The event will feature free yoga, kickboxing and Zumba classes. Health screenings will also be available.
“Dust” again features the beloved characted Dr. Kay Scarpetta, a world-renowned forensic pathologist.
“Finding Malone” is about locating a veteran whose helmet Dennis Mansfield’s dad gave him when he was 15. But it’s just as much about the relationship between veterans and the family they leave behind.
“Rasputin’s Shadow” comes from the same brain that produced “The Last Templar.”
The Alloro Collection features clothing and accessories tailored for women who’ve had breast cancer surgery, chemotherapy or radiation.
This week’s summer Beach Reads is the latest from international best-seller Douglas Kennedy.
This week’s summer Beach Reads title is a thriller debut novel that puts forth a new theory about the assassination of JFK.
“The Secrets Of Lost Cats: One Woman, Twenty Posters and a New Understanding Of Love” was inspired by author Nancy Davidson’s search for her lost cat, Zack.
“Joshua’s Ring” is the true story of a teenage boy who, after dying from a brief illness, continues to let his mother, Rose, know he’s still around.
The book looks at post-revolutionary Iran in the early 1980s and follows the children of the political activists who were jailed.
A new thriller from author Steve Berry, featuring his recurring character Cotton Malone is based on the legend that Queen Elizabeth I may not have been who everyone thought SHE was.
Are you heading out to the beach this summer and looking for something to read? WCBS 880 is back with its Beach Reads series. Every Thursday, look for a new recommendation.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg passed away around 4 a.m. Monday at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell due to complications from viral pneumonia, his office said.
The March For Babies is the signature event of the March Of Dimes, whose focus is fighting to find causes and solutions to premature births.
The opening line of the book is “I sat in the back pew and watched the only woman I would ever love marry another man.”