More than 110,000 people in New York City are infected with HIV, more than in any other U.S. city and about 75 percent of all cases in the state.
“If I didn’t have this car, I’d be in trouble, because I use it to transport all of my goods.” – Cynthia and her Ford Windstar
Stevie Wonder will be honored Monday night at the Apollo Theater’s annual spring gala.
For many Japanese Americans, including Kiyo Taka, one of the most painful parts of the devastating situation in Japan is being so far away from their loved ones.
To help you find something for the family, Time Out New York Kids Executive Editor Rory Halperin joined CBS 2’s Otis Livingston live in the studio for the details.
Now’s your chance to see Louis Armstrong’s trumpet or B.B. King’s guitar at an exhibit showcasing the Apollo Theater’s illustrious history.
The exhibit, “Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing,” will run from Feb. 8 to May 1.
President and CEO Jonelle Procope said they will help guide the vision, programming and fundraising of the legendary musical theater.
Paul McCartney will perform at the famed Apollo Theater next month — a first for the singing legend.
Prince will be embarking on a multi-city tour, called Welcome 2 America, starting “on a purple day in December 2010″ in New York City.