NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — The MTA on Monday announced that train service on all three Metro-North lines servicing customers east of the Hudson River will be increased next week. Beginning next Monday, morning and afternoon peak period service will increase on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven lines.
‘I always come away from a day of delivery feeling socially fulfilled’ Before the pandemic, Max Kumangai spent his Saturdays singing and dancing his way through back-to-back performances of Jagged Little Pill, a rock musical on Broadway. Saturday is still his busiest day. But whereas he once kicked off his workday by practising lifting his colleagues above his head, he now begins by removing sourdough loaves from the refrigerator and preparing them for baking.
A University of Wolverhampton academic is jointly giving a talk on the influence that Harlem, New York (US) had on dance in UK theatres in the 1930s. Sean Mayes, music director and conductor, will be joined by the University’s Senior Lecturer in Musical Theatre Dr Sarah Whitfield for the virtual event ‘Uncovering the influence of Harlem on dance in UK theatre in the 1930s’.
There's a museum for everything in New York, and now the City That Never Sleeps could have a museum dedicated to its nightlife. The suggestion was made Thursday in a report from the New York Office of Nightlife. It calls for a museum dedicated to the places that have defined the city's colorful and vibrant after-hours history.
Huntley's Reese Hunkins has saved some of her most memorable performances for the postseason. The Red Raiders junior shortstop had another day to remember Tuesday. Hunkins hit a solo home run to center field in the second inning and nailed a three-run shot in the fifth, finishing the day with five RBIs and leading No.
Amber Alert is issued for nine-month-old girl who was 'abducted by her father, 22, after he assaulted her mother in Harlem': Cops say child is 'in danger of death'
The NYPD issued an Amber Alert for baby Mi Angel Gaines on Monday Police said the girl's father, Antonio Armstrong, assaulted her mother before fleeing with the child at around 2.30am in Harlem The father and daughter were last seen around 2.50 am on Eighth Avenue Cops say the girl was 'taken under circumstances that lead police to believe that they are in imminent danger of serious harm and/or death'
NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — The NYPD has issued an AMBER Alert for a 9-month-old girl who they say was abducted by a 22-year-old man in Harlem early Monday. The alert was issued for 9-month-old Mi Angel Gaines just after 12:30 p.m., about 10 hours after the child was thought to have been kidnapped on Eighth Avenue.
Police are looking for a man who they said ran off with his baby, a baby he doesn’t have custody of, very early Monday morning. Antonio Armstrong and Mi Angel Gaines. (credit: New York State Police) The child, Mi Angel Gaines, weighs about 19 pounds and was last seen wearing a red, white and blue onesie.
Huntley executed head coach Andy Jakubowski's game plan to perfection. Starting pitcher Eric Lin tossed four solid innings and the Huntley offense provided plenty of support in a 11-1 victory over Harlem in five innings on Monday in a Class 4A regional baseball championship game -- the fifth straight regional title for the Red Raiders.
White House backs Dr Fauci: Jill Biden attends Harlem vaccination with under-fire-Fauci as protesters gather outside calling for him to be removed
First lady Jill Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci toured a COVID-19 vaccination site at a historic Harlem church on Sunday. Biden, Fauci and U.S. Sen Kirsten Gillibrand, a New York Democrat, watched as people got their shots in the basement of the Abyssinian Baptist Church. But outside the place of worship there were dozens of protesters chanting against Fauci.
NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — SummerStage Festival is officially returning to the five boroughs this month, with shows in Central Park, Harlem, Queens and Coney Island. Concert-goers will be able to reserve tickets starting Monday, June 7 at 12 p.m., the release said.
With a majority of adults in the U.S. vaccinated against the coronavirus, two-thirds of American adults say that their lives are either "somewhat" or "completely" back to normal. The poll found that 9% of adults say their lives are completely back to normal, an increase from 3% in October, and 57% of adults say their lives are somewhat back to normal, an increase from 34% in October.
An investigation is underway after two men were slashed by a suspect with a dog inside a subway station in Harlem. Police say the incident happened at the 110th Street subway station on the platforms of the 2/3 train line at 7:45 p.m. A police source tells Eyewitness News, the suspect entered the subway at 110th Street with a dog.
Following Deaths Of Pets And Close Encounters With Birds, Tenants In Harlem High-Rise Want Safer Windows
Several say their pets have even fallen out of the windows and died, CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reported Thursday. A beautiful view of the Hudson River came with a tragic price for Ashley Matthews. “Full of personality, um, she was the little love of my life,” Matthews said.
Police are searching for the man who robbed a Harlem grocery store at gunpoint. It happened on Monday at 8:50 p.m. on 7th Avenue. The man suddenly pulled out a gun and threatened the 34-year-old store worker. He grabbed $500 from the cash register and then took off on a blue scooter.
Since its beginning, Sugar Hill Creamery in Harlem has drawn inspiration from its neighborhood's history. The family-run ice cream shop’s first location at 184 Lenox Avenue picked up the mantle of a beloved neighborhood institution that closed its doors many years earlier. “When we opened in 2017 there wasn’t, for a very long time, a sit down ice cream place,” says Petrushka Bazin Larsen, who together with her husband Nick Larsen now owns and operates three Sugar Hill Creamery locations, including one they opened at 3629 Broadway last October and their newest outpost at Time Out Market New York.