The Show Must Go On, And Nobody Knows That Better Than Swings, Understudies And Ensemble Members Like Chelsea Lee WilliamsThose performers may not have their names on the marquee, but they make sure shows don't miss a beat.
New Jersey Family Whose Son Was Struck By Car Stresses Lifesaving Importance Of Donating BloodThe American Red Cross says right now, it’s in dire need of people to donate blood.
African-American Art Collection At Yonkers Museum Tops List Of Must-See Exhibitions In USThere are 43 paintings and sculptures by 34 Black artists who came to prominence starting in the 1920s and the Harlem Renaissance, to the Civil Rights Movement in the '60s and beyond.
Families Gather In Paterson For Three Kings Day CelebrationThe holiday marks the end of the holiday season and it represents the time when the Wise Men also known as the Three Kings came to visit Jesus.
Adrienne Adams Becomes First African-American Woman To Be Elected New York City Council SpeakerWednesday was a historic day for the New York City Council.
CBS2 Chats With Last-Minute Christmas Shoppers, Poses The Question, So, 'What's in The Bag?'Time is ticking away. There are only two days until Christmas. As a result, many are on last-minute shopping frenzies."
Dr. David Goldberg Answers Your COVID And Omicron Variant QuestionsCBS2's Dick Brennan and Cindy Hsu ask Dr. David Goldberg your questions as the Omicron variant is driving a large surge in COVID infections. Dr. Goldberg is an infectious disease specialist at New York Presbyterian Hospital Group Westchester and assistant professor of medicine at Columbia University.
Time Out New York Shares Top Things To Do In NYC The Week Of ChristmasThere is no place like New York during this festive season, and if you have time off, there's lots of festive fun all over the city.
Students Turn Santa's Helpers To Make Sure Kids In Need Get The Gifts They Want This ChristmasStudent volunteers spent lunch periods and stayed after school wrapping hundreds of donated gifts to make sure other children who may be less fortunate have a merry Christmas morning.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Back On Stage After Pandemic Shutdown With Message Of HopeAlvin Ailey founded the company back in 1958 on the brink of the Civil Rights Movement, and it’s endured more than 60 years.
Pasta, Plant-Based Meat, Tequila: Top Food & Drink Trends As People Celebrate HolidaysWith the holiday season in full swing, people are celebrating with a lot of food.
Return Of Family Gatherings For Thanksgiving Also Brings Some StressThe extra pressure of the holidays can be tough, especially when it comes to strong opinions on politics and the COVID vaccine.
'Native New York' Exhibit At National Museum Of The American Indian Aims To Foster Better Understanding Of Culture, HistoryIf you love New York and history, there’s a new exhibition that just opened in Lower Manhattan. It highlights the native peoples of the New York State region.
Widow Of Former Marine Who Started Toy Drive In Honor Of Late Husband Says Donations Are Desperately NeededTonianne VanDerveer and her niece Alexandra Daras started collecting toys for the Marines' Toys for Tots three years ago shortly after VanDerveer’s husband, Jamie, died from cancer.
When It Comes To Getting Vaccinated For COVID-19, Some Naysayers Have Turned Into AdvocatesWhen it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine, everyone has their own reasons for getting the shot or holding out.