“Mother Africa” features a diverse cast of more than two dozen acrobats, musicians and dancers hailing from nine different countries throughout Africa.
Dig Inn wants New Yorkers to eat their vegetables. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis visited the restaurant’s West Village location.
There’s a new, interactive pop-up shop in Nolita that’s filled with gadgets you can try before you buy.
Melinda Kanter, of Deer Park, made it to the finals of this year’s gift wrapping contest.
The 17th Annual Scotch Most Gifted Wrapper Contest returned to Bryant Park Friday morning, where eight gifted wrappers — including a celebrity wrapper from Long Island– competed in “wrap-offs.”
At Nino’s Restaurant, you can sink your teeth into a $1000 pizza, or sample one of Derek Jeter’s favorite dishes.
Hundreds of people were out making sure Thursday that people in need could get a hot meal on Thanksgiving.
The donations will help hundreds of thousands of families still facing hardship one year after Superstorm Sandy.
TV 10-55′s Alex Denis visited The Black Tree on Orchard Street. The Lower East Side restaurant is known for its seasonal ingredients, meaning that their menu is constantly changing.
TV 10-55’s Alex Denis got a special peek at the new show “Let’s Celebrate!” which features Alice and the Mad Hatter, the Disney princesses and Buzz Lightyear.
Most people know the Great Lawn, Bethesda Fountain and the Central Park Zoo, but WLNY’s Alex Denis stopped by the park Wednesday morning to check out some of its hidden treasures.
New York is a city obsessed with pizza, and this month comes a book by a pizza connoisseur, Scott Wiener. He has also been documenting and collecting the boxes his pizza comes in. He shared his impressive collection with the Mobile Couch.
It is one of the most acclaimed performing arts series for families and kids in New York City — and the country. Taking place at Symphony Space, The Treehouse Shakers will perform on Nov. 9 as part of the series.
This Halloween you can own a piece of history all while rocking an original look. A vintage store is selling one-of-a-kind costumes from the New York City Opera.
For the past 15 years the Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield blimp has become a community regular, CBS 2’s Alex Denis reported.