COVID Vaccine Mega Site Opens In Passaic CountyVaccinations at the mega site are only available to New Jersey residents.
Brooklyn Pet Owners Concerned By Multiple Dog Deaths Possibly Linked To Popular ParkNow, the city health department is investigating.
Teen Playwrights Seize The Spotlight With 1-Act Plays Pulled Together Just 12 Hours Before ShowtimeDozens of New York City high school students from every borough are taking part in a challenging theatrical experiment.
'Rumors Of Our Death Are Wildly Exaggerated': Broadway League President Optimistic Despite Sales SlumpIt’s nothing new for ticket sales to dip in January and February, but the surge of the Omicron variant is making it worse this season.
Young Stars Atticus Ware And Avery Sell Reflect On Starting Broadway Careers Young, Navigating Pandemic ChallengesChild actors on Broadway are living their dreams in tough times for the industry. They have big responsibilities as COVID-19 complicates their schooling, their jobs, and their home lives.
New York City Animal Shelters Struggling With Influx Of Pets, Staffing ShortagesAs of Jan. 6, ACC has 544 cats and dogs in its facilities on Staten Island, Brooklyn and Manhattan. One year ago, the total was 353. It’s a 54% increase.
Mayor Adams Defends Decision To Keep Schools Open As Officials Work To Stay Open Through OmicronMayor Eric Adams is defending his response to the pandemic, including having fully open schools.
Additional COVID Testing Resources Throughout Tri-State Area Help Ease Wait Times For Some ResidentsIn New Jersey, things are running smoothly at the state's first federally sponsored testing site, and on Long Island, thousands of at-home test kits are being given away for free.
Owner Of Off-Broadway Theater, Tavern Struggling To Keep Historic Business OpenLorcan Otway, who declared bankruptcy, says a company is trying to auction the building out from under him.
Mayor-Elect Eric Adams Outlines COVID-19 Plan For New York City As Omicron Cases SpikeAdams, who officially becomes mayor Saturday, said the city is at a critical moment in the fight against the pandemic.
Expert Says Don't Wait Until Tax Season, Use These 5 Tips To Save MoneyAn expert says there are some things you can do to save money if you act before Dec. 31.
Needlepoint Display At Port Authority Bus Terminal Showcases Artistry Of Popular PastimeIt’s an art and a craft, and those who practice it like to say a stitch in time will save your sanity.
New Yorkers Forced To Change Christmas Plans On The Fly After Positive COVID TestsIt'll be a quiet Christmas for the many forced to self-isolate after testing positive for COVID-19.
Long Island Man Celebrating Enjoying Extra-Special Christmas, After Receiving A Heart Transplant Nearly A Year AgoA Long Island dad is home for the holiday after spending last Christmas battling heart failure.
Writer Of Broadway's 'Thoughts Of A Colored Man' Forced Into Action On Stage After COVID Sidelines StarFor some Broadway productions, even when the show goes on it does so without a full cast. That was particularly evident on Tuesday night, when a playwright jumped in to save the day.