
    What Will Replace the Handshake?08/19/2020
    18:54
  22. 30.
    How the Pandemic Exposed Differences in Leadership Styles Between Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio08/18/2020
    20:12
  23. 31.
    NYC’s Schools Chancellor Carranza Answers Your Questions About the Year Ahead08/17/2020
    15:26
  24. 32.
    How the City Plans to Combat the Coronavirus in September08/10/2020
    20:26
  25. 33.
    An Inside Look at Outdoor Dining — and Its Drawbacks08/07/2020
    16:51
  26. 34.
    After Political Shakeup, Critics Claim de Blasio Clashes Often with Women of Color08/06/2020
    18:25
  27. 35.
    On Grieving and Loss From COVID-1908/05/2020
    18:22
  28. 36.
    A Guide to Dealing with the Rent Crisis08/04/2020
    16:46
  29. 37.
    Religion Gets Technologically Savvy08/03/2020
    18:33
  30. 38.
    Tips to Get a Green Thumb During the Pandemic07/31/2020
    18:26
  31. 39.
    How Parents Can Still Have a Fun Summer07/30/2020
    21:08
  32. 40.
    Strange Dreams? It Might be the Pandemic07/29/2020
    20:30
  33. 41.
    The Long Road of Recovery for COVID Patients07/28/2020
    18:36
  34. 42.
    School Is Still Up in the Air for September. How Can Working Parents Prepare?07/27/2020
    20:22
  35. 43.
    Dog Days of a Pandemic Summer07/24/2020
    17:46
  36. 44.
    Redesigning the Workplace, with a Pandemic in Mind07/23/2020
    18:25
  37. 45.
    The Many Costs of Reopening Schools (and Not)07/22/2020
    20:23
  38. 46.
    Lights, Camera, Masks: How the Media Industry Plans to Kick Back into Gear07/21/2020
    12:27
  39. 47.
    When Can I Go Back to the Gym?07/20/2020
    16:27
  40. 48.
    To Open Schools or Not to Open Schools? The Chancellor Answers Your Questions.07/17/2020
    20:15
  41. 49.
    A Look at How Schools May Change Come Fall, if Students Return at All07/16/2020
    20:06
  42. 50.
    Your Lingering Coronavirus Questions, Answered by an Expert07/15/2020
    19:19
  43. 51.
    Reporting on and Recovering From Coronavirus07/14/2020
    19:29
  44. 52.
    Schools Are Closed. Broadway Is Dark. Here's Why Their Stories Matter More Than Ever07/13/2020
    20:10
  45. 53.
    What It Means to Report on Police and Protests07/10/2020
    20:49
  46. 54.
    A Behind-the-Scenes Look at How NY1 Journalists Reported During the Pandemic07/09/2020
    22:56
  47. 55.
    How We Cover Politics During a Pandemic07/07/2020
    19:49
  48. 56.
    How to Make the Most of Your Vacation This Summer07/06/2020
    16:18
  49. 57.
    How to Make Your Fourth of July Meal as Exciting as the Fireworks07/02/2020
    18:36
  50. 58.
    A Guide to Enjoying Summer While Still Having Fun07/01/2020
    15:49
  51. 59.
    How We've Covered the Black Lives Matter Protests06/30/2020
    19:58
  52. 60.
    How Do You Celebrate Pride During a Pandemic?06/29/2020
    19:10
  53. 61.
    What Does the Future New York City Look Like?06/26/2020
    22:37
  54. 62.
    The Coronavirus Isn't Gone. An Expert Answers Your Questions06/25/2020
    18:24
  55. 63.
    A Look at New York's Restaurant Scene Under Phase Two of Reopening06/24/2020
    18:49
  56. 64.
    Phase Two Is Upon NYC. Here's What You Need to Know.06/23/2020
    16:41
  57. 65.
    Why This Year's Juneteenth Felt So Different06/22/2020
    14:55
  58. 66.
    A Socially-Distanced NY1 Reunion06/19/2020
    17:59
  59. 67.
    Professional Sports Are Coming Back. Here's How They'll Change.06/18/2020
    19:25
  60. 68.
    What the Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter Have in Common06/17/2020
    20:41
  61. 69.
    Where to Begin with Criminal Justice Reform06/16/2020
    21:23
  62. 70.
    How the Future of New York City Tourism Has Changed Forever06/15/2020
    16:34
  63. 71.
    New York Shops Are Back in Business...Sort Of06/12/2020
    18:45
  64. 72.
    What It Means to Dine Alfresco in New York, Social Distance Style06/11/2020
    16:36
  65. 73.
    What Could Police Reform and Defunding the NYPD Look Like?06/10/2020
    20:21
  66. 74.
    How Do Businesses Adapt as New York City Enters Phase One of Reopening?06/09/2020
    11:07
  67. 75.
    How Teens Can Get Summertime Jobs Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic06/08/2020
    16:30
  68. 76.
