Alex Denis checks out Wink Brow Bar in Greenwich Village to find out about the $19 instant face lift and the advantages of threading over waxing your brows.
“Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame” combines sports, history, and culture into an exciting, interactive exhibition, according to the center’s website.
The ASPCA says to never let your dog off the leash on snow or ice, especially during a snowstorm. Dogs can lose their scent and become lost.
The J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions kicked off at Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall on Friday.
The 25th Annual New York Care Coat Drive is ending in less than a month and the need for donations remains high.
The program encourages teens to donate their gently worn jeans — any size, color and brand — to other teens in need.
“DiNO-Light,” a new light show at Symphony Space, blends puppetry, technology and dance to tell the tale of a dinosaur that discovers the true meaning of love.
The city’s first ice bar, located at the New York Hilton Midtown on Sixth Avenue, is celebrating every hour on the hour as the world celebrates 2014.
“Mother Africa” features a diverse cast of more than two dozen acrobats, musicians and dancers hailing from nine different countries throughout Africa.
The 17th Annual Scotch Most Gifted Wrapper Contest returned to Bryant Park Friday morning, where eight gifted wrappers — including a celebrity wrapper from Long Island– competed in “wrap-offs.”
At Nino’s Restaurant, you can sink your teeth into a $1000 pizza, or sample one of Derek Jeter’s favorite dishes.
The village includes an estimated 1,900 lbs. of icing, 400 lbs. of candy, and 500 lbs. of gingerbread dough. It is comprised of 152 gingerbread houses, 65 trees, four gingerbread cable cars, five gingerbread train cars, an underground candy subway station, candy trees and sugar signage.
The holiday season at the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre begins soon. TV 10-55′s Alex Denis visited the dance school for a first look at this year’s show.
The donations will help hundreds of thousands of families still facing hardship one year after Superstorm Sandy.
TV 10-55′s Alex Denis got a special peek at the new show “Let’s Celebrate!” which features Alice and the Mad Hatter, the Disney princesses and Buzz Lightyear.