Op-Ed: Health Commissioner Dr. Ashwin Vasan On The New Phase Of The COVID-19 Pandemic

By Dr. Ashwin Vasan

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, New Yorkers have stepped up time and time again to protect each other. Continue Reading →


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Lottery Parakeet Explains How The COVID-19 Pandemic Led To A Lottery Renaissance

It’s fair to say that as a society we all crave what could be deemed as ‘easy money’ and in times of hardship, such as when living through a pandemic, that desire to strike it rich only increases exponentially. Continue Reading →


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Teachers, Doctors Unite To Test Kids, Reassure Parents As Schools Reopen From Harlem To Hollis

This week, as schools partially reopened for Pre-K through Grade Six despite recent closures, comm Continue Reading →


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Fewer And Fewer Consumers From Harlem To Hawaii Plan To Travel For Thanksgiving Because Of COVID

The number of Americans who plan to travel for Thanksgiving this year is considerably lower than those who did it last year, according to a new study from Cars.com. Continue Reading →


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How To Plan The Perfect COVID-19 Wedding

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned people’s worlds upside down; it has meant that people have had to postpone their weddings and then cancel the new dates. Continue Reading →


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Mayor de Blasio Announces The Mentors Matter Initiative From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the Mentors Matters Initiative to provide mentoring, tutoring, and social-emotional support to thousands of students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue Reading →


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It’s Not Too Late, How Going To College Can Boost Your Harlem Business

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be a tough challenge for black-owned businesses in Harlem and across the US, with more than 440,000 (40 percent) of them have gone out of business by April, according to a report by the University of California at Santa Cruz. Continue Reading →


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