At Craig’s encouragement, our very own Jerry Recco decided to smash his own face into one of the cakes, which in theory seemed like a harmless gesture.
Babe Ruth began his career 100 years ago today as a member of the Red Sox. No doubt, it’s a big, big deal. You can go to CBS Boston for that.
This Thursday, I’ll join the many who’ll give thanks for all that gives meaning and joy to our lives. On that day, Nov. 28, I’ll also be celebrating my 40th anniversary as this station’s Catholic commentator.
A half-century later, the assassination still stirs quiet sadness in the baby boom generation that remembers it as the beginning of a darker, more cynical time.
Some Brooklyn students were set to head to Washington, D.C., this week, to participate in the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address.
A debate scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed one night to honor the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, at the request of both mayoral candidates Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota.
Tuesday marks the 92nd birthday of the first ever radio broadcast in New York City. That first broadcast was of the Jack Dempsey heavyweight fight on July 2, 1921.
“The Japanese planned for an earthquake that was the biggest for 1,000 years. Well they got one. They got one that was 1,100 years,” said Marilyn Ele of the Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition.
The City marked a grim anniversary on Saturday, 10 years after an explosion rocked a burning hardware store in Long Island City, killing three firefighters.
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon celebrated their third anniversary with another milestone–becoming parents to a baby girl and boy.
The magnitude 7.0 earthquake on Jan. 12, 2010, killed more than 230,000.
Saturday was a bittersweet anniversary in New York, as it marked one full year since the passage of Leandra’s Law. The bill was named for a child killed while riding in the care of a drunk driver.
On this ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, dueling demonstrations were held just steps from ground zero.
As a nation remembers those killed in the World Trade Center nine years ago, a renewed call is made for religious tolerance.
Hundreds of couples donned sailor’s hats and nurses caps and smooched in Times Square on Saturday to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the end of World War II.