The 13th annual ‘Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Run’ will be held on Sunday. The event started as a grass-roots remembrance and fundraiser named for the FDNY firefighter.
New Yorkers will be ponying up to Trump Rink this weekend for the first ever Central Park Horse show, a combination of sport and show meant to appeal to the masses.
On Sunday morning, thousands of people will converge on Central Park with one goal, to defeat breast cancer.
Imagine an elaborate, flash mob, dinner party with thousands of your new-found friends. It’s one of the biggest summer events in New York City, and it’s all a mystery until guests arrive.
The event marked the final time this season that Park Avenue and Lafayette Street were closed to cars and trucks.
The New York City Department of Transportation held its first ‘Summer Streets’ event on Saturday.
It’s a big week for Long Island’s most famous hotel as it celebrates its 140th anniversary, WCBS 880’s Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reported.
Grab your walking shoes and your subway card and get ready to experience the American debut of a rolling art exhibit.
Exhibitors have come from around the world to the tri-state area to show New Yorkers what’s next in the world of food.
It is a viral campaign on Twitter that leaves hints to free cash, and now it is coming to New York.
The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, joint producers of the show, will host the glittery ceremony from Radio City Music Hall. It will be broadcast live by CBS.
Puerto Rican pride is being celebrated this weekend. The popular 116th Street festival kicked off the celebrations on Saturday.
There are 30,000 Americans living with cystic fibrosis, a life threatening disease that affects the lungs and digestive system.
There is no vaccine or drug that prevents or treats the virus and there is no way to test for it. The CDC said that tests are being developed and that therapy can treat some symptoms.
On Sunday, thousands of people will walk through Manhattan to raise awareness for cystic fibrosis.
Fans around the Tri-State area have donned their jersey’s and applied their face paint for a night of hard hitting NFL action.
The parade, held every year since 1929, honors Italian Americans’ contributions to New York City and draws around million spectators and 35,000 marchers.