Reading is fundamental.
In celebration of Martin Luther King Day on Jan. 20, people around the world honor the civil rights leader and remember the great impact he had.
This month, a new play debuted on 42nd Street called “Mother Africa.”
Total Equity Now holds the annual Literacy Across Harlem Holiday Book Drive
The Harlem Commonwealth Council Inc announces a Harlem-based six-week course dedicated to developing film industry-ready production assistants.
Several hundred people gathered at Foley Square on Sunday morning for the annual Kidney Foundation Walk
Clarke-Ruiz wanted to start an animated short called “Fortune Girls”
Nearly three weeks have passed since the disappearance of autistic 14-year-old Avonte Oquendo, and the search for the missing teen has not let up, even as the NYPD lightens up on its efforts.
This past Saturday, on Oct. 12, the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Brooklyn Alumnae Chapter hosted their 2013 Teen Lift orientation for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors.