A well-known charity for heroes is building a home for a U.S. Marine Corps veteran on Long Island.
The two-time Tony Award winners are part of an ensemble cast in the comedy “It’s Only a Play.”
Boaters can expect big crowds for the last of the big summer holidays. That also means increased hazards on the water.
Nathan Lane and the late Robin Williams are remembered by many adoring fans for their roles in the 1996 movie “The Birdcage.” Lane recently talked with CBS 2’s Dana Tyler about his former co-star’s death.
Experts warn that some of the hundreds of cars that were flooded out on Long Island roadways this week could eventually show up back on the market with no evidence that they had been water-logged.
Robin Williams committed suicide by hanging himself with a belt at his San Francisco Bay Area home, sheriff’s officials said Tuesday.
Sen. Charles Schumer is proposing legislation to ban powdered alcohol and calling on retailers to boycott its sale when the product hits stores as early as next month.
CBS 2’s Dana Tyler interviewed Zak Resnick, who plays the role of the successful yet struggling musician in “Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story.”
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.