CBS2 Spotlight: Brooklyn Sisters Behind 'Ladies Of Skyy' Still Spreading Love And Happiness For FansEach week, CBS2's Elise Finch will be shining the spotlight on an artist or group. First up, three sisters known as the "Ladies of Skyy."
Met Season To Open With First-Ever Opera By Black Composer“Fire,” with a score by jazz trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard, will be the first opera by a Black musician presented at the Met in its 138 years.
Melvin Van Peebles, Godfather Of Black Cinema, Dies At 89In statement, his family said that Van Peebles, father of the actor-director Mario Van Peebles, died Tuesday evening at his home in Manhattan.
R. Kelly Does Not Take Stand In New York Sex Trafficking CaseThis week, Kelly's attorneys presented witnesses who said they never saw Kelly abuse women.
Actor Willie Garson, Best Known For 'Sex And The City,' Dies At 57The New Jersey native was best known for his role as Carrie Bradshaw's friend, Stanford Blatch. 
'Come From Away' Latest Broadway Hit To Welcome Back Audiences"Come From Away" tells the story of the dozens of planes diverted to Gander, Newfoundland on September 11, 2001, and the kindness and support the passengers received from the locals. 
Photo Gallery: 73rd Primetime Emmy AwardsThe stars were out in force on the red carpet for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Broadway Performers Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month With Viva Broadway PerformanceBroadway performers were out in the streets of Times Square on Saturday for a free event.
After Almost 2 Years, New York Philharmonic Returns For 180th SeasonAfter an 18-month intermission, the Philharmonic finally played for an audience once again.
September 17th Declared Nick Cordero Day In New York In Honor Of Broadway Actor Who Died From COVID"Waitress" star Sara Bareilles accepted the proclamation at the Barrymore Theatre. Cordero was in the original Broadway cast of the show.
'Curtain Up!' Festival Celebrating Broadway's Return Kicks Off In Times Square: 'We're All Just Feeling This Joy Together'The festival will include performances and appearances from the casts of 18 Broadway shows.