According to his agent Matias Morla, Diego Maradona died of a heart attack confirming the news to EFE, a Spanish international news agency, first reported.
David N. Dinkins, the first Black mayor of New York City, dead at 93
After praising him for his leadership, calling him a “people’s governor with a sensible approach,” the Rev. Michael Livingston, the pastor of Riverside Church, turned his pulpit over to Gov. Cuomo on Sunday, who used a metaphor of a low ...
A close-knit circle of 25 family members and friends gathered Thursday, November 5, to commemorate the illustrious life of former Harlem resident, Miguel Higgins, during memorial services in Willingboro, N.J.
Amid the illustrious women listed on the cover of Haki Madhubuti’s book “Taught by Women” is Naomi Long Madgett.
The friends of the late Dr. Patricia A. Newton are host a 40-Day Ascension Celebration.
It was commonly said among political pundits that Archie Spigner was to Queens what former Representative Charles Rangel was to Harlem.
James Allen, executive director of The Addicts Rehabilitation Center for over half a century, has passed.
What the 2020 election means to Black faith-based communities
The BEAMS Ministry at Bethany Baptist Church, located at 303 West 153rd Street in the village of Harlem, just held their annual coat giveaway.
The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced eight Sacred Sites Grants totaling $140,000 awarded to historic religious properties throughout New York State, including $30,000 to Mother A.M.E. Zion Church in Harlem to help fund slate roof repairs.
Concerned citizens are being urged to wear black Oct. 22, 2020, as they and organizers recognize the 25th annual Protest Against Police Brutality being held Thursday (3:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.) in Union Square Park, Lower Manhattan, NYC.
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, in partnership with Mourning Into Unity, and in solidarity hosted a prayer vigil in honor of those lost to the coronavirus.
Whenever former Mayor David Dinkins mentioned his wife, Joyce, he referred to her as his beautiful bride, and she was indeed beautiful and bountiful too.
Rev. Dr. Al Sharpton celebrated his 66th birthday at his National Action Network Harlem headquarters Oct. 3.