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Helen Mirren, who won an Oscar in 2006 for playing Queen Elizabeth in “The Queen” is nominated for a Tony for playing Elizabeth again in “The Audience.”
Kelly Lynch, associate legal counsel for the NHL, said the league has seen shoddy knockoffs that simply fall apart and even errors that could make fans look foolish.
Christian Blauvelt, deputy culture editor of BBC.com, stopped by the CBS2 studios to discuss with Andrea Grymes some of the hot movies hitting theaters this summer, including “Magic Mike XXL,” “Spy” and “Jurassic World.”
In this edition of “Furry Friend Finder,” CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock and Diane Macedo introduce us to Danielle and Xena, who are looking for homes.
The group is posting the conversations on the website WeAreAlwaysListening.com as its way of protesting what it says is unlawful mass surveillance.
Regular health insurance may not cover services outside of the United States. That’s where travel insurance comes in.
The fire broke out at around 5 p.m. at Marion Towers on First Street, CBS2 reported.
The long Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the summer driving season and beach season.
The body was found floating in the water near where 46-year-old Vincent Viafore went missing while kayaking with his fiancée on April 19.
Brendan Fay, founder of the St. Pat’s For All parade in Queens, said the vote also sends a message to the city’s larger Fifth Avenue St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
The artist Jacob Lawrence was only 23 years old in 1941 when he made his series, called “The Migration of the Negro,” telling the story in abstract, stylized paintings full of color, movement and words.
A Long Island soccer coach who allegedly threatened the father of one of the children on his team was arraigned Saturday.
Last Saturday, police said a gray Mazda CX-9 heading south on Logan Avenue toward Dewey Avenue struck a 12-year-old boy who was running on the street opposite 518 Logan Ave.
Richard Williams, 26, is charge with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death, police said.