A man was slashed in an attack on busy Broadway in Inwood in broad daylight Wednesday.
Police on Wednesday were seeking two women in connection with a string of thefts from businesses in Queens and Brooklyn.
The Show Must Go On: NYC Public Schools Reopen Wednesday; Broadway Performances Back On Tuesday Evening
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday that New York City public schools will reopen on Wednesday, a day after a blizzard forecast left NYC with far less snow than predicted, and despite his son Dante’s efforts to convince him they should be closed.
A woman was struck and injured by an ambulance in Midtown late Friday.
The Tony Award-winning hit musical “Beautiful,” based on the life of legendary singer Carole King in the 70s, is in search of a new star.
A man was struck and killed Friday evening by an elevated subway train in Astoria, Queens.
Musical theatre legend Chita Rivera has gotten an early present for her 82nd birthday – a musical she has long championed is coming to Broadway with her as the star.
Producers said early Tuesday that the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter’s Broadway musical “The Last Ship” will close when he leaves the show Jan. 24.
Theater-goers were generous to Broadway producers this holiday season, with 19 of the current 36 shows breaking the $1 million mark for the week and almost 30,000 more people in the seats than last Christmastime.
A husband was pleading Wednesday night for help to catch the hit-and-run truck driver who hit his wife and son as they walked to the boy’s pre-school on the Upper West Side.
The “Transformers” star pleaded guilty in September to disorderly conduct charges stemming from an incident at a Broadway show this summer.
One person suffered minor injuries when a tour bus slammed into sidewalk scaffolding in Lower Manhattan Tuesday evening.
Sunday marked the opening night for “The Last Ship,” a brand new musical with music and lyrics by Sting.
Billy Porter calls his play a love letter to the women who raised him in a very religious household at a time when it was not easy to come out as a gay man.
A former stockbroker who admitted conning the Broadway producers of “Rebecca” has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison.