Two-time Tony Award winner Patti LuPone is back on a Midtown stage, but not in the bright lights of Broadway.
Residents near the Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood, where toxic materials were recently discovered, said they’re worried about the health of their families.
It was a field of dreams for everyone in Baldwin Harbor on Wednesday, when seniors from the Bristal All-Stars showed children from a Town of Hempstead summer camp how to pitch, catch, and more.
“Here Lives Love” is about the Filipino passion, power and politics of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos.
The senator is calling for the improved notification system following three recent burglaries in which suspects posed as National Grid utility workers to gain access to customers’ homes.
The actor’s son, Peter Wallach, confirmed Wednesday that his father passed away Tuesday evening in New York from natural causes.
Brian Stokes Mitchell has enjoyed an illustrious career on Broadway. But the Tony Award winner only made his debut at Shakespeare in the Park this month.
Shirley Cunningham guides pedestrians through a busy intersection with a little dance she said is inspired by a classic children’s song always playing on her headset.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Modern dance returns to Lincoln Center this month. The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater runs through June 22. It’s the renowned dance company’s second year performing at the iconic venue. MORE: Info […]
The legendary stage and screen actress was 91.
In Long Beach, some revolutionary new fire hydrants have been turning a lot of heads.
Join CBS 2’s Dana Tyler as she covers the most anticipated awards of the night; chats with Tony nominees, including Neil Patrick Harris, Audra McDonald, and Tony Shalhoub; tours the stage of “Aladdin;” and a whole lot more.
This year’s list of Tony nominees include big name TV stars taking on very different roles and stage veterans taking on new challenges. CBS 2’s Dana Tyler sat down with some of this year’s Tony nominees ahead of the big night.
“Beautiful — The Carole King Musical” is about the legendary singer-songwriter, but it’s also about growing up, says the Broadway actress who has earned a Tony Award nomination for playing King.
For nine years, Neil Patrick Harris played unabashed ladies’ man Barney Stinson on the smash CBS comedy “How I Met Your Mother.” His Broadway comeback role as Hedwig could not be more different.