'Dear New York' Special To Air On CBS2 Dec. 26 At 7 p.m.The program is produced by the John A. Reisenbach Foundation (JAR), an organization dedicated to making New York a better and safer city.
'Sopranos' Cast Set For Virtual Reunion FridayEdie Falco, Lorraine Bracco, Vincent Pastore and Jaime-Lynn Sigler and among those taking part in the Q&A session. 
Charley Pride, Groundbreaking Country Music Star, Has Died At Age 86Charley Pride, country music's first Black star whose rich baritone on such hits as "Kiss an Angel Good Morning" helped sell millions of records and made him the first Black member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, has died.
Harvey Weinstein To Remain In New York Prison After Judge Postpones Extradition HearingHis attorneys and prosecutors reached an agreement to delay sending the disgraced movie mogul to California to face sex assault charges there.
Olivia Jade Giannulli Opens Up About Family’s ‘Big Mistake’ In College Admissions ScamOlivia Jade Giannulli is opening up about the college admissions scandal that landed her parents, actress Lori Loughlin and designer Mossimo Giannulli, in prison.
Remembering John Lennon, 40 Years After He Was KilledTuesday marks 40 years since one of the greatest tragedies in the music world.
The Show Must Go On: Brooklyn Nutcracker To Be Performed In Socially Distant FashionA pandemic Nutcracker has gotten scaled back, with a new spin: Dancers behind glass and the audience outside, looking in.
Artist Shantell Martin On 2020 Beyond The Streets Virtual Art FairThe artist discusses this weekend's virtual Beyond The Streets art fair and the NYC art scene.
Connecticut Native Luke Greenfield Discusses New Movie 'Half Brothers'The Westport, Connecticut native discusses his new movie "Half Brothers" and the movie that put him on the map "The Girl Next Door."
Elliot Page, Oscar Nominated Star Of 'Juno,' 'Inception' And More, Comes Out As TransgenderIn a powerful social media post, Elliot Page, formerly known as Ellen Page, wrote "My joy is real, but it is also fragile."
Broadway Costume Designers Make PPE While Waiting For The Great White Way's ReturnThousands of people are out of work. Despite their struggles, some costume makers are volunteering to help others. 
Broadway Lights May Be Dark, But Stars Still Light Up Covenant House's Virtual 'Sleep Out'The creative community has rallied to help Covenant House, a shelter for homeless and troubled young people on 10th Avenue, in Broadway's backyard. 
New York Rapper Benny The Butcher Shot During Attempted Robbery In HoustonThe rapper from Buffalo, New York is part of the hip-hop group Griselda and last month released his second studio album, “Burden of Proof."
Suspect Accused Of Randomly Punching Actor Rick Moranis ArrestedThe incident happened on Oct. 1 on Central Park West near West 70th Street.
Iconic ‘Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer’ Christmas Special Puppets Sell For $368K At AuctionThe 11-inch Santa and 6-inch Rudolph were among several figures used to make the 1964 stop-motion animated TV special.