With much needed help from Kyrie Irving, who was officially minted as a superstar by virtue of his stellar and clutch performance in June’s NBA Finals, LeBron James made good on his promise of delivering a championship to the city of Cleveland, its first since 1964.
The Fair Housing Justice Center recently announced a federal court lawsuit settlement between four nursing home and assisted living facility operators.
The Jim Couch National Training Showcase held a two-day basketball camp over the weekend at the Mott Haven Educational Complex in the Bronx, hosting more than 75 players from 12 states and five countries.
In April, 2015, when Hillary Clinton announced her second bid for the presidency, she chose only to allude to the fact that she was a woman. “Although we weren’t able to shatter that highest, hardest glass ceiling this time, thanks to you, it’s got about 18 million cracks in it,” she said, referring to her defeat by Barack Obama and the proverbial barrier blocking women from the highest office.
(GIN)—While American leaders bicker over the fate of the death penalty, with 17 inmates going to their deaths so far this year, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed documents commuting all death sentences to life imprisonment.
The TCS New York City Marathon has grown exponentially since its first running in 1970.
Bestselling author Queen Afua is an internationally renowned and devoted wellness advocate.
Designer Naeem Khan’s spring ’17 collection was dedicated to his mentor, Halston, the fashion icon for whom he worked in the ’70s. The looks were vibrant. The colors were inspired by Khan’s deep love for cooking. Who knew!
The WNBA Finals came down to a fifth game, the fourth quarter and the closing seconds before a champion was determined, with the Los Angeles Sparks winning 77‑76 over the Minnesota Lynx.
After many years of near anonymity, I was dragged back into the spotlight by Donald Trump.
In this election cycle, the media’s influence has extended far beyond their traditional roles as reporters and provocateurs to actually framing the public debate.
The Legislature unanimously passed a bill at the end of its session that would end New York State’s half-century of neglect of a fundamental responsibility.
The Giants’ 17-10 win over the Los Angles Rams Sunday in London was inarguably the antithesis of aesthetic beauty.
The Jets had a four-game losing streak and had either lost their way or were surely off road, way deep in the direction of that wide, unpaved, dimly lit path where defeat and bewilderment can take you.
With Nov. 8 on the horizon, it might be of utmost import that we enjoy what’s left of 2016. Don’t profess to be a prophet or anything, but this time next year—Oohhh weee!
Picking up shovels, elected officials, activists, residents and those from Rothschild & Partners, the landscape architects for the project, lauded the Harlem groundbreaking of Martin Luther King Park on Malcolm X Boulevard between 113th and 114th streets.
Can you recall the nursery rhyme, “Little Miss Muffet?” It went like this: Little Miss Muffet /Sat on a tuffet/Eating her curds and whey/Along came spider/Who sat down beside her/And frightened Miss Muffet away.
During the Harlem Park to Park event, the public was invited to meet the first 11 Harlem vendors selected to have their products carried in the new Whole Foods Market on 125th Street (opening 2017).
Witches in the air but we don’t care. Ghost and goblins everywhere. Me in my costume make people stare. All I can say is you better beware. On Halloween night you better say a prayer, spirits from the grave a lurking everywhere. Then again, have no fear; Halloween only comes once a year.
Last Friday, I had a surprise run-in with someone who can be categorized as one of Donald Trump’s ‘deplorables.’