Celebrate Passover with your loved ones with these sweets, holiday specials and family-friendly events in New York City.
Celebrate the day that turns everybody Irish by taking a cooking course, enjoying a historical walking tour, dining on Irish grub, rocking out to live music – or all of the above. These are our favorite ways to celebrate St. Patty’s Day in the city.
Come one, come all! It’s circus season in the Tri-State area, as four major productions hit our area over the next month. From the traditional productions to modern and soul-infused acts, find ticket and tour information here.
The annual hops celebration returns to New York City on February 22, when New York City Brewers Guild will bring together all twelve NYC craft breweries, along with nationally and internationally renowned breweries.
Bring Bourbon Street to the Big Apple by booking your Mardi Gras dinner at one of these five venues, serving up everything from collard greens to jambalaya.
As celebrities and fashion moguls descend upon New York for Fashion Week, you don’t have to have a ticket to the hottest runway show to rub elbows with the famous folk.
Where to eat and drink during the event’s fashionable festivities.
Not an industry exec, but want to take part in New York Fashion Week festivities? Whether you’re a fashion blogger or just a runway fan, you can add these open-to-the-public events to your schedule for NYFW to join in on the week’s glamour, style and fun.
This weekend New York City’s Department of Parks and Recreation sponsors its annual Winter Jam, including live entertainment, snowshoeing, and animal tracking demos. But don’t worry if you can’t make it to Central Park – there’s plenty of winter fun to be had in the five boroughs all season long.
Take your date to one of these restaurants, bars or fun activities to get close (or hot and bothered) this season.
Ring in the New Year with the one’s you love – including the littlest ones in your family. Check out these NYC family-friendly events to celebrate New Year’s Eve and Near Year’s Day together.
The thought of being stuck in Times Square in the freezing cold – among crazed tourists – and without a bathroom in sight is, well, scary. You know better than that.
Staying in New York City to celebrate the holidays this year? Spend your time relaxing, shopping and site seeing a like a tourist the only way New Yorkers know how – the local way.
There is so much to experience throughout New York during the holidays. If bundling up indoors with a mug of hot chocolate just isn’t your thing, here are six of the City’s best holiday light displays to explore.
At CBSNewYork.com, we want to know: What are you grateful for this Thanksgiving?
Miley Cyrus performs during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards.
The ‘Today’ show reported that more than 18,000 fans showed up to catch a glimpse of the young pop stars.
More than 100 hot air balloons were on display at the 31st Annual Quick Chek NJ Festival of Ballooning.