Two young women waitressing at a greasy spoon diner strike up an unlikely friendship in the hopes of launching a successful business – if only they can raise the cash.
Tired of tube socks and fried funnel cakes? Scare up some Halloween fun, participate in art walks, show off your pets or learn some fascinating New York history instead.
Just a few of the events for the whole family going on in the city this autumn.
It’s not time to head indoors just yet. Here are CBSNewYork’s picks for the best autumn activities, fairs and festivals taking place in the Garden State this fall.
Fall may officially be one week away but with temperatures dropping nearly 40 degrees since Wednesday it feels like the seasons have already changed.
Labor Day comes at a unique time of year. Caught between two seasons, we’re left picking sides: do we try to Hold On To Summer or Embrace Fall?
There are just three more summer weekends left before school starts. So have you banged out everything on your summer “to-do” list?
Fighting a fire will rely on sprinkler systems and internal pipes, as well as scores of firefighters working from inside the building.
Police say an 86-year-old Brooklyn woman was killed after apparently falling out of her 10th floor apartment window.
The man apparently was trying to gain access to his mother’s apartment, where he once lived. The mother was away on vacation.
A 2-year-old Bronx girl was rushed to Jacobi Hospital with head trauma after falling from a fifth floor apartment window Monday morning, officials said.
Revel was expected to create 2,000 construction jobs and about 5,500 permanent jobs once the facility is open.
Recession-pummeled construction workers expect to see a year and a half of steady work on the casino project, while residents hope they’ll be able to land one of the estimated 5,500 permanent jobs the casino and hotel will create.
Finishing Revel has long been seen as the single biggest move the nation’s second-largest gambling market could do to fight back against regional casinos popping up all around them.
Many area residents took extra precautions Tuesday night and stayed off the roads, but those who did venture out saw a glimpse of what’s expected to come in time for the Wednesday morning commute.