Joyce Dinkins, the former first lady of New York City, has died at 89. Dinkins died Sunday at home, her family said in a statement.
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine welcomes Donna Dinkins, David Dinkins, Jr., and their families for a memorial service.
The Dinkins family wishes to express their appreciation to everyone who has reached out with condolences, respect, and love.
Yesterday, Harlem luminaries, elected officials and Riverton residents gathered in Harlem at an event hosted by A&E Real Estate and the Riverton Tenants Association.
One-hundred pastors representing thousands of congregants from Harlem to Hollis today released a letter expressing vehement opposition to the New York City Council’s proposed ban on real fur.
City Parks Department officials will meet with Harlem residents Thursday night to discuss planned improvements for the Harlem Lane Playground, a public park located on Harlem River Drive between West 151st and 154th streets.
If one walks along Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard (aka Seventh Avenue) in Harlem today, they will see, for the first time in over 90 years, a vacant lot on the east side of the thoroughfare between West 137th and West 138th Streets.
To all of the dear followers of communications that I have sent on behalf of our Forever Mayor, David N. Dinkins, over the past 8 years.
Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Immigrant Affairs Commissioner Bitta Mostofi kicked off Immigrant Heritage Week 2019, the City’s annual celebration of immigrant New Yorkers, past and present.
From David Dinkins On December 4th, the world lost one of its finest when Jack Rudin left this earth. Jack was brilliant, generous, and shared his kind heart freely. Besides being one of New York’s most influential business and civic leaders, Jack was my dear friend.