New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced the donation of surplus city supplies to Ukraine to support ongoing humanitarian needs.
As the Russian military invasion of Ukraine has unfolded, so too has a humanitarian crisis that has forced civilians to flee their homes or take refuge in bomb shelters and subway stations throughout the country.
The price of gasoline, which had slowly moved higher since the start of the year, shifted into overdrive this week as Russian forces fought to take over Ukraine.
It’s not something the average grocery shopper would think about, but there’s a connection between what’s going on in Ukraine and the price increases Americans will likely pay in the near future.
There are different legal statuses of surrogacy in different countries. Some states ban the procedure; others are more loyal and allow for surrogacy if the procedure meets all the requirements at 100%.
Broadway Celebrates Juneteenth, part of The Broadway League’s Black to Broadway Initiative, returns to Times Square.
St. Ann’s Warehouse and The Walk Productions today announced plans to bring Amal, the internationally celebrated 12-foot-tall puppet of a 10-year-old refugee Syrian girl, to New York City September 14 – October 2, 2022.