The tenth season of Building New York: NY Life Stories, debuted on September 8, 2014

A leader in health care management, pediatric cardiologist, Dr. Arthur Klein, named president of the newly established Mount Sinai Health Network discusses the changes in health care management and the need for coordinated patient care.

September 8, 2014: Arthur Klein, M.D. Mount Sinai Medical Center

Sports enthusiast, high school and college baseball and basketball player, president and CEO of Investors Bank, New Jersey's third largest bank headquartered in the state, Kevin Cummings talks about the bank's successful transformation to a full-service bank, which, he says is due, in large part, to its commitment to the community.

September 15, 2014: Kevin Cummings, Investors Bank

chair of the Brooklyn College Foundation Board of Trustees, Edwin H. Cohen '62 talks about what he remembers most about life in Brooklyn: family, Stuyvesant High School, Brooklyn College and his father's advice "don't go into retail." Principal of Prism Capital Partners, Mr. Cohen has chosen real estate.

September 22, 2014: Edwin Cohen, Prism Capital Partners

Elected three times as Staten Island Borough President, James Molinaro looks back to childhood on the Lower East Side, one of six children, of Italian immigrants remembering his parents, and the lesson of hard work they instilled in him.

September 29, 2014: Honorable James Molinaro, Former Staten Island Boro President

Norma Jean Darden, a successful model, playwright, restaurateur and caterer, is co- author with sister Carole of their special cookbook, "Spoonbread & Strawberry Wine" named for the first family recipes they collected. The book is full of wonderful recipes, family photos and most important, stories of their family's history.

October 6, 2014: Norma Jean Darden, Spoonbread & Strawberry Wine"

Guest: Joseph Harbert, President, Eastern Region, Colliers International NYC. Building New York, a lively conversation hosted by Michael Stoler, New York's only weekly television broadcast featuring local and national leaders responsible for real estate activities in the Metropolitan region, began its first season on television and on CUNY TV in March 2006.

October 13, 2014: Joseph Harbert, Colliers International NYC

Edwin Kantor, Chairman and son, Steven Kantor, CEO enjoy leadership of S2K Partners. This father and son team reminisce about Brooklyn (Thomas Jefferson High School, Syracuse University) and careers with Cantor Fitzgerald, Credit Suisse and others leading to the success of the S2K Partners.

October 20, 2014: Edwin Kantor, Steven Kantor, S2K Partners

Brooklyn Union Gas, KeySpan, National Grid, and now as chairman of the Board of the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center (AERTC) at Stony Brook, Robert Catell describes his extraordinary journey from shining shoes in Brooklyn to corporate leadership.

October 27, 2014: Robert Catell, Former Chairman & CEO, Brooklyn Union Gas/Keyspan/National Grid

J. Morton Davis (Morty) born in 1929, had a rocky childhood, quitting school at 14. Morty graduated Brooklyn College, magna cum laude, and Harvard Graduate School, with distinction, to own and chair, D.H. Blair Investment Banking, a leading investor in and advisor to emerging growth companies.

November 3, 2014: J. Morton Davis, Chairman & CEO, D. H. Blair Investment Banking

Louis Shapiro, President and CEO of the Hospital for Special Surgery, talks about his childhood, his parents, their illnesses, and his passion for healing-all effecting the direction of his career. HSS, the oldest orthopedic hospital in the United States, specializes in orthopedic surgery and the treatment of rheumatic conditions.

November 10, 2014: Louis Shapiro, President & CEO, Hospital for Special Surgery

November 17, 2014: Glenn Markman

The late Glenn Markman, was an  executive vice president, Cushman & Wakefield is well known in Brooklyn, as a dealmaker in many arenas: sports, the arts and business. His reputation reaches into Manhattan, having convinced the NBA to open a prominent retail store on Fifth Avenue, among other noteworthy deals.

November 24, 2014: Peter Carroll

Peter Carroll, a partner in the management-consultant company, Oliver Wyman, graduating from Cambridge, back-packed through California, worked on a chicken farm, and later, at a winery which may have triggered his passion for the wine business and ownership of Long Island's North Fork, Lenz Winery.

December 1, 2014: Candido Perez

Migrating from Puerto Rico, in hard times, a child from a large family-with luck, Candido Perez finds work repairing steel casement windows, perhaps marking the beginning of his hard route to the presidency of Optimum Window, nationally known for its fire-rated windows, custom high-tech projects, for commercial and high end residential applications.

December 8, 2014: Ian Bruce Eichner, The Continuum Company

Ian Bruce Eichner, Michael Stoler's guest, takes us on a bit of a roller coaster ride as they talk about Mr. Eichner's childhood, his much admired grandfather, his work in the criminal justice system, serving as an assistant district attorney, on to his creative ventures in real estate. Taped October 29, 2013.

