Before the city's public school students begin their summer break, they're going to get one additional lesson about tolerance.
Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott announced Monday that he sent a memo to all city principals advising them to create and implement anti-hate lesson plans by the end of the school year.
Walcott, who made the announcement with City Council Speaker Christine Quinn,... » more
TV's worst kept secret is finally official, as Jimmy Fallon will be the next host of "The Tonight Show," which is coming back to New York.
NBC confirmed Wednesday that Jay Leno will end his 22-year tenure as host and pass the torch to Fallon after the network wraps up its coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
The network said the show wil return to New York, news that excited... » more
“Heeeerrreee’s New York!”
Nearly 41 years after it left Gotham for Los Angeles, “The Tonight Show” could be heading back here with Jimmy Fallon replacing Jay Leno as host, according to a report in The New York Times Wednesday.
The Times noted that the network “has quietly begun work on a new studio” at 30 Rockefeller Plaza. And echoing a report two weeks ago in The Hollywood Reporter,... » more
Average New Yorkers don't have a vote when it comes to the Oscars, but they sure do have opinions about this year's nominees ... and the show in general.
Jamiyla Batts, a student from Brooklyn, said she didn't know "Django Unchained" was nominated, but said it should win.
"I love Jamie Foxx and I love Kerry Washington," she said.
Alex Banales, 32, of Long Island... » more