Is Instagram Ruining Art? How Social Media Is Changing The Art WorldNew York artists reveal to CBS2's Elle McLogan how social media is transforming their art.
'Tis The Season To Check Out A Broadway ShowThe new stable of star-studded shows includes something for everyone.
A Look At The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's Winter SeasonFor the next five weeks, the company will perform some audience favorites and some new dances as well.
Can The Long Island Children's Museum Preview Your Child's Career?The artists, architects, and athletes of tomorrow follow their curiosity at the Long Island Children's Museum.
Yoko Ono's Basquiat Painting Sells For Nearly $11 MillionA painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat from the collection of Yoko Ono has sold for $10.9 million.
'Best In Shows' Raises Funds For Humane Society of New YorkBroadway's best, including some four-legged stars, turn out for a fundraising cabaret to benefit The Humane Society of NY. Watch video from the show and tour the HSNY shelter with 1010 WINS' Susan Richard.
Chatting With The Stars Of The Off-Broadway Play 'Pipeline'A mother struggles to keep her son out of trouble in a new off-Broadway production at the Lincoln Center Theater.
35th Annual 'Mermaid Parade' Marches Through Coney IslandLegendary New York rockers Debbie Harry and Chris Stein of Blondie were honored as this year's Mermaid Queen and King Neptune.
Museum Mile Festival Returns With Free Admissions, Block PartyThe annual Museum Mile Festival on Tuesday night features free admission to seven major art centers along Fifth Avenue.
'Dear Evan Hansen' Takes Home Best Musical At 71st Annual Tony Awards"Dear Evan Hansen," the touching, heartfelt musical about young outsiders, became very popular as the Tony Awards reached its midpoint on Sunday, winning statuettes for best book, score, orchestrations and best featured actress.
Bette Midler's 'Hello, Dolly!' Leads A Season Of Successful Revivals On BroadwayThe 71st Annual Tony Awards are Sunday night, and one of the season's biggest Broadway stars is a familiar face to most.
Dozens Of Painted Pianos Set To Serenade The Streets Of New York CitySixty pianos painted by artists and performers will be placed around the Big Apple for anyone who wants to play them.