At a news conference today, leaders of NYC Health + Hospitals and the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs joined advocacy groups, elected officials, and labor partners in calling on all New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis to speak out!
The American Friends of Blérancourt (AFB) honored actress, producer, singer and songwriter Rita Wilson with the 2018 and first Anne Morgan Women of Courage Award and Jean Astrop with the Château de Blérancourt award during the AFB Annual Gala held in New York City. Continue Reading →
Curbed reports that like death and taxes, MTA fare hikes are, unfortunately, a fact of life—and another one is looming, with the transit authority set to raise prices for its subways, buses, commuter rail lines, and bridge and tunnel tolls. Continue Reading →
Today Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, MotherCoders Founder and CEO Tina Lee, and Google announced a partnership to bring the MotherCoders tech training program to New York City, as part of the City’s Women.nyc initiative. Continue Reading →
The New York City subway system has long been in need of revamp. The subway and buses that serve NYC carry 7.7 million people every day, and the subway system alone has 24 lines and over 400 stations. Continue Reading →
There’s no reason you should not see the new movie Nobody’s Fool with Whoopi Goldberg, Tiffany Haddish, Tika Sumpter, and Omari Hardwick and have a Strawberry-Mezcal Tres Leches and an exceptionally fine wine.
This morning, members of the City Council fanned out from Harlem to Hollis, raising awareness about domestic violence and resources and services available for survivors, as part of NYC Go Purple Day. Continue Reading →