    Amid George Floyd Protests, How Do You Talk to Your Kids About Race?06/05/2020
    24:37
  69. 77.
    Peeling Back the Politics Behind These Protests06/04/2020
    21:11
  70. 78.
    Why These Protests Are Different06/03/2020
    15:43
  71. 79.
    From a Peaceful Protest to Pepper Spray: State Senator Myrie Talks About Police Brutality06/02/2020
    19:46
  72. 80.
    Exploring Your Inner Creative Side While You're Stuck at Home06/01/2020
    15:54
  73. 81.
    But Will New York Summer Camps Be Safe from Coronavirus?05/29/2020
    16:40
  74. 82.
    When New York City Actually Reopens, What Will It Look Like?05/28/2020
    17:18
  75. 83.
    What’s a Sports Game Without Fans?05/27/2020
    17:21
  76. 84.
    How to Make the Most of What’s in Your Pantry05/26/2020
    15:40
  77. 85.
    Glamour’s Top Editor on How Coronavirus Shifted the Fashion Industry05/22/2020
    18:04
  78. 86.
    Mara Gay of the New York Times Gets Personal About Recovering From Coronavirus05/21/2020
    20:47
  79. 87.
    What the Pandemic Reveals About Mental Health05/20/2020
    19:42
  80. 88.
    A Doctor’s View on the Latest Social Distancing Measures05/19/2020
    19:58
  81. 89.
    What to Know About Your Legal Rights in a Post-COVID Workplace05/18/2020
    17:01
  82. 90.
    How the Coronavirus Pandemic Has Affected Newsrooms05/15/2020
    19:13
  83. 91.
    What Will Restaurants Look Like When You Can Finally Dine In?05/14/2020
    19:57
  84. 92.
    Will This be the Death of Retail Stores as We Know Them?05/13/2020
    16:47
  85. 93.
    What Policing Data Can Reveal About Racial Disparities in NYC05/12/2020
    18:46
  86. 94.
    Advice on Parenting and Finding Alone Time During a Crisis05/11/2020
    17:00
  87. 95.
    Making Your Next Career Move in a Pandemic05/08/2020
    15:53
  88. 96.
    Reimagining​ New York City's Public Transportation, Post Pandemic05/07/2020
    27:01
  89. 97.
    Stir-crazy? Your Pets Might Be Too.05/06/2020
    21:44
  90. 98.
    1 in 5 New Yorkers May Have Had Coronavirus. What Does That Mean for You?05/05/2020
    18:42
  91. 99.
    A Very NY1 Wedding05/04/2020
    15:28
  92. 100.
    Voices from Rikers: Behind Bars as Coronavirus Spreads05/02/2020
    24:48
  93. 101.
    We're Learning Our Homes Aren't Quite Classrooms During the Coronavirus Pandemic05/01/2020
    19:13
  94. 102.
    Your Hair Might Be Unkempt. We're Here to Help04/30/2020
    14:22
  95. 103.
    Which Politicians Are Rising (and Falling) During the Pandemic?04/29/2020
    21:16
  96. 104.
    What Comes After NYC Flattens the Curve? Advice From a Doctor on the Frontlines04/28/2020
    19:35
  97. 105.
    How to Help Your Child Manage Stress and Anxiety During a Pandemic04/27/2020
    21:53
  98. 106.
    Life Hacks: Making the Most of Your Living Space That's Now an Office04/24/2020
    18:51
  99. 107.
    A NYC Couple’s Remarkable Coronavirus Survival Story04/23/2020
    26:02
  100. 108.
    You Canceled a Trip Due to Coronavirus. Here's How to Get Your Money Back04/22/2020
    14:58
  101. 109.
    How to Get Through the Coronavirus Unemployment Crisis04/21/2020
    14:51
  102. 110.
    Lessons on Coping with Grief During a Pandemic04/20/2020
    26:23
  103. 111.
    What Happens in a Less Severe Case of Coronavirus? A Pulmonologist Explains the Symptoms.04/17/2020
    12:36
  104. 112.
    How the Coronavirus Pandemic Changed Volunteering for the Better, Perhaps Forever04/16/2020
    15:56
  105. 113.
    Tips From a Financial Expert During a Pandemic04/15/2020
    20:06
  106. 114.
    Don't Wait for Us to Diagnose to Treat Yourself: Advice and Stories From an NYC Hospital Tent04/14/2020
    17:30
  107. 115.
    When a Pandemic Strikes, Faith and Religion Go Digital04/13/2020
    21:39
  108. 116.
    Are Gloves and Masks as Safe as We Think? Advice from Inside a COVID-19 Emergency Room.04/10/2020
    22:10
  109. 117.
    How You Can Help Small Businesses Survive the Coronavirus Pandemic04/09/2020
    18:49
  110. 118.
    A Guide to Dealing With Anxiety During the Coronavirus Pandemic04/08/2020
    18:15
  111. 119.
