Lauren Glassberg, Eyewitness News

Lauren Glassberg

Eyewitness News

New York, NY, United States

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Past:
  • Action News on 6abc

Recent articles by Lauren:

Buffalo community holds memorial 1 month after deadly supermarket shooting

The city of Buffalo took another step toward reclaiming itself with a memorial on Tuesday, one month after the horrific mass shooting at a local supermarket that claimed the lives of 10 people. → Read More

Manhattan high school soccer team takes home gold during Special Olympics USA games

A bus load of champions returned home to Manhattan after an epic run at the Special Olympics USA Games in Orlando. → Read More

'Sing for Hope' public pianos back in NYC

'Sing for Hope' is an organization that brought songs to firehouses in the days after September 11 as a way to heal. In 2010, Sing for Hope began placing pianos in public spaces to create joy. → Read More

Dozens of outdoor dining sheds in Hell's Kitchen dismantled to allow street repairs

Outdoor dining structures have been a lifeline for restaurants during the pandemic, but over the weekend, more than two dozen restaurants in Manhattan were forced to tear them down. → Read More

Dancers take to NYC stage to support people of Ukraine

iHeartDance NYC is hosting a one-night-only benefit performance to raise humanitarian aid for the people of Ukraine, on April 9 at 7 p.m. at the Florence Gould Hall Theater. → Read More

Plan recommends closing number of Veterans Affairs hospitals

An 82-page plan, drafted by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs recommends closing a number of Veterans Affairs Hospitals - among them, Castle Point in Dutchess County. → Read More

Ways to celebrate the Oscars at home, or out in New York City

Cocktails and mocktails inspired by some of the Oscar contenders are being served up to celebrate Hollywood's biggest night. → Read More

NYC barbershop chain is allowing customers to pay what they can for haircuts

A New York City barbershop chain is cutting more than just hair, they're cutting prices all together. → Read More

Retired NYC school teacher collected pieces of Black history for 70 years

Elizabeth Meadors, a now 89-year-old retired teacher, started her collection by with items related to Jackie Robinson, but soon her tastes expanded. → Read More

Some Russian restaurants in New York City standing with Ukraine amid unrest overseas

At Russian Samovar in Midtown, they are holding a number of fundraisers to help Ukrainians because even though Russia is in their name, their hearts are with Ukraine. → Read More

Music great Louis Armstrong's mark in Corona, Queens neighborhood continues to grow

In honor of Black History Month, visit the Queens home of one of the world's most renowned jazz musicians and entertainers: Louis Armstrong. → Read More

Music great Louis Armstrong's mark in Queens neighborhood continues to grow

Louis Armstrong called Corona home, an unlikely neighborhood for a music great, and that's exactly why it was so appealing. → Read More

Thousands of JetBlue passengers stranded at JFK due to canceled flights

Thousands of passengers are suffering from the fallout from the weekend nor'easter which has stranded many of them at JFK Airport. → Read More

Iconic Broadway theater being lifted 30 feet above Times Square

Lifting the Palace Theatre will preserve the iconic venue while freeing up ground-floor space for commercial use. → Read More

Connecticut COVID omicron update: Governor Lamont wants to keep kids in classrooms safely

As students in Connecticut return to school, Governor Ned Lamont said Tuesday he wants to keep them there and avoid remote learning. → Read More

These bonbons at the Columbus Circle Holiday Market are selling out in 20 minutes

"I did the math and I did 15,000 pieces this month alone, by hand, by me, no machines, which is an insane thought," Corpuz said. → Read More

NYPD's Mounted Unit prepares for New Year's Eve in Times Square

This year the horses will help officers see above the crowds -- and help those in need see an officer who is 10 feet high. → Read More

Shortage of Santa impersonators due to COVID worries comes as demand is at all time high

As Christmas approaches, demand for Santa is at an all time high, but there's a shortage of St. Nick impersonators this season. → Read More

Neighborhood Eats: Native Noodles brings new take on Singaporean food in Washington Heights

While so many restaurants closed during the pandemic, the owner of Native Noodles saw an opportunity and thought the timing was right to bring Singaporean food to Washington Heights. → Read More

Unlikely porch pirate caught on video stealing holiday package in Connecticut

A fear of porch pirates is why Betsy Lockhart installed a doorbell camera at her home in Fairfield before catching the opossum on video. → Read More