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New York High School Renames Building After Billy Joel's Mother After $1.5M Pledge

Rock icon, Billy Joel, pledged $1.5 million to fund the Long Island High School for the Arts. In return, the institution named a building to his late mother, Rosalind.

New York Health Department Believes Yorkville Clinic Broke Protocol Before Giving Joan Rivers a Double Dose of Propofol to Sedate Her

It sounds like New York's Department of Health and Human Services has just made Melissa Rivers's malpractice suit a whole lot easier. As we recently told you, Melissa has hired a high-powered Manhattan law firm to represent her on behalf of Joan ...

iLoveMakonnen Gets Punched By Fan During New York Performance At SOB's, Rae Sremmurd Performs 'No Flex Zone' And 'No Type' [WATCH]

Things got turned up and escalated quickly during a recent iLoveMakonnen performance at SOB's in New York. The "Tuesday" rapper was punched by a fan from the crowd. Rae Sremmurd also hit the stage performing "No Flex Zone" and "No Type."

Charli XCX Raps Iggy Azalea's Verses from "Fancy" At New York Show, Following Release of New 'Sucker' Music [WATCH]

Charli XCX recently hit the stage at New York's Webster Hall and during her encore performance, she rapped Iggy Azalea's verses from "Fancy." The performance followed the release of new music from her upcoming album Sucker.

New York City Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces Citywide ID Card Program Benefiting the Arts

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a New York City-wide ID card program that garners cultural benefits last Thursday at the Bronx Zoo.

Wayward Sisters and Baroque Era Bad Boys: Music Before 1800 Presents 40th Anniversary Season in New York

Music Before 1800's diverse 40th Anniversary Season will include everything from Anonymous 4 singing music of the Civil War to the Wayward Sisters playing music of 17th century braggarts, hotheads, curmudgeons and snobs.

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