Paris Hilton Opens Up To Drew Barrymore About Abuse Suffered At Boarding School: 'I've Had Severe Nightmares Since I Was A Teen'Paris Hilton talked with "The Drew Barrymore Show" about the alleged physical, verbal and emotional abuse that she endured while attending boarding school as a teenager.
Bad Bunny Performs Atop Truck Driving Through New York CityThe surprise concert was Bad Bunny's first of 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Bronx-Born Desus Nice And The Kid Mero On Remaking Late-Night TVCBS2's Maurice DuBois talks with Desus and Mero, who're changing the game of late-night television.
Lady Gaga, Lost... And Found: Pop Star On Release Of 6th Straight #1 Album And Overcoming 'Darkness' Of Living In The SpotlightLady Gaga's sixth straight #1 album, Chromatica, explores the pain that covered her career and fame she grew to hate, and helped her reclaim the woman behind the persona.
Broadway Actor Nick Cordero's Birthday Celebrated With Posthumous Concert Album ReleaseActor and Broadway star Nick Cordero would have turned 42 on Thursday, and to commemorate his birthday, an album is being released showcasing his cabaret act.
Front-Line Emergency Room Workers Raise Money For The Actors Fund With 'Brave Hearts For Broadway'More than 120 volunteers from around the world donated thousands of hours and a whole lot of love to make Let Us Entertain You possible.
Virtual New York Fashion Week Featuring Designers With Life During The Pandemic On Their MindsOne show that COVID-19 is not canceling is New York Fashion Week. Some of the world’s top designers are showing virtually, but a few are still making it happen in-person.
Notorious B.I.G. Crown Sells For Nearly $600,000 At Sotheby's 1st Hip-Hop AuctionSotheby's might not be the first place you would expect to see hip-hop memorabilia, but it became the first major international auction house to dedicate an entire collection to it.
'The Drew Barrymore Show' Premieres On CBS2The Empire State Building celebrated 'The Drew Barrymore Show' premiere with yellow lights Monday night.
Sen. Schumer, Seinfeld Combine Forces, Call On Feds To Help Save City Entertainment Venues Hurt By COVID-19An effort to save live entertainment venues in New York City is being pushed by a senator and a TV legend.
Kool & The Gang Co-Founder Ronald Bell Dies At 68Bell was a self-taught musician who founded the iconic band with his brother, Robert "Kool" Bell, in 1964 in Jersey City.
Ralph Macchio On 'Cobra Kai': 'It's A True Continuation Of The Karate Kid'Macchio chats about the new season of "Cobra Kai" and his experience with Robert De Niro on Broadway.
'The Rock' Thanks N.J. Volunteer Firefighters With Surprise GiftsIt was a special delivery. A New Jersey fire station received a gift from a very popular superstar.
Local Artists Rally In Times Square For Coronavirus Relief From Congress: 'It's Just Not Enough'The group says the arts community is a big part of the American economy and without it, the country will struggle to recover.
'Carnival Is Freedom:' New Yorkers Celebrate Caribbean Culture By Moving Party OnlineSeveral computers are making sure the show, that features artists and entertainment from all over the world, stays live.