Governor Mario Cuomo: Poetry and Prose
Experience the memorable twelve years Mario Cuomo spent as New York’s 52nd Governor including his initial run for this office in 1982 against Ed Koch, his lauded 1984 keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention, his flirtations with running for president that earned him the nickname 'Hamlet on the Hudson,' and his final political race versus George Pataki.
Governor Mario Cuomo: Poetry and Prose is the recipient of a New York State Emmy (R) in the category of Politics/Government
Governor Mario Cuomo: Poetry and Prose was named Best Documentary by the New York State Broadcasters Association
Governor Mario Cuomo: Poetry & Prose
Experience the memorable twelve years Mario Cuomo spent as New York’s 52nd Governor.
Andrew Cuomo Reflects on 2010 Win
Gov. Andrew Cuomo sat down for a rare interview for Governor Mario Cuomo: Poetry & Prose.
Sheila Healy recalls Mario Cuomo memo on same-sex marriage
Sheila Healy recalls Mario Cuomo as being ahead of the curve on same-sex marriage.
Mario Cuomo Calls into Local Telethon
John McLoughlin explains how his station’s annual telethon would get a call from Cuomo.
Harold Holzer on Cuomo’s Flying Tackle
Harold Holzer describes what Mario Cuomo did the night of a primary debate.
Ken Goldfarb looks into Mario Cuomo's baseball career
Reporter Ken Goldfarb researched a story he heard about Mario Cuomo baseball career.
Luke Russert Remembers Meeting Mario Cuomo
Luke Russert, son of Tim Russert, recalls meeting Mario Cuomo at the State Capitol.
Brodsky and Mario Battle on the Hardwood
Richard Brodsky recalls Cuomo challenging him to a game of one-on-one basketball.