The lockout is over, but LIU-Brooklyn’s faculty senate isn’t done with LIU President Kimberly Cline.
The NAACP wants to slow the expansion of charter schools until they can figure out what’s going on.
Charge d’Affaires Seydou Sinka, from the Embassy of Burkina Faso, and Deputy Counsel General Apollinaire Ouedraogo visited Essex County College’s Africana Institute last Friday to discuss possible joint education programs.
The elite of the film, television, political, sports and beauty world came out to salute the honorees at the second annual Women of Excellence Salute Awards, presented by African-American Women in Cinema, Oct. 13, at Morgan Stanley in the heart of Times Square in New York City.
The New Jersey State Conference of the NAACP held its 2016 convention at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Oct. 13-16 in Cherry Hill, N.J.
Long-standing African-American churches are disappearing from the nation’s capital one at a time, like victims in an Agatha Christie murder mystery.
The bold tone of tenor saxophonist Chico Freeman and his compositions keep his music glowing on the jazz rainbow.
With less than one month before the nation’s electorate flexes its muscles to determine its choice of commander in chief, the forecast is looking more and more like Hillary Clinton is on her way to victory over Donald Trump.
In a sight that could make a witness choke up with tears, a roomful of rescued Nigerian schoolgirls from Chibok ran into the arms of their overjoyed parents and smothered them with hugs.
Since 2005, home for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Foundation has been a sleek, glass-enclosed building on the northwest corner of West 55th Street and Ninth Avenue in Manhattan known as the Joan Weill Center for Dance.
A little more than two weeks after Hurricane Matthew tore through Haiti—killing more than 800 people, displacing thousands more and reviving the threat of cholera—some Haitian-Americans are avoiding donating to the American Red Cross.
There is just one week left of New York City Center’s annual dance season opener program, Fall for Dance.
It’s happened. The New York Jets will start backup quarterback Geno Smith against the Baltimore Ravens at Metlife Stadium Sunday afternoon.
Designer Donna Karan introduced a smartly styled collection of luxurious sportswear for this fall. The collection was presented in a modern day oasis setting at the Urban Zen Studio during NY Fashion Week.
To assert that the Giants’ playoff hopes were at stake Sunday versus the Baltimore Ravens at MetLife Stadium may not be an overstatement.
At Carmen Marc Valvo’s show, the look was youthful and elegant.
Once again the Jacob Javits Center opened its doors to the public for Comic Con, which gathers comic lovers from all walks of life.
The Los Angeles Sparks, playing in its first WNBA Finals since 2003 and pursuing its first WNBA championship since 2002, was up two games to one against three-time and defending champions, the Minnesota Lynx. Playing on home court, the Sparks, led by Candace Parker and league MVP Nneka Ogwumike, started in determined fashion, but ultimately fell to the Lynx 85-79, forcing a fifth and deciding game in Minnesota tonight.
As expected, there’s a lot of debate gathering among scholars and writers about Bob Dylan getting the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Tonight (Thursday) is the final game of the preseason for the Brooklyn Nets.