Antwan Lewis, Fox5NY

Antwan Lewis


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Antwan:

Early-bird dining gains appeal in New York restaurant scene

New York is the city that never sleeps. But the pandemic seems to have made early bird dining more of a thing now. → Read More

New York artist hoping for $500,000 NFT

Ali Spagnola uses digital platforms to showcase her artwork. → Read More

NYC to expand free preschool program for 3-year-old children

Starting this fall, early education will be available in all 32 school districts for three-year-olds. → Read More

NYC schools ending 'Gifted and Talented' program

New York City's public schools are scrapping the controversial Gifted and Talented program after this spring. → Read More

Scathing report released on NYPD's handling of George Floyd protests

A scathing new report found the NYPD was undertrained and used excessive force during George Floyd protests. → Read More

NYC school bus service will be ready to go for in-person classes

More than 5,000 special education bus routes and nearly 3,000 general education routes have been finalized, according to the Department of Education. → Read More

Black-owned hair salon bounces back from pandemic closure

McNair's shop joined the ranks of groundbreaking businesses on two fronts by being Black-owned and female-owned. → Read More

'A Most Beautiful Thing' chronicles all-black rowing team, then and now

A Most Beautiful Thing is a documentary film based on a memoir of the same name. It tells the story of the nation's first all-black high school rowing team. → Read More

The emotional trauma of racism and racial violence

Incidents like this intensify the anxieties that many blacks experience. → Read More

Mayor de Blasio clarifies what is and isn't allowed at NYC beaches

The mayor clarified what is and what isn't allowed at New York City beaches. → Read More

Coronavirus vaccine trial underway at NYU Langone

The NYU Langone Vaccine Center started the first clinical trial of possible antidotes in the United States. → Read More

New York City lab awaits CDC OK to do coronavirus testing

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has called on the CDC to authorize a New York City lab to start testing immediately for coronavirus. → Read More

Hundreds pack St. Patrick's Cathedral for Christmas services

Cardinal Dolan, the archbishop of New York, celebrated Christmas mass at Patrick's Cathedral. → Read More

Arrest made in shooting of 16-year-old Queens girl

Ashley Armoogan is now home, but she’ll never forget the events of Monday, October 28. → Read More

Transportation advocates rally to highlight lack of action on Gateway Tunnel Project

The Federal Railroad Administration’s alleged lack of action on the proposed Gateway Tunnel Project was the focus of a rally Friday by transportation activists. → Read More

Parking issues caused by film and TV production in NYC leaving many residents frustrated

New York City has a thriving film and TV production industry, but the parking issues that can be caused by a movie deciding to shoot on your street are beginning to grate on many residents. → Read More

New citywide program offers free graffiti removal

Call it art or call it a nuisance, graffiti is a staple of New York City and can be found just about anywhere in the five boroughs. But just as visible are efforts to get rid of it. → Read More

MTA begins Phase 1 of 42nd Street Shuttle redesign

Phase one of the MTA’s redesign of the 42nd Street Shuttle was just one of the many plans being discussed at an MTA tech and academic conference at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on Friday. → Read More

Planned museum will look at 200 years of history ‘up the river' at Sing Sing Prison

Sing Sing Correctional Facility was built in 1825 and has been housing some of New York’s most hardened criminals ever since. → Read More

‘A Night at the Museum for Grown-Ups' returns to American Museum of Natural History

This weekend, over 200 people are expected to sleep under the blue whale inside the Hall of Ocean Life at the American Museum of Natural history, as part of the popular event “A Night at the Museum for Grown-Ups.” → Read More