A small group gathered at the office of Sen. Bill Perkins in the Harlem State Office Building to honor Robert Smalls III
the Friendly 50 Clubs Inc. held their 53rd annual Harvey Davis Memorial Scholarship Dinner Dance
A council hearing centered on Int. No. 1177, an amendment to the administrative code of the city of New York that would require businesses to keep electronic records of the names, addresses and items of sale or purchase.
A group of elected officials representing the Brooklyn areas in and around Atlantic Yards want to stop Forest City Ratner from selling a majority stake in the development to the Shanghai
Leah James is well on her way to becoming one of the next city leaders
The Association to Benefit Children (ABC), an organization that traffics in serving the economically disadvantaged, held its annual “Turkey Day” at its East Harlem location
Harlem’s 125th Street is all aglow thanks to the 125th Street Business Improvement District (BID)
Breathtakingly exquisite and elegant is about the best way to describe the newly renovated Minton’s Playhouse
Having grown up in the Lower East Side, Rosario Dawson said there were not many opportunities for girls in the neighborhood.
thousands of New Yorkers are making their way to SoHo to the “Transition Tent” to participate in an opportunity to talk about the issues that matter most following the election of the new mayor, Bill de Blasio
When asked recently if he had seen “12 Years a Slave,” a young man said no, but responded, “I have lived in New York City under 12 years of Bloomberg.”
Based in South Jamaica, Queens, Greg, 50, is founder of the Brotherhood Foundation and works with the King of Kings Foundation.
As expected, earlier this week, the state Senate approved a bill that allows New Jersey residents who were brought to the Garden State illegally as children to pay in-state tuition fees to attend colleges, officials announced in Trenton.
on Tuesday Khalil Vasquez and Tafadar “Taffy” Sourov were arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court on charges connected to student demonstrations at City College.
In New Jersey officials this week announced that the Garden State’s third medical marijuana facility is slated to open next month New Jersey, medical marijuana, weed, pot, Woodbridge, Egg Harbor Township, Montclair, Greenleaf Compassion Center, marijuana, Chris Christie, Jon Corzine,