February 1 Issue

On January 24, AARP New York, the Asian American Federation, the Hispanic Federation, the NAACP and the Urban League released a series of policy briefs highlighting the disparities faced by Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI), African American/Black (AA/B) and Hispanic/ Latino (H/L) New Yorkers age 50+ and outlining actionable solutions to close these gaps. More »

January 25 Issue

Last week Harlem lost one of its warriors – Leslie Wyche. Leslie contacted me when he was in the nursing home in the Bronx and asked if I would start delivering papers to the nursing home. More »

January 4 Issue

Love it or hate it, 2017 will be a year not soon forgotten. Barack Obama, a constitutional law professor, Nobel Peace Prize winner and the nation’s first Black president, graciously handed the keys to the White House to a reality TV star who has been accused of sexual assault. More »

 

QUEENS Community News

Queens February 1 Issue

On January 24, AARP New York, the Asian American Federation, the Hispanic Federation, the NAACP and the Urban League released a series of policy briefs highlighting the disparities faced by Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI), African American/Black (AA/B) and Hispanic/ Latino

Queens January 25 Issue

Last week Harlem lost one of its warriors – Leslie Wyche. Leslie contacted me when he was in the nursing home in the Bronx and asked if I would start delivering papers to the nursing home. That was Leslie. Even

Queens January 4 Issue

Love it or hate it, 2017 will be a year not soon forgotten. Barack Obama, a constitutional law professor, Nobel Peace Prize winner and the nation’s first Black president, graciously handed the keys to the White House to a reality

Queens December 28 Issue

Bring the entire family out for this “Free” event at the American Museum of Natural History at Central Park West and 79th Street.

Queens December 21 Issue

The New York Hillbillies held their annual Christmas Party Luncheon recently at the Surf Club in New Rochelle, New York. The New York Hillbillies is a social club founded more than 80 years ago in the 1930’s by people who

Queens December 7 Issue

The Morrisania Doll Society held its annual holiday doll show and sale on Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 11am to 6pm at the Dwyer Center located at 258 St. Nicholas Avenue on 123rd Street.

QUEENS November 30 ISSUE

Thanksgiving 2017 was a beautiful, brisk morning in Harlem. Bethel Gospel Assembly and Manna’s partnered together this holiday to serve up God’s love and great food to residents that were need. Bishop Craig and Pastor Lorna Brown invited people to

Queens November 23 Issue

On Thursday, November 16, 2017, the 125th Street Business Improvement District (“BID”), in conjunction with Manhattan Community Boards 9 & 10 presented the 25th Annual Harlem Holiday Lights to kick off the holiday season.

Queens November 16 Issue

On Saturday, November 11, 2017, the NY Urban League held the 31st Annual Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities (“HBCU”) College Fair at the Denny Farrell Riverbank State Park from 11am to 3pm. I started the day by talking

Queens October 19 Issue

Apollo’s 2017-18 Fall and Winter Season – ARTS AND ACTIVISM – the Theater’s first full season under the creative direction of Executive Producer Kamilah Forbes, is eclectic and exciting. It opened on October 6 with the New York premiere of

COBA Radio Show – The Boldest Hour

New York Tribute to Prince

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