AMNY reports that Manhattan has one supermarket for every 7,178 of its residents, and its borough president said that must change.
The National Supermarket Association (NSA), community leaders and elected officials, including New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and New York State Senator Adriano Espaillat, rallied today on East 116th Street, Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Mayor’s Office of Food Policy (MOFP) announced today the release of the City’s first-ever 10-Year Food Policy Plan.
The National Supermarket Association (NSA) today announced that in partnership with Lyft, it will provide access to transportation for seniors in New York City.
In a unanimous vote this morning, the Manhattan Borough Board formally called on the City Council and Mayor Bill de Blasio to pass and sign into law two bills reforming Continue Reading →
At the foot of Uptown’s own cathedral for cultural arts, the historic United Palace (this architectural landmark was once home to Rev. Ike, designed by the legendary Thomas Lamb, etc.,), one of the Continue Reading →
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