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    Hoboken family raising awareness of rare disease following daughter’s death

    “This is her sitting up in the boppy,” Stephanie and Matt Cohen said while showing PIX11 a photo. Stephanie and Matt Cohen smile through the sadness when remembering their daughter, Madison. “Madison was a very happy baby girl and we did our best to keep her comfortable,” Stephanie described. They were first told there was a problem 20 weeks into the pregnancy. “She was diagnosed with Hypoplastic Right Heart Syndrome, which is one of the congenital heart defects,” Stephanie said. […]

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    It’s a G Thing: Teen signed to NY Rangers contract after battle with cancer

    “It was just my dream come true,” Moshe Illouz smiled. The moment of a lifetime, for Moshe Illouz, was when he stepped out on this ice. “I was just amazed, I was out of words,” he said. The 18 year old officially became a member of the New York Rangers, the team he’s idolized since he was a kid. “I just remember sitting at home in the basement with my brothers, watching the Rangers on TV and I just fell […]

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    Kids help kids through free Asphalt Green community sports league

    “This is very, very fun,” Jaylene said. “I’m having a lot of fun today!” Seth smiled. These little ones are getting a hands-on lesson in America’s most popular sport. “It’s fun, exciting. I feel free,” Eric said. “We played the quarterback and the wide receiver,” Jaylene added. This free flag football clinic was put on by the nonprofit Asphalt Green, which offers sports and fitness programs in low-income neighborhoods at more than 100 city schools, like this one, P.S. 178. […]

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    It’s a ‘G’ Thing: House Calls program helps elderly couple heal at home, together

    “Did you fall in love with this guy right away” I asked Beverly Cunniffe. “No,” she smiled. “She hated me!” Bernard, her husband, added. It was far from love at first sight for Beverly and Bernard Cunniffe. They met 40 years ago when he, who was an NYPD officer, pulled her over for speeding. They later learned they had mutual friends. “How did you fall for her?” I asked Bernard. “Head first,” he smiled. “It was my first fall!” His […]

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    Teen blogger, Alexa Curtis, shares how personal obstacles led to a career

    How would you handle your life being turned upside down as a young child? Well, one teenager took her personal problems and made them a profession. Tamsen Fadal sits down with the Alexa Curtis to share how she’s making it her mission to help others embrace who they are. She’s tonight’s Changemaker. “Lighting is a huge thing, you also want to make sure the lighting is amazing,” Alexa Curtis explained. Putting together the perfect picture is an art-form for Alexa […]

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    Grammy winner, Marc Cohn, and Jackson Browne play Valentine’s Day show at ‘City Winery’

    PIX11 News got an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the 5th Annual Very Special Marc Cohn Valentine’s Day Show with special guest Jackson Browne at City Winery. We caught up with The Grammy Award winner and nominee during sound check. After winning a Grammy for his soulful ballad “Walking in Memphis”, Marc Cohn solidified his place as one of this generation’s most compelling singer/songwriters, combining the precision of a brilliant tunesmith with the passion of a great soul man. He’s a natural […]

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    Savvy Crawford talks playing young Amélie in new musical

    Related: Tony nominee, Phillipa Soo, and cast share what makes Amélie so special Related: Amélie director, Pam McKinnon, explains the feminine strength behind musical Related: Tony-nominee, Phillipa Soo, and cast of Amélie preview new musical in sneak peek concert

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    Amélie director, Pam McKinnon, explains the feminine strength behind musical

    Related: Tony-nominee, Phillipa Soo, and cast of Amélie preview new musical in sneak peek concert Related: Tony nominee, Phillipa Soo, and cast share what makes Amélie so special Related: Savvy Crawford talks playing young Amélie in new musical

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    Tony nominee, Phillipa Soo, and cast share what makes Amélie so special

    Related: Amélie director, Pam McKinnon, explains the feminine strength behind musical Related: Tony-nominee, Phillipa Soo, and cast of Amélie preview new musical in sneak peek concert Related: Savvy Crawford talks playing young Amélie in new musical

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    Tony-nominee, Phillipa Soo, and cast of Amélie preview new musical in sneak peek concert

    PIX11 News got a sneak peak of the songs and stars of the new musical Amélie, starring Tony-nominee Phillipa Soo and Adam Chanler-Berat. They performed multiple songs at The Cutting Room ahead of next month’s opening. Tony nominee Phillipa Soo returns to Broadway in Amélie, a new musical based on the beloved five-time Oscar®-nominated film, and “an enchanting act of theatrical reinvention” (The Los Angeles Times). Amélie is an extraordinary young woman who lives quietly in the world, but loudly […]