New York City Officials Focus On Efforts To Overcome COVID Vaccine HesitancyThe move comes as demand for COVID shots is softening nationwide. About 3 million people are getting vaccinated daily - an 11% decrease in the seven-day average.
Hayden Planetarium's Space Theater Reopens WednesdayTimed entry tickets must be reserved in advance, and capacity is limited to 48 guests per show.
Need A Remote Learning Break? CBS2 Has Suggestions For Winter Break Fun In Age Of COVID-19It's winter break and parents want to give their kids a break from technology. But they are finding the outdoor options are a little different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
New York City Gyms Reopen With New Safety RulesAlso in New York City, the American Museum of Natural History reopens Wednesday.
Scientists Project Asteroid To Approach Earth On Eve Of Election DayScientists are tracking Asteroid 2018VP1. There are no pictures of it flying through space since it's quite small, by the universe's standard.
Gov. Cuomo Gives Bowling Alleys, Museums OK To Reopen With Limited CapacityGov. Andrew Cuomo is finally giving the green light to bowling alleys across the state and museums in New York City. But, there are still restrictions.
American Museum Of Natural History Planning September Reopening, Awaiting Approval From City And StateThe dates are pending approval from New York State and the city, which have not officially given a green light for museums to reopen.
Controversial Statue Of Theodore Roosevelt To Be Removed From Front Of American Museum Of Natural History; New Yorkers ReactMove the iconic statue of former New York Gov. and our 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt. That's the request from the American Museum of Natural History.
Mayor De Blasio: NYC Supports Removal Of Theodore Roosevelt Statue Outside Of Museum Of Natural HistoryThe statue of Theodore Roosevelt outside of the Museum of Natural History is coming down.
Coronavirus Cuts: American Museum Of Natural History Announces Staff Layoffs, FurloughsThe coronavirus pandemic has meant big changes for everyone, including a New York City icon.
American Museum Of Natural History's Great Canoe RelocatedThe iconic 63-foot Great Canoe has been featured in the museum's Grand Gallery since 1960.
New Planetarium Show Explores 'Worlds Beyond Earth'A new show at the American Museum of Natural History transports visitors to “Worlds Beyond Earth.” Curator Dr. Denton Ebel tells CBSN New York more.
TONY Things To Do: Dia De Los Muertos, Sake Festival, Winter VillageIf you're not able to join the Halloween festivities today, Will Gleason from Time Out New York recommends Dia De Los Muertos at the American Museum of Natural History, the Sake Festival at the Hester Street Fair or the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park.
Meteorite Expert Breaks Down Science Behind East Coast FireballThe American Meteor Society received at least 600 reports of people spotting Wednesday night's fireball over the East Coast. Dr. Denton Ebel, curator of meteorites at the American Museum of Natural History, explains what they saw.
American Museum of Natural History Celebrates Apollo 11 AnniversaryThis Saturday is 50 years since the Apollo 11 moon landing. The museum is marking the historic anniversary with an out-of-this-world celebration.