When Louis and Lillian Zabar started their business in 1934, little could they have imagined that 80 years and 3 generations later, the family business wold be going stronger than ever. I visited Zabar's to find out just what it is that makes this store such a New York institution.
For most straphangers, these women and men are a nuisance to them every morning. They cheerily greet commuters while trying to convince them to pick up one of their free newspapers. So who are these Newspaper Promoters who accost you every weekday morning?
Being an African American child growing up in Harlem, Dorian Braxton had never considered being a ballet dancer. That was until he was introduced to dance through a program for inner-city kids, and he fell in love.