    City Council Speaker Corey Johnson on New York's New Normal During the Coronavirus Pandemic04/07/2020
    30:00
  112. 120.
    A Doctor Addresses New Yorkers’ Coronavirus Questions, Myths, and Rumors04/06/2020
    26:45
  113. 121.
    Reporting the News in the Age of Coronavirus03/24/2020
    18:16
  114. 122.
    NYC vs Coronavirus: Talking About, Planning Around, and Dealing with COVID-1903/12/2020
    30:54
  115. 123.
    On Vaping: Reporting Before and After a Trend Becomes Mainstream03/05/2020
    17:01
  116. 124.
    Michael Bloomberg's Roadmap For a Last-Minute Presidential Run02/27/2020
    27:30
  117. 125.
    Cheryl Wills' Personal Fight to Right the Wrongs of Slavery02/20/2020
    27:35
  118. 126.
    Influencers New and Old Are Telling the Eclectic Stories of New York Fashion Week02/13/2020
    22:37
  119. 127.
    The Collapse of Fairway: Why the Business of Groceries Is So Tough02/06/2020
    23:14
  120. 128.
    Why a Run-DMC Legend Had to Fight the Government for His Birth Certificate01/30/2020
    19:31
  121. 129.
    Inside NYC's Fiery Community Boards, Where Local Leaders Vet Big Ideas01/23/2020
    21:04
  122. 130.
    Does Hollywood Have an Anti-New York Oscar Bias?01/16/2020
    23:22
  123. 131.
    Will 8 More Tracks Solve Penn Station's Problems?01/09/2020
    23:04
  124. 132.
    Is NYC’s Ever Rising Skyline Just a Playground for the Super Rich?01/02/2020
    20:11
  125. 133.
    NYE on NY1: How We Cover New Year’s Eve in Times Square12/19/2019
    19:47
  126. 134.
    The Mysterious and Unregulated World of Queens’ ‘Maternity Hotels’12/12/2019
    23:23
  127. 135.
    The Snowplows Will Be Ready, Even If It Rains Instead12/05/2019
    20:23
  128. 136.
    How Four Men Lived and Lost Their Lives on the Streets of Chinatown11/21/2019
    20:03
  129. 137.
    How NYC School Lunches Have Changed Since You Were a Student11/07/2019
    19:39
  130. 138.
    Coming Together on Staten Island After a Civil War10/31/2019
    15:52
  131. 139.
    Do New Yorkers Care About the Yankees?10/24/2019
    18:23
  132. 140.
    Will There Ever be a Flu Shot That Works for More Than a Year?10/17/2019
    18:19
  133. 141.
    The New York City Bus That’s Almost as Fast as the Subway10/10/2019
    31:23
  134. 142.
    Manhattan to JFK in Five Noisy Minutes10/03/2019
    20:14
  135. 143.
    New Yorkers Unfiltered09/26/2019
    26:25
  136. 144.
    New York’s Tech Renaissance09/19/2019
    18:07
  137. 145.
    Climbing the Stairs to Report on Broken NYCHA Elevators09/12/2019
    23:59
  138. 146.
    On the Education Beat with Jillian Jorgensen09/05/2019
    21:15
  139. 147.
    Why the US Open is a Grand Slam for Queens (and Tennis Buffs)08/29/2019
    25:52
  140. 148.
    Northern Blvd: A Model of Tolerance for Centuries08/22/2019
    24:36
  141. 149.
    What Makes a Person New Yorker of the Week08/15/2019
    26:18
  142. 150.
    The City That Never Sleeps Enough08/08/2019
    19:57
  143. 151.
    The Chase07/25/2019
    22:31
  144. 152.
    Reporting in the Dark07/18/2019
    20:09
  145. 153.
    Too Close to Call07/11/2019
    28:17
  146. 154.
    Stonewall At 5006/27/2019
    23:11
  147. 155.
    When the Story Is Your Personal Heartache06/20/2019
    22:47
  148. 156.
    Breaking the News in Midtown06/13/2019
    20:04
  149. 157.
    Maybe You'll Find This Funny06/06/2019
    21:25
  150. 158.
    God Save Our Streets05/30/2019
    19:05
  151. 159.
    The Multitasking Mayor05/23/2019
    22:56
  152. 160.
    “It’s Hard To Live Here”05/16/2019
    19:32
  153. 161.
    Camping At The Met05/09/2019
    21:44
  154. 162.
    When the MTA Gets it Right05/02/2019
    20:41
  155. 163.
    Minimum Wage, Just the Tip of the Problem04/25/2019
    15:51
  156. 164.
    The Case Of The Measles04/18/2019
    24:51
  157. 165.
    Of Course Drivers Hate Congestion Pricing04/11/2019
    21:01
  158. 166.
    Introduction to "Crosstown with Pat Kiernan"03/29/2019
    4:27

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