After the skies clear and the water recedes, the human response to a disaster on the order of Hurricane Sandy is to give back. Here are five great ways to do so in New York City right now.
If you have questions about voting after the storm, we have all the information you need on relocated polling sites, absentee ballots and voting by email or fax in some states.
Whether you’re the adventurous type and would rather walk through a haunted house by yourself or frightfully need someone by your side to navigate through the darkness and creepy-crawlies, New York has something for everyone.
A 24-hour soccer marathon will take place in New Jersey this weekend in an effort to raise money for colon cancer research and advocacy.
CBSNewYork has scoped out Brooklyn’s new Barclays Center, set to open Friday night with a performance from Jay-Z. Here is all you need to know about coming, going — and everything in between.
As fall weather sweeps in and baking season sneaks up, it’s the perfect time to hit up your local greenmarket. New York City’s markets are the perfect places to find the best fresh local produce, but that’s not all they have to offer.
Take in the autumn weather in New Jersey, where the bounty of festivals will keep you and your friends and family busy each weekend with fall and holiday themed activities.
Happy New Year! Or should we say, L’Shana Tova? Rosh Hashanah, the Hebrew new year and one of the High Holidays in Judaism, began at sundown Sunday night.
The steakhouse inspired by the Bronx Bombers will host a charity wine dinner on Thursday to raise money for the fight against hunger and poverty in the United States.
New York Fashion Week will kick off on Sept. 6 with the fourth annual Fashion’s Night Out. As editors, designers, models and fashion fanatics stylishly flood the streets and stores, you won’t want to miss the night’s highlights.
New York Fashion Week kicks off this week and while most shows, parties and after-parties are exclusive (read: “by invitation only”), there are a few events open to out-of-the-industry fashionistas.
Yes, summer’s coming to a close – but don’t sweat it. Food festival season has hardly begun, as the city’s food lovers are rejoicing for a slew of events about to take place. Here are a few events that you should definitely get your tickets to.
Pop-up shops seemed like a hot trend in New York City a few years ago, but have become a hip staple akin to food trucks and “secret” bars. As the summer is coming to a close, we’ve nailed down the best pop up shops to check out in the city, whether you’re looking for the latest fashions, family fun or delicious eats.
Organizers at the Rockland Jewish Community Center estimate 2,000 athletes, coaches, volunteers and fans from all across the world will be in the Lower Hudson Valley for the week-long event.
Few things say ‘summer’ in New York like the food festivals. The next few weeks are bringing several food truck festivals to our area. Clear you calendar and save your appetite. Let’s take a look at the highlights.
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.