Lauren Glassberg
Lauren is an Emmy-award winning journalist who has been a member of the Eyewitness News Team since 2000.

Before coming to WABC TV, she anchored and reported at stations in Akron, Little Rock and Minneapolis.

She actually got her start in journalism as a teenager, reporting for the Main Street Wire, the newspaper on Roosevelt Island, NY.

It was always her dream to cover her hometown of New York City. She is primarily WABC TV's feature and lifestyle reporter.

You can watch her restaurant features, called Neighborhood Eats, most Fridays during Eyewitness News at 5 p.m.

She is also a frequent substitute anchor.

Lauren is a graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism. She lives in Manhattan.

The concept of community policing was on full and different display in New York City Tuesday, as the NYPD hosted an event called Beauty Against Cancer that offered lifestyle and health tips for first responders and community members affected by cancer.
Park 143 Bistro & Fish began as a tapas spot and has evolved into a bistro with an emphasis on seafood. There's shrimp and grits, crispy octopus and a variety of mussels - including 'drunken' style. That dish gets its kick from tequila and jalapenos. For Wayne, who is friendly with so many of his customers, every night is like a dinner party.
'Adda' means 'meeting spot,' and 'Canteen' refers to a spot for affordable food. Put them together for Adda Indian Canteen, and it's the kind of place Chef Chintan Pandya is going for.
Since June, Diana Basmajian has spent her free time crocheting Ruth Bader Ginsburg dolls - the Supreme Court justice she so deeply admires.
If clothes make the man, or a woman for that matter, the clothes at The Phluid Project allow you to be who ever you truly are. It is the first of its kind-- a gender-free store.