Interfaith Medical Center gives Thanksgiving to community residents and some community groups.
On the initial announcement that “The Hippest Chick,” Erykah Badu was hosting the 2015 Soul Train Awards, hints of skepticism ran on and on.
New York’s low-wage workers are facing another difficult holiday season. They know it will be a struggle to just pay the bills and put food on the table, before even considering what it will take to buy gifts for their families.
A week before Thanksgiving, airport workers wanted to let companies know who hold the power.
Minimum wage started a debate among people who feel there is no equal accommodation for people in the minimum wage workforce.
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People partnerships not just ‘a mess of pottage’ Creating business opportunities in rebuilding Haiti
On Jan. 1, 1804, when Haiti proclaimed its independence from France, it not only became the first free Black republic in the world, it ignited the torch of hope for enslaved and exploited peoples worldwide.
One of the things we have much to be grateful for in this country is that our wars have not been fought on our own soil.
As alluded to in a recent Daily News editorial, there is, indeed, a wind blowing against New York’s charter school movement.
I was recently on one of the MTA’s new Select Stop buses...
Writer-director Ryan Coogler confirms every bit of promise that he displayed in his 2013 debut “Fruitvale Station,” which also starred Michael B. Jordan.
“Creed” is Ryan Coogler’s second feature film, and he shares a screenwriting credit with Aaron Covington, the movie based on a story by Coogler.
Idris Elba, Anthony Mackie, Geraldine Chaplin, S. Epatha Merkerson, Jennifer Connelly, Michael Clarke Duncan, Sonia Sanchez, Rusty Cundieff, Stanley Nelson and Thierry Michel are some of the names that lead the 23rd African Diaspora International Film Festival.
Celebrating 45 years of repertory that reflects the ever-changing diversity of Latino cultures, Ballet Hispanico made its annual holiday return to the Apollo stage.
Last Monday, Symphony Space was the place to be for members of the Black theater family
From Nov. 19, 2015 to Feb. 21, 2016, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is featuring “Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style” at their Costume Institute for fall 2015.
For spirited women whose style is distinctive, the Australian company Ginger & Smart showed soft, easy-to-wear dresses that could take you from day to night.
Allen Toussaint, the pianist, songwriter, arranger and record producer whose whimsical, funk-laced songs influenced the New Orleans R&B scene, died Nov. 10 while on tour in Madrid.
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Tichina Arnold is set to perform at Minton's