Despite Coronavirus Fears, Show Goes On At Lunar New Year Parade In ChinatownAmid the coronavirus chaos, New York's Chinatown has seen fewer visitors. But city officials say there's no reason to be concerned.
Serve Up A Dish Of Lunar New Year Good Fortune With Prosperity SaladWe're ushering in the Lunar New Year with a dish that's sure to bring good luck to everyone gathered around the table.
Thousands Pack Queens Streets For Rainy Lunar New Year ParadeUnder cloudy skies in Flushing, the street scene was vibrant and enthusiastic.
Lunar New Year Celebrations Kick Off Marking Year Of The RatThis 15-day celebration is filled with traditions that have been passed down for thousands of years.
Year Of The Rat Begins As New Yorkers Prepare For Lunar New Year CelebrationsLunar New Year kicks off Saturday with celebrations lasting the next two weeks until Feb. 8.
Time Out New York’s Things To Do This WeekendTime Out New York's Will Gleason joins CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez with details about a roller disco brunch party in Brooklyn, ice bumper cars in Bryant Park and the Lunar New Year Festival in Sara D. Roosevelt Park.
Lunar New Year Festival Packs 'Em In To Lower ManhattanThere were Lunar New Year celebrations across the area on Tuesday, but none more colorful than the one in Manhattan.
Spots To Celebrate Lunar New Year In New York CityFrom a nature-inspired day at the park to a free hair-styling session, complete with Chinese astrology reading, there's plenty to do.
How Does New York Celebrate The Lunar New Year? 纽约春节怎么过？CBS2's Elle McLogan visited Chinatown to see how New York celebrates the Spring Festival.
Best Things To Do This Weekend In NY: Feb 17 And 18It's a three-day weekend!
Students Ready To Ring In Lunar New YearFor all you dog lovers, it’s the Year of the Dog. So don’t be surprised if you see them all over the place.
New Yorkers Ring In Chinese Lunar New Year With Citywide Celebrations Lunar New Year celebrations are in full swing this weekend, with celebrations Sunday stretching from Madison Street to Madison Avenue.
Lunar New Year Celebrations Will Ring In The Year Of The RoosterSome call the holiday the Chinese New Year, but it's celebrated by lots of groups, including Vietnamese, Koreans and Filipinos.
Revelers Brave Frigid Temps To Celebrate Lunar New Year In Flushing, QueensOne paradegoer said the key is to bundle up big time.
NYC Schools To Close Monday For Lunar New YearThis is the first time city schools will have a day off for the holiday.