Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that the proposal unveiled as a centerpiece of his State of the State speech isn’t going forward, but he hopes to have developers compete next year for a project that could include a casino.
It’s Earth Day, and New Yorkers are getting into the act. Magnolia Bakery on Bleecker Street got into the spirit of the day, celebrating with special cupcakes. For each cupcake sold, a dollar is donated to city parks.
The boat show is here this weekend and along with the multimillion dollar yachts, there are also a new variety of tech toys for the avid fisherman or a beginning mariner.
If you’re looking to beat the wintertime blues all you’ve got to do is head over to the Javits Center where the 107th annual New York Boat Show is making waves through this weekend.
A concrete-testing laboratory faked results for a LaGuardia Airport control tower, the new Yankee Stadium, the Lincoln Tunnel, a hospital and more than a dozen other projects around New York City, according to an indictment.
If you’ve got your eye on some new wheels, you should head over to the Javits Center for the New York International Auto Show, which runs from April 22 to May 1.
The New York Times Travel Show on Saturday had the Javits Center explored all of your options. There was something there for everyone: From vacation home rentals to travel in Asia and Caribbean to cruises to Alaska.
A life-size Johnny Depp as pirate Captain Jack Sparrow made entirely of Legos was just one attraction at Manhattan’s International Toy Fair Monday.
An accessories show at the Javits Center will continue as scheduled on Sunday after a fire broke out there on Saturday evening.
From the Jets to the boats, the New York Boat Show is under way at the Javits Center and one of the festival’s attractions is in studio: Russell Newberry of the Deadliest Catch.
NEW YORK (CBS 2) — The American Kennel Club (AKC) and the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) teamed up to bring 160 breeds of dogs, 41 breeds of cats and much more to the Javits Center […]
Hundreds of men, women and children of all ages lined up at the West Side’s Javits Center as early as 2 a.m. on Thursday for one goal: show Paula Abdul that they can dance.