After More Than A Year, The Show Must Go On: More Broadway Shows Announce Plans To Resume PerformancesThe road to reopening Broadway is well underway. See which performances are coming back and when.
GrowNYC Teams With Love, Tito's For Series Of Garden-Focused ProjectsThe two are taking on a garden service project in Brooklyn as well as distributing hundreds of fresh food items across the borough.
New Musical 'Six' Back On Stage After Pandemic Forced Broadway's Closure On Opening NightFrom being in a diverse cast to re-telling the queens' stories in their shining armor, the actresses say "Six" is an empowering story in their lives, too.
Tony Awards Take On New Meaning As Broadway Stages Big ComebackWith shows finally reopening after the pandemic pause, the Tony Awards are honoring performances from last season.
Broadway Returns: CBS2 Talks To NYPD Mounted Unit Patrolling Times SquareThe NYPD was on hand to keep people safe as they returned to Broadway. CBS2's Dana Tyler to spoke to members of the Mounted Unit.
9/11 20 Years Later: Former FDNY Commissioner Tom Von Essen Reflects On The Day That Changed The FDNY, And The World, ForeverBy all accounts, the response by the FDNY to the attacks on the World Trade Center 20 years ago were incredibly heroic, and ultimately devastating.
Broadway Fan Favorites 'Hadestown,' 'Waitress' Return After 17-Month ShutdownShut down for nearly 18 months because of COVID, Broadway's getting back in business, and Thursday night was a big night.
'Without Theater, There Is Truly Something Missing': Singer-Songwriter Sara Bareilles Reflects On Returning To Broadway In 'Waitress'"Waitress" closed in January 2020, right before the pandemic hit, but now, it's ready to welcome all of Broadway back.
Breaking The Stigma: CBS2's Cindy Hsu Shares Her Most Personal Story With Dana TylerMental health is extremely personal, and not something many people open up about, but every year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness.
'Late Show' Band Leader Jon Batiste Having A Big YearCBS2's Dana Tyler spoke with Batiste about his new album and Academy Award-winning score for the movie "Soul."
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.