From Rome With Love, Bettoja Hotels’ Chefs Share Their Favorite Easter Recipes With Harlem

Since we still cannot travel to Italy right now, the fabulous chefs of Rome’s hospitality group Bettoja Hotels are sharing some of their authentic dishes for a delightful and flavorful Continue Reading →

NYC Reports At Least 89 Cases Of Multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome In Children

Following an investigation by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, thus far 89 pediatric patients have been found to have symptoms consistent with the recently recognized multisystem inflammatory Continue Reading →

Mario César Romero, 78, Art Historian Of East Harlem, Dies, But His Contributions Does Not

By Larisa Ortiz, Center for Puerto Rican Studies It is with great sadness that the family of Mario César Romero announces his passing. Mario César passed away on Tuesday, April Continue Reading →

Etu’s World: New York Fashion Week And Palindrome Party 2020 (Photographs)

By Etu Evans Of course, the night will be magical when your birthday falls in the same month of New York Fashion Week, Black History Month, Ground Hog day to Continue Reading →

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Can Go Undiagnosed In Many Young People From Harlem To Hollywood

A new study conducted by researchers from DePaul University found that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), otherwise known as Myalgic Encephalitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), is often undiagnosed among the younger population. Continue Reading →