Articles written by: Megan Jamerson


Features / Video

All girls robotics soccer team has big science goals

What happens when you give middle school girls access to circuits and coding programs? Robots that can play soccer.

News / Politics

Brooklynites on Hilary Clinton for President

According to a March 29th Pew Research Center Poll 59 percent of democrats say there is a “good chance” they will vote for Clinton.

Live Blog / News / Video

Two Bodies recovered from East Village explosion and building collapse

Megan Jamerson reports

Audio / Features / Uncategorized

Women filmmakers overcome odds

Women make up only two percent of directors for the top grossing films.

News / Special Reports

Blizzard of 2015: Times Square

Today, there were only a sprinkling of tourists and ticket sellers and not one costumed character.

Audio / Features

Drones in New York City

Pilotage, a Midtown Manhattan hobby shop sells off the shelf models like this one daily as drones have become more popular over the last year. Photo credit: Megan Jamerson. They buzz loudly like an enormous pesky mosquito, but unlike the insect, drones are fun to have around. With new easy to use off the shelf models ranging from 2 inches […]

Audio / Features / Multimedia

Voices from Strand Bookstore

Customers of the iconic Strand Bookstore in the East Village talk about what they love about the store.

Features / Special Reports

NYC Marathon: Smiles in Sunset Park

The street is crowded with sidewalk bands, people hanging out of apartment buildings waving flags, and a nearby church holds a cookout.


NY People: Ray Luna, owner of Moutain Province

by Megan Jamerson Mountain Province is not your typical Williamsburg, Brooklyn coffee joint. Owned by Ray Luna, it serves Filipino coffee and treats.


Undocumented teens demonstrate for immigration reform

The issue in question was immigration reform.