NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – New York City Opera said the company will file for bankruptcy protection and wind down operations after failing to raise enough money to stage the rest of its season. “It’s very […]
The New York City Opera could be going silent after this weekend if it does not collect a total of $7 million.
The 70-year-old company says it plans to file for bankruptcy and scrap the bulk of its 2013-14 season unless it somehow manages to reach its $7 million fundraising goal by Monday.
The Halloween Parade has been an annual tradition in Greenwich Village for four decades. Last year, Superstorm Sandy forced the last-minute cancellation of the event.
The New York City Opera company said this weekend that it will have to suspend its season unless it raises $7 million by the end of the month.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal took a trip to Brooklyn to uncover the borough’s rich history and take a bite out of its booming restaurant scene, among other things.
While many people celebrate their birthday and college graduation with a loud party, one graduate of Yale University has decided on a quieter approach.
Organizers of the Brooklyn event raised the money they needed to hold this year’s event on June 22.
“New York Day” was shot during four trips to New York City in 2011 and 2013 and the photographer hopes to produce a roughly 26-minute video showcasing whe calls “the urban and natural landscape of the world’s greatest city.”
Funeral services were held today for 22-year-old Marina Keegan. She was killed in a car crash near her Wayland, Massachusetts home on May 26.
What if you could take a picture of the New York skyline today, ten years after 9/11, and see the Twin Towers where they once stood?
New York City is known for, among other things, well, how do we say this, its scents – both the good and the bad.