New York City

JFK Airport in NYC Opens 1st In-Airport COVID-19 Testing Site in the US

John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City has opened a COVID-19 testing site for its employees, making it the first airport in the country to do so.
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Woman Hosts Pandemic Parties Using Plastic Pods for Social Distancing

A woman in New York City thought of a smart way for people to socialize while social distancing. She hosts pandemic parties while people stay in plastic pods.
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You Can Now Ride Bumper Cars on Ice in New York City

Looking for some winter fun? Bumper cars on ice just arrived at the rink at Aviator Sports in Brooklyn’s Floyd Bennett Field. The bumper cars can go in any direction, so your friends and family are in for it when you come for them in reverse! It will cost you just $13 for a 15 minute session. Find...
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Alec Baldwin Hustled by Statue of Liberty Tour Operator

Alec Baldwin and his family signed up for a Statue of Liberty tour they would never forget…because it almost took them to New Jersey. Baldwin took to Instagram on Sunday to voice his frustrations over being scammed by a touring company near Battery Park. Baldwin shelled out $40 for each ticket. As...
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Zakk Wylde Launches Black Sabbath Tribute Project "Zakk Sabbath"

Former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde has announced his new Black Sabbath tribute project Zakk Sabbath will be hitting the road this spring for their very first headline tour. In addition to Wylde, the group also includes Blasko (Ozzy Osbourne, Rob Zombie) and Joey Castillo (Eagles Of Death...
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Watch The Today Show's Video For Elton John's "Bennie And The Jets"

Elton John recently asked fans to give visual accompaniment to "Bennie And The Jets," "Rocket Man" and "Tiny Dancer," three classic Elton songs that were released before the music video era. The cast of NBC's "The Today Show" accepted the challenge and their impressive video for "Bennie And The...
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Lou Gramm Will Rejoin Foreigner "At A Date Yet To Be Determined"

Legendary vocalist Lou Gramm has confirmed he will join his former band Foreigner on stage "for a song or two" on the group's upcoming 40th anniversary tour. Gramm's Facebook post (below) states that he will take the stage with Ian McDonald and Al Greenwood "at a date yet to be determined." Gramm...
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Original Foreigner Members Reunite For Platinum Plaque Ceremony

A long-awaited Foreigner reunion took place December 5 to celebrate the RIAA platinum certification of 2008's No End In Sight: The Very Best Of Foreigner, a 2-CD greatest hits collection. Along with Atlantic Records chairman and CEO Craig Kallman, original Foreigner members Mick Jones (guitar), Lou...
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Hear Prince's First Posthumous Song "Moonbeam Levels" (Video)

Prince's first posthumously released song, "Moonbeam Levels," recently premiered on ABC News during a listening party at New York City's Cutting Room Studios and the song can be heard below. Recorded in 1982 while working on the 1999 album, "Moonbeam Levels" will appear on the late musician's new...
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Sting Announces 2017 World Tour Dates, Buys Lunch For Fans

Former Police frontman Sting has announced his 57th & 9th World Tour, beginning February 1 in Vancouver, Canada and the full tour schedule can be found HERE. In other news, Sting celebrated the release of his new CD 57th & 9th last Friday by hosting a surprise lunch for everyone at the...
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