December 15, 2014: Steven Aiello, H & K Strategies

Senior Counsel, Public Affairs, at H&K Strategies, Brooklyn born, Steve Aiello taught social studies; served as vice president and president of the Board of Education, promoting curriculum changes in cultural pluralism and ethnic studies, supporting the Bilingual Commission and the Office of Bilingual Education. He later served in President Carter's Office of Ethnic Affairs.

December 22, 2014: Jay Sidhu, Customers Bank

As a young man in India, Jay Sidhu, chairman and CEO of Customers Bank, could have studied medicine or entered the military. He chose business and after a grueling admission process, Mr. Sidhu was accepted to India's first business college, the School of Management in India. (Taped: 01/16/14)

December 29, 2014: Kenneth Pasternak, The KABR Group

Raised in Fleischmanns, New York, a small community in the Catskills, Kenneth Pasternak begins - early in life - to be an extraordinary entrepreneur. Mr. Pasternak made some interesting twists and turns along the way to his current role as founder of the successful real estate organization, The KABR Group.

January 5, 2015: Feliks Frenkel

Feliks Frenkel describes his family's life in Russia, student years in Siberia, and the immigrant's adjustment to life in a new country. Mr. Frenkel is chair of the board of COJECO, a member of UJA-Federation's Board of Directors and an Executive Committee Member.

January 12, 2015: Dr. Charles Hennekens

Epidemiologist Dr. Charles Hennekens, founding Principal Investigator of the landmark Physician's Health Study was the first to demonstrate aspirin as a preventative of a first heart attack and that aspirin, taken during a heart attack decreases subsequent strokes and cardiovascular death.

January 19, 2015: Jeffrey Wiesenfeld

Jeffrey Wiesenfeld, son of Holocaust survivors, currently principal with Bernstein Private Wealth Management, discusses his long career in public service for: Queens Borough President Claire Shulman, Mayor Ed Koch, Senator Alfonse D'Amato, Governor George Pataki, among others. Mr. Wiesenfeld is a strong supporter of the National Yiddish Theatre, the Jewish Community Relations Council of NY and other local and national organizations.

January 29, 2015: Fyvush Finkel, Part I

In Part 1. of his conversation with host Michael Stoler, Fyvush Finkel, legendary actor, singer, comedian, an icon of Yiddish theater, Tevye the Milkman in the Broadway revival of "Fiddler on the Roof," talks about his long career in Yiddish theater, begun when he was 9 years old.

February 2, 2015: Fyvush Finkel: Part II

In Part 2 of his interview, Yiddish theater icon, Fyvush Finkel discusses his career in the movies - his respect for Joel and Ethan Coen and his role in their film, "A Serious Man," his many television roles, from "Kojak" to "Blue Bloods" and his awards - an Emmy for "Picket Fences" and an Obie for "Cafe Crown."

February 9, 2015: Marty Markowitz, Former Borough President of Brooklyn

New York State Senator, Brooklyn Borough President, Marty Markowitz reminisces about his accomplishments on behalf of the people in the borough he loves. The Flatbush Tenants Council, tourism, affordable housing, the stimulation of the economy, gentrifying Coney Island, Atlantic Yards, the Seaside Summer Concert Series and the restoration of the Loew's Kings Theater represent a short list of his accomplishments and why he will always be "Mr. Brooklyn."

February 16, 2015: Arcadio Casillas

Cuban born Arcadio Casillas experienced the Revolution, first hand - the assassination of his father and uncle and his time in prison. President and CEO of the Preferred Compensation Corporation and recently named chair of the NYS Republican Party Finance Committee, Mr. Casillas has received numerous awards for service and leadership.

February 23, 2015: Dave Kong

Comedian Dave Konig, three time Emmy Award winner as host of television's "Subway Q&A," started in show biz at 10, stared in Off Broadway in "Addicted To Show Business" and "Hebrew School Dropout" and on Broadway as the dee-jay in the revival of "Grease."

March 2, 2015: Barry Ostrowsky

Barry H. Ostrowsky is president and CEO of Barnabas Health, New Jersey's largest not-for-profit health care delivery system and the second-largest private employer in the state. Working closely with physicians, hospitals and insurers, Mr. Ostrowsky has taken an active role in shaping the evolution of New Jersey's health care delivery system.

March 9, 2015: Sid Davidoff

Even as a young boy, Sid Davidoff knew that he wanted to work in politics. A City College graduate and with a J.D. from NYU, Davidoff's interest in city government took form in the Lindsay administration, where he served as the Mayor's administrative assistant, dealing with the 1966 transit strike, the 1968 teacher's strike among other important issues.

March 16, 2015: Michael Stocker

They did "a lot of moving around," remarks Michael Stocker, MD, describing his family's history. Farmers and miners in Montana, on to Illinois, to more farming in Washington state, to Notre Dame to the Medical College of Wisconsin, and beyond. Dr. Stocker has had an impressive career in the field of health care.

