It's Still Known As Columbus Day In New York City, But For How Much Longer?Columbus Day was celebrated across the Tri-State Area on Monday. But across the country there have been calls to change the name of the holiday and instead honor a group that has often overlooked.
Statue Of Mother Cabrini Unveiled In Lower ManhattanMother Cabrini, an Italian-American saint, dedicated her life to serving immigrants and the needy.
Mother Cabrini Statue To Be Unveiled In Lower Manhattan On Columbus DayGov. Andrew Cuomo will mark Columbus Day by dedicating a statue of the Italian-American saint Mother Cabrini in Lower Manhattan.
New York City Columbus Day Parade Canceled Due To COVID PandemicA virtual event will be held on Oct. 12 instead.
Italian Pride On Display As 75th Annual Columbus Day Parade Marches Through MidtownA sea of red, white and green took over Manhattan today. Tens of thousands of people marched up Fifth Avenue for the 75th annual Columbus Day Parade.
Cuomo Swoops In On Columbus Day, Says State Will Help Build Mother Cabrini StatueAt Monday's Columbus Day Parade there was also a statue standoff between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio. This time, a patron saint is at the center of the debate between the two.
Claiming Public Pressure, New Jersey Town Considers Ending Columbus Day CelebrationsIn Glen Rock, Columbus Day is out and "Indigenous People's Day" is in - maybe.
Italian Pride Takes Center Stage As Columbus Day Parade Draws The Masses To MidtownA million people are expected at the largest celebration of Italian-American culture as New York hosts its the annual Columbus Day parade.
Columbus Day Parade Marches Up Fifth Avenue Amid Debate Over Honoring ExplorerAbout 35,000 people are expected to march in Monday's parade. 
NY Assemblyman Wants To Replace Columbus Day With Indigenous Peoples DayA movement to abolish Columbus Day and replace it with Indigenous Peoples Day has gained momentum in some parts of the U.S., with Los Angeles in August becoming the biggest city yet to decide to stop honoring the Italian explorer and instead recognize victims of colonialism.
Italian Pride On Display At NYC's Annual Columbus Day ParadeThe parade kicked off at 11:30 a.m. on Fifth Ave at 44th Street, making its way north to 72nd St.