‘Coquito Lady’ brings Christmas in the summer
Irma Cadiz, known as the "Coquito Lady," joined New York Living to talk about how to prepare coquito, as well as the history and culture behind it.
We all know the holidays are meant to be full of joy, but it can be a stressful time for all of us. Caregivers in particular, are at a risk of burnout if they don't take care of themselves. There are approximately 2.5 million family caregivers in New York who provide 2.1 billion hours of care to loved ones each year. Reggie Nance, Assistance State Director, AARP New York joins us today with signs of burnout, how to combat those feelings and has some advice that will help us have a more meaningful holiday. If you'd like more tips and resources available to those caring for a loved one head to aarp.org/caregiving.
An NYPD officer will sing the national anthem ahead of Monday’s cross-Hudson matchup between the New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, paying tribute to her late detective dad as part of the NHL’s Hockey Fights Cancer Night.