Lights On Display In Brooklyn To Commemorate RamadanThe holy month of Ramadan started Monday and is a time of fasting, prayer and reflection for Muslims around the world.
Sikh Celebrate Vaisakhi New Year Festival, 'A Real Proud Moment For Us'The holiday is an opportunity for Sikhs everywhere to come together to celebrate their faith and history.
Faithful Celebrate Easter Sunday With Socially Distant ServicesChristians around the Tri-State Area celebrated Easter mass on Sunday, and unlike last year, some services were able to take place in person.
3 Dogs From Same Family, Each Adopted From Texas Shelter, Meet In Chance Encounter On Upper West SideIt's a "dog gone" good story.
Safe Easter Celebrations Planned On Long Island As Health Officials Continue To Urge COVID CautionFor the first time in a long time, families are feeling safe to gather.
Limited In-Person Services Held For Good Friday, Parishioners Say Easter Weekend Message Remains The SameHealth officials are reminding people to keep Easter weekend gatherings small and outside, if possible.
Nature Group Warning New Yorkers Not To Buy Ducklings As Easter Gifts: If Abandoned, 'They Can't Survive On Their Own'Every year, well-meaning people buy baby chicks and ducklings as Easter props and gifts. But animal advocates say it's often impulse buying that goes very wrong after the holiday.
New Jersey Woman Out To Make Sure Many Local Children Get Easter Baskets; 'I Just Want To See A Smile On Their Faces'The 76-year-old mother of six has been handing them out to kids in her church community on the Saturday before Easter for the past 20 years.
Elmhurst, Queens Church Looking For New Start Following Year To Forget Due To So Many Parishioners Lost To COVID-19Churches getting ready for socially distant Easter services are preparing for new beginnings.
Celebration Of Passover Begins Saturday EveningThe holiday got underway at sundown with Jewish families sitting down for the traditional Seder meal.
Families Reunite For Passover Seders As More Are Vaccinated Against COVID-19Unlike last year, when large family gatherings were canceled, some are able to reunite to observe the traditional Passover meal this year
St. Patrick's Day Events Go Mostly Virtual For Second Year In A RowThe parade was canceled last year due to the pandemic, though two units managed to march up Fifth Avenue.
Jewish Holiday Of Purim Looks A Little Different Due To PandemicAs CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports, games are being played out of a car, hence the Purim "car-nival" at Congregation Kol Ami in White Plains.
Ash Wednesday Traditions Altered This Year, With Renewed Focus On Helping OthersChristians are called on to fast, help the needy, practice good deeds, and give something up. But this year with so much lost, sentiments have shifted.
COVID Cannot Stop Love: Couples Renew Vows In Times Square, Eat Inside On Valentine's DaySunday was Valentine's Day, love was in the air and the coronavirus pandemic did not stop celebrations.