Jewish Holiday Of Purim Looks A Little Different Due To PandemicAs CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports, games are being played out of a car, hence the Purim "car-nival" at Congregation Kol Ami in White Plains.
Ash Wednesday Traditions Altered This Year, With Renewed Focus On Helping OthersChristians are called on to fast, help the needy, practice good deeds, and give something up. But this year with so much lost, sentiments have shifted.
COVID Cannot Stop Love: Couples Renew Vows In Times Square, Eat Inside On Valentine's DaySunday was Valentine's Day, love was in the air and the coronavirus pandemic did not stop celebrations.
Long Island Couple Who Both Beat COVID-19 Renew Vows For Valentine's DayGrace and Charlie Limbach, of North Hempstead, have been married for nearly four decades. They say by renewing their vows, it symbolizes love persevering through the pandemic.
Lunar New Year Celebrations Underway With Hope For Brighter Days In Year Of The OxThe Lunar New Year begins with a chance to start fresh and spend time with loved ones in the hopes of good things to come in the year of the Ox.
Grinch Sends Anonymous Letters To Bethpage Residents Demanding Christmas Decorations Be Taken Down; Neighbors Respond: 'Mind Your Own Business'One neighbor says her father and aunt became sick with COVID-19 just before Christmas, and both later passed away. The anonymous letter complaining about her decorations arrived in the midst of their grief.
Remembering MLK: 3 Friends Who Spent Time In Jail Now Give Back To Underserved Communities With Food Delivery BusinessFrom serving time to serving up meals all over the country, on this Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day three men have defied the odds.
Remembering MLK: While Progress Has Been Made, Divides Civil Rights Giant Fought To End Still Exist TodayDr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy extends far beyond a day or a speech.
Remembering MLK: Jewish School, Catholic School In New Jersey Start Program Discussing Cultural DifferencesDr. Martin Luther King Jr. dreamed of a country where everyone came together.
MLK Day Of Service Takes On New Meaning As Communities Face Staggering Food InsecurityThe holiday challenges people to find ways to improve their communities, and this year many are finding that opportunity at their local food pantries.
Love In The Time Of COVID: Dating Apps Flourishing As Lonely Singles Scramble In Advance Of Valentine's DayIt is a big day for dating. So big, it has been dubbed "Dating Sunday."
Experts Caution Against Harsh New Year's Resolutions: 'Less Egoic, More Enriching'Mental health experts say people should not pick any resolutions that tap into shame they feel about themselves.
Crews Get To Work Cleaning Up Confetti After New Year's Eve In Times SquareSanitation workers and officers swept up about 20 to 30 tons of confetti -- that's compared to 60 tons last year.
Photos: Ringing In New Year In Nearly Empty Times SquareA select group of frontline workers and VIP guests had Times Square to themselves to ring in 2021.
New Year's Eve Countdown: Times Square Nearly Empty, Save For Select Frontline Workers And VIP GuestsFor almost 120 years, Times Square has been the center of worldwide attention on New Year's Eve. But this year, it's closed to the public to stop the spread of COVID-19.