March 23, 2015: Abby Hamlin

Abby Hamlin's Hamilin Ventures is one of only a few successful woman-owned development companies and is credited with renewing interest in townhouse development in Brooklyn. But Ms. Hamlin always wanted to dance-and she did-until an accident ended that career. Abby attributes her work in design and development to her love of dance.

March 30, Laurence Leeds

Laurence C. Leeds, Jr., chairman of Buckingham Capital Management, a long-time supporter of many not-for-profit agencies, chairs the campaign to build the Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning at the New York Junior Tennis & Learning Center in the South Bronx.

April 6, 2015: Benjamin Brafman

Attorney Benjamin Brafman is known for his representation of many high-profile defendants, celebrities and political figures - with success and distinction coming with long days and hard work in the Manhattan DA's office and now, as a criminal-defense attorney.

April 13, 2015: Andrew Brotman M.D.

Dr. Andrew Brotman, SVP, vice dean for clinical affairs & strategy at NYU Langone Medical Center, responsible for physician/hospital programmatic initiatives and ambulatory care talks about his career development from residency at Mass General to the present.

April 20, 2015: Jan T. Vilcek, M.D. PhD

Dr. Jan T. Vilcek joined the NYU School of Medicine in 1965, defecting with his wife to the US from communist Czechoslovakia. His research was instrumental in the development of an anti-inflammatory drug, widely used in the treatment of Crohn's disease, rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory disorders.

April 27, 2015: Ken Aretsky

Guest: Ken Aretsky, Owner/Proprietor, Aretsky's Patroon. Taped March 31, 2015. Building New York, a lively conversation hosted by Michael Stoler, New York's only weekly television broadcast featuring local and national leaders responsible for real estate activities in the Metropolitan region, began its first season on television and on CUNY TV in March 2006.

May 4, 2015: Ronnie Dragoon: Ben's Kosher Deli Retaurants

Ben's is a family-owned and operated restaurant and delicatessen, providing authentic New York Kosher deli and eastern European comfort foods for more than 43 years. Kosher deli's may be going out of business - but Ronnie Dragoon, owner-founder, has been expanding Ben's locations - into Manhattan, in 1996, and recently, into Scarsdale and Boca Raton.

May 11, 2015: Joseph Collins, Collins Building Services

Created when he was 52, when many of us are looking ahead to retirement, Joseph Kenneth Collins formed and developed CBS, Collins Building Services, one of New York's largest building services companies, serving many premier owners, managers, corporations and institutions.

May, 18, 2015 James Neary, Owner, Neary's Restaurant.

Michael Stoler profiles the life of the legendary Jimmy Neary of Neary's. Gain insight on the life of this unique New Yorker

May 25, 2015: Cira Angles, L.A. Riverside Brokerage

Cira Angeles is president and co-founder of L.A. Riverside Brokerage, a leading provider of insurance to individuals and companies that are the taxi and livery industry in New York City. Ms. Angeles is an advocate for the Latino community, named "Woman of Merit" by El Diario La Prensa and "2012 Latina Businesswoman of the Year" by the NYS Senate Majority Leader.

June 1, 2015: Harvey Sigelbaum, Riverside Company

Harvey Sigelbaum, senior advisor at The Riverside Company, and a part of the company's Healthcare Specialization team, talks about his extensive experience in the health and insurance industries, including the Amalgamated Life Insurance Company, and MultiPlan among others.

June 15, 2015: Frank Sorrentino, ConnectOne Bank

ConnectOne Bank, founded by chairman and CEO, Frank Sorrentino and other civic minded business leaders, named one of the Best Performing Community Banks in the Nation, serves local residents and businesses by providing the highest level of personalized community banking services.

June 22, 2015: Leon & Michael Wildes

Leon Wlldes and Michael Wildes head one of the most preeminent law firms in the immigration and nationality fields, Wildes & Weinberg, PC. Leon Wildes, as a young Cardozo law school graduate, became interested in immigration before there were even "any books written" on the subject and son Michael, have defended many in immigration jeopardy: the famous and all others in need of counsel.

June 29, 2015: Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations

Guest: Malcolm Hoenlein Exec. Vice Chairman/CEO, Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations. Building New York, a lively conversation hosted by Michael Stoler, New York's only weekly television broadcast featuring local and national leaders responsible for real estate activities in the Metropolitan region, began its first season on television and on CUNY TV in March 2006.

July 6, 2015: Rabbi Mark Golub, JBS TV

Guest: Rabbi Mark S. Golub, President & CEO, Jewish Broadcasting Services. Part 1 of 2. (Taped: 06/24/15) Building New York, a lively conversation hosted by Michael Stoler, New York's only weekly television broadcast featuring local and national leaders responsible for real estate activities in the Metropolitan region, began its first season on television and on CUNY TV in March 2006.