Jane Moss To Step Down As Artistic Director Of Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts

After nearly three decades providing artistic leadership at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Jane Moss will step down from her post as Artistic Director effective August 1, 2020. Continue Reading →

Regulators Ask Netflix To Stop Streaming HD Quality

If you — like many others — are practicing social distancing in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak by curling up and watching a streaming platform like Netflix, then it may be time to lower your video quality. 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 syndrome in children (MIS-C). Continue Reading →

The Tupac A. Shakur Foundation, Named After Harlem Born Tupac Shakur Launches Healing Tank Project

In an effort to aid in maintaining one’s mental health during this global pandemic, The Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation launches phase 1 of “The Healing Tank Project.” Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: Brown, Black New Yorkers Make Up 90% Of Coronavirus Arrests

Ninety percent of the 125 people arrested for alleged novel coronavirus-linked crimes are people of color, the NYPD announced Tuesday. Continue Reading →

DCWP Commissioner Salas Urges New Yorkers To Use It’s Free Financial Resources

Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today urged New Yorkers to access their financial empowerment resources and to get their Economic Impact Payment by direct deposit because its faster and safer. Continue Reading →