Life-Wire News Service had a spectacular first full year. Here are our most popular stories of 2016. 1- Koko Gets Her PBS Close-Up Our crew reviewed the PBS/BBC documentary Koko: The Gorilla Who Talks. Koko lives at the Gorilla Foundation with Penny Patterson, who taught her sign language. -Anthony Pabon 2- Living with Down Syndrome: Eric […]
The documentary is a really intriguing mystery of his days in Arles, answering the questions – was the story of his ear a fake, and who was the mystery girl ‘Rachel’
Hamilton’s America is revolutionary documentary that tells how Lin-Manuel Miranda and his collaborators made a hit Broadway musical.
Our crew was on-hand to cover the opening of this memorial self-guided walk with Geraldo Rivera, who was preeminent among the reporters who broke the story, and others who made this day possible.
The Peking and Wavertree, both taking their turns at Caddell Dry Dock for repairs. One ship is done the other one is being repaired. One has returned to South Street the other is taking a long voyage.
By Anthony Pabon and Edward Gregory 1- The Fire Fighter is the first fireboat of the Fire Department, City of New York (FDNY) with a diesel-electric propulsion system, making it the most powerful fireboat of its day. It could deliver 20,000 gallons of water per minute. 2- Originally berthed in Manhattan, the Fire Fighter was […]
Published on Jun 1, 2015 St. Adalbert’s and Lifestyles for the Disabled honored all veterans this past memorial day. Our reporters interviewed the parents of Staff Sgt. Michael Ollis about the Ollis Freedom Foundation in honor of his memory, WWII vet and former POW Theodore Khoury and more.
click to listen Part 1 of 4 Dr. Thomas Matteo, Staten Island Borough Historian, talks about the Old Seaview Hospital with Sam Stone. click to listen Part 2 of 4 Dr. Thomas Matteo, Staten Island Borough Historian, talks about the Old Seaview Hospital with Sam Stone. click to listen Part 3 of 4 Dr. Thomas Matteo, Staten […]