New York Department of Corrections spokeswoman Linda Foglia said Chapman is scheduled to be interviewed by members of the parole board this week and that they could make a decision by Thursday or Friday.
We don’t see them patrolling the streets, and they are not the cops who slap on the handcuffs. But the work done by the NYPD firearms forensics team is a key part of keeping city streets safe. CBS 2 recently got a behind-the-scenes look at the operation.
A website has published a letter purportedly written by Hollywood screenwriter Joe Eszterhas accusing Mel Gibson of “hating Jews” and of saying that he was glad John Lennon was killed.
The Rolling Stones aren’t the only musical group turning 50 this year. The Chieftains are also marking half a century, and will be celebrating it with a St. Patrick’s Day concert at Carnegie Hall.
Here are 4 of the best bars to have a beer and possibly bump into an all-star while you’re out.
Thursday marks 31 years since John Lennon was murdered in New York City. Here, we take a look at seven iconic spots from the rock legend’s life in the Big Apple.
WhyHunger’s 2011 Hungerthon, teaming up with media partners including CBS radio stations WCBS 880, 1010 WINS and WFAN, raised over $750,000.
Thanksgiving is only two days away, and today you can help people from going hungry.
A hint of autumnal Beatlemania was in the air Sunday as Paul McCartney, for the second time in his improbable life, climbed the steps of venerable Old Marylebone Town Hall to take himself a bride. The 69-year-old former Beatle appeared proud.
A New York City landlord has a message for the collector who recently sold the suit John Lennon wore on the cover of the Beatles’ “Abbey Road” album: You never give me your money.
Multi-platinum recording artist Taio Cruz will perform his own hit, “Falling in Love,” as well as one of John Lennon’s – “Imagine” during the Times Square New Years’ Eve celebration.
On the 30th anniversary of Lennon’s murder outside his Manhattan apartment building, admirers played his music nearby at Strawberry Fields and placed flowers on a mosaic named for his song “Imagine.”
Days before he was gunned down, John Lennon complained about his critics — saying they were just interested in “dead heroes” — and talked about his future, musing that he had “plenty of time” to accomplish some of his life goals.
With a peace and love march in Central Park and two films featuring the Beatles, Saturday was a day just to imagine.
The FBI has seized a set of John Lennon’s fingerprints from a Manhattan memorabilia shop.