Saying “thank-you” is a habit for many consumers as they go about their day-to-day routine, but expressing gratitude while at work could come with a number of positive benefits, according to a new study.
In an alarming that reaches from Harlem to Hollywood is a story written by Kia Makarechi for Vanity Fair Magazine reports that as the nation reels from a series of high-profile fatal shootings of black men by police officers, many have decried the lack of readily available data on how racial bias factors into American…
LiV Warfield is used to running. But these days, the former track athlete is flying high with a revived music career. It’s all thanks to discipline, confidence, faith and a music legend named, Prince.
After an acclaimed 65th Anniversary season launch in New York City, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater .
Japan Society New York and Japan Institute of Portland Japanese Garden—two of the foremost Japanese cultural organizations in the world.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today released PlaNYC: Getting Sustainability Done.
On Sunday, January 22, 2023, Savona Bailey-McClain, Executive Director of the West Harlem Art Fund, and her organization will present a panel discussion for Master Drawings New York at the Academy of Arts and Letters.
PBS today announced the ten talented home cooks who will be showcasing their culinary expertise in The Great American Recipe.
Initiated and hosted by National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, nine prestigious theatre companies will come together on Wednesday, October 28 to present.
By Michael McQuillan Never during my youthful McGovern campaigning or as I lobbied in Washington against Nixon’s Vietnam escalation did I dream that our nation’s concurrent crises would surround my adulthood.
The national The COVID Crisis tally from Harlem to Hollywood compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
Throughout January, the Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit will hold free events citywide to provide New Yorkers with individualized and in-person assistance related to tenants’ rights, affordable housing, homelessness prevention and reduction, healthcare, and civic engagement.
Harlem resident Roger Jason Stone Jr., born August 27, 1952…
Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor, Jr. was born on April 16, 1947, in Harlem, New York, the only child of Cora Lillian, a department store price checker, and Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor, Sr., a transit police officer and jazz musician.