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Dan Mannarino


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Past articles by Dan:

Tinder launches dating dictionary to help older singles using the app

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Tinder, a popular dating app, launched a new dictionary to help older singles navigate the platform. Phrases such as “breadcrumbing,” “icks” and “kittenphishing” are commonly used words on the app that some users may be unfamiliar with. “Breadcrumbing” is low-level flirting and “icks” are turn-offs. “Kittensphising” is a lower form of […] → Read More

PIX Panel breaks down mayor Adams’ new plan for asylum seekers

NEW YORK (PIX11) — PIX11 reporter Henry Rosoff and Gothamist reporter Elizabeth Kim break down the big headlines of the week, including Mayor Eric Adams’ blueprint for the asylum seekers. Watch the full panel discussion in the video player. → Read More

NYC health commissioner on the state of mental health

NEW YORK (PIX11) — The Adams administration recognized a mental health crisis in the city and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is spearheading it. NYC’s Health Commissioner Dr. Ashwin Vasan joined PIX11 Morning News Friday to discuss New York City’s mental health plan. Watch the video player for more. → Read More

International Women’s Day: Gender gap in technology

NEW YORK (PIX11) — This year for International Women’s Day, the theme focuses on the digital gender gap in technology. “259 million fewer women have access to the internet than men, and women are largely underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers,” according to the U.N. Alaina Percival, co-founder of the nonprofit Women Who […] → Read More

Lower rents needed to fill empty Manhattan storefronts, borough president says

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine joined PIX11 Morning News on Monday to discuss issues affecting the island, including the increasingly common sight of vacant storefronts. “We’ve got vacancy on almost every street in the borough,” said Levine. “It saps life from neighborhoods, it’s a public safety issue, and we’ve got to […] → Read More

Lawmakers push for more 9/11 health care funding

NEW YORK (PIX11) – Local federal lawmakers are pushing a bill to get more funding for the 9/11 health care program. Republican Rep. Andrew Garbarino, of Sayville, joined the PIX11 Morning News on Tuesday to talk about why more money is needed to fund the World Trade Center Health Program. Watch the video player for the full interview. → Read More

NYC’s sanitation commissioner details snow cleanup

NEW YORK (PIX11) — New York’s sanitation workers are prepped to clean up after the first significant snowfall this winter in New York City. NYC Sanitation Commissioner Jessica Tisch joined PIX11 Morning News on Tuesday with an update on snow removal efforts. Most of the city only clocked an inch of snow which isn’t enough […] → Read More

Brooklyn McLinn talks role in season 2 of ‘Bel-Air’ and more

NEW YORK (PIX11) – Some familiar faces will appear on season two of the series “Bel-Air.” Tatiana Ali, who starred in the original “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” will make a special guest appearance and so will actor Brooklyn McLinn, who plays basketball coach Doc Hightower. Coach Hightower wants to take Will to the next […] → Read More

President Biden mark one year of Russia-Ukraine war in Poland

NEW YORK (PIX11) — President Joe Biden is in Poland on Tuesday, following his surprise trip to Ukraine to meet with President Volodimir Zelensky to mark the one-year anniversary of the Russa-Ukraine war. Biden traveled to the capital city of Kyiv and reiterated America’s commitment to supporting the war-torn country. James Elder, who’s with UNICEF, […] → Read More

On the Record with Queens DA Melinda Katz: Gang takedown decreased gun violence

NEW YORK (PIX11) — A two-year investigation led to 23 alleged gang members being arrested last week in Queens, authorities said. Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz said the borough has already seen a decrease in gun violence. Watch the full interview in the video player. → Read More

‘Authentic’ Farmer’s Dog food commercial a hit with Super Bowl viewers

NEW YORK (PIX11) — The Farmer’s Dog had a very popular and emotional one-minute Super Bowl commercial that resonated with viewers. The spot was voted the top ad in a USA Today poll. The ad showed a little girl and her dog growing up through the years. In the commercial, the pup is fed Farmer’s […] → Read More

BHM: Hip Hop Cinderella at the New Victory Theater

NEW YORK (PIX11) — A classic story has evolved into a futuristic fairy tale with a hip hop twist. Hip Hop Cinderella is currently playing at the New Victory Theater in Manhattan. Brittany Nicole Williams who plays Cinderella, and award-winning composer Rona Siddiqui joined PIX11 Morning News to talk more about the show. Watch the video player for more. → Read More

Central Park Loeb Boathouse to reopen by June, with new menu

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Central Park’s iconic Loeb Boathouse has a new lease on life. The building which has been around for nearly 70 years is set to re-open this summer under new management. New York City Park Commissioner Sue Donoghue joined PIX11 Morning News with more details on these developments. Watch the video player for more. → Read More

Mom of bullied teen speaks out against Central Regional high school

NEW YORK (PIX11) — There’s a new effort to combat school bullying in New Jersey in the wake of 14-year-old Adriana Kuch’s death. Kuch was assaulted at Central Regional High School in Ocean County, and would later take her own life after the video was posted on social media. New Jersey state legislators are working […] → Read More

NYC searching for solutions to the migrant crisis

NEW YORK (PIX11) —- PIX11 reporter Henry Rosoff and NEWS10 reporter Jamie Deline break down the big political news of the past week, including the State of the Union address and the migrant crisis in New York City. Watch the full panel discussion in the video player. → Read More

On the Record with Manhattan BP Mark Levine: NYC cracking down on illegal weed shops

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine said there are 400 illegal weed shops in the borough, which are posing a problem for the legal marijuana dispensaries that have recently opened. Levine explained how New York City is cracking down on these illegal shops on PIX on Politics on Sunday morning. Watch the full interview in the video player. → Read More

NYPD launches investigation after pink pigeon ‘Flamingo’ dies

NEW YORK (PIX11) –The NYPD is launching an animal cruelty investigation in connection to the death of a domestic pigeon that was dyed pink. The pigeon, which rescuers named “Flamingo,” was abandoned in Madison Square Park. Flamingo, unfortunately, died a week after it was discovered. Experts think fumes from the dye may have killed the […] → Read More

Black History Month: Historic Neir’s Tavern in Queens

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Neir’s Tavern in Queens is black-owned, nearly 200 years old, and has been featured in at least two Hollywood movies. PIX11’S Vanessa Freeman was in Queens with the owner of the restaurant that has deep roots in the history of New York City. Watch the video player for more. → Read More

Gov. Kathy Hochul talks New York issues on PIX11 Morning News

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Gov. Kathy Hochul joined PIX11 Morning News on Wednesday to cover a number of topics and what they mean for New Yorkers. The governor touched on issues including the New York City migrant crisis and efforts to combat crime. Watch the video player for more. → Read More

Brooklyn borough president talks gun violence, migrant crisis

NEW YORK (PIX11) — In the wake of the shooting of an off-duty NYPD officer, Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso said gun violence is plaguing New York City. The 26-year-old cop is still in critical condition and the suspect remained at large, Reynoso said on PIX11 Morning News on Monday. “The amount of guns we […] → Read More