Last week, Loretta Lynch officially became the 83rd attorney general of the U.S.
Youth and anti–gun violence activist Chris Foye just earned a degree from the College New Rochelle.
The third annual Respectful Outstanding Sisters of Excellence “I Am My Sister” ceremony was held Thursday, June 6.
Have you ever heard the saying, “Reading is fundamental?” Well, some Harlemites take the term literally.
Children from the ages of 4 to 12 will be able to attend the Artscape Summer Camp at the famous Harlem School of the Arts.
This weeks Black New Yorker is 13-year-old singer, dancer, and performer Kyla Imani McMillan.
Brooklyn-based company STATE Bags will gift all the children in P.S. 208 in West Harlem, Friday, Nov. 21.
Saturday, Nov. 15, 500 Men Making a Difference, an organization founded by Wayne Devonish, honored 30 women who have done phenomenal work in the Brooklyn community.
Herman Ferguson, 93, was always known for his signature smile. When he smiled, he made everyone else smile. But this past Saturday, there were more tears than smiles.
On a bright and sunny Sunday, Aug. 24, filmmaker Spike Lee brought his “Brooklyn Loves Michael Jackson” celebration back to “Da People’s Republic of Brooklyn.”