The Rockettes have been a staple in New York City since 1932, but the behind the scenes magic isn’t normally shown to the public.
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Imagine for a minute Boomer and Craig reading “The Night Before Christmas” at Radio City Music Hall with the world famous Rockettes on hand.
The calendar says August, but that didn’t stop Santa Claus from visiting midtown Manhattan.
Christmas may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the world-famous Rockettes are taking a break.
Members of the Rockettes joined The Couch to help kick off the holiday season.
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Hundreds of young women from around the country will come to the city this week, prepared to kick their dance routines into high gear. They’re vying to appear with The Rockettes at the 2013 Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he’ll be joined by the high-kicking Rockettes for the Times Square crystal ball drop on New Year’s Eve.
The dance lesson was made possible by Madison Square Garden’s Garden of Dreams Foundation.
Tens of thousands of people gathered in Rockefeller Center on Tuesday night to watch the lighting of the country’s most famous Christmas tree
Here in New York, football is alive and well — the Jets and the Giants are both rolling.
With the Jets & Giants both in first place, it’s a good time to be a New York football fan.