Broadway Producer Kevin McCollum Eager For Theaters To Reopen; 'When Broadway Is Back, New York Is Back And America Is Back'Broadway theaters were closed on March 12, 2020 as coronavirus cases spread throughout the Tri-State Area. The industry brings in $15 billion a year, and New York City's economy took a big hit.
Black History Is Our History: Dr. Carter G. Woodson, Also Known As The 'Father Of Black History Month'Dr. Carter G. Woodson was born in Virginia in 1875 to former slaves. He became an accomplished scholar, prolific author and a visionary.
Cicely Tyson, Groundbreaking Award-Winning Actor, Dead At 96Tyson's death was announced by her family, via her manager Larry Thompson, who did not immediately provide additional details.
Coronavirus Milestone: Much-Anticipated Vaccine Program Launches In UK, NY Expecting First Doses On Dec. 15In the U.K., the much-anticipated vaccine program got underway. Here in the U.S., the FDA said there are more positive findings from the vaccine ahead of its final recommendations.
Happy Anniversary, Dana Tyler! Celebrating Her 30 Years With CBS2 NewsIt takes a seasoned journalist to guide viewers through unprecedented times. to be a reassuring, informed presence, and that is CBS2's Dana Tyler.
Long Island Couple Wanted In Connection With Brutal Beating Of Mystic, Connecticut Hotel Worker Caught On VideoIn addition to the vicious beating, the hotel worker claims there were racial slurs used.
Connecticut Restaurant Owners Cautious, But Also Thrilled To Be Reopening On WednesdayConnecticut will begin its Phase 1 reopening plan on Wednesday. Many businesses, including retail stores and outdoor dining, will reopen with new safety measures in place.
Black History Month: Costume Designer Paul Tazewell On Breaking Barriers On Broadway And BeyondHe's created the wardrobe for 24 Broadway shows, 31 off-Broadway shows, as well as for dance, film and television.
Harvey Weinstein Trial: Former Sex Crimes Prosecutor Talks On Verdict, #MeTooJane Manning, director of the Women's Equal Justice Project, talks with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on efforts to help survivors of sexual assault navigate the criminal justice system.
Black History Month: 'A Soldier's Play' Is As Relevant Today As It Was During World War IIThe Roundabout Theatre production of "A Soldier's Play" is at the American Airlines Theatre on 42nd Street now through March 15.
Women's Heart Health Week: Dana Tyler On Her Favorite Heart-Healthy FoodsThere's all this attention in February on Valentine's Day, but what about the real hearts for women? As CBS'2s Dana Tyler points out, eating well is so important for your heart.
What Is The Best Way To Solve The Homeless Crisis In New York City?Bob Mascali is a former deputy commissioner at the Department of Homeless Services during the Bloomberg administration and formerly affiliated with a non-profit that provides supportive housing for families. He joined CBSN New York to talk about Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to fix the problem in five years.
Savor The Bronx Restaurant Offering Delicious, Diverse Eats At A DiscountIf you love good food and can't resist a bargain, it's time to savor the tastes of The Bronx.
Escape Holiday Stress At Manhattan Winter WonderlandIf the holiday season becomes a bit overwhelming, how about taking an indulgent escape to a lodge set in a winter wonderland?
Spreading 'Love And Light': Jews Celebrate The Miracle Of ChanukahThis year, the 8-day celebration started on December 22. Families gathered at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan to celebrate the holiday with song, fun and, of course, food.