How To Make Sure Your Children Have Healthy Teeth

Practicing good dental habits is important for children to protect their teeth from decay. You should start early, when your baby is an infant. Continue Reading →

NYC Department Of Design Construction Accepting Apps From Harlem To Hollis

YC Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and the NYC Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), announced today it is accepting applications for its upcoming summer internship programs. Continue Reading →

Columbia Accidentally Accepts, Then Rejects Students

Those few seconds before opening an email about a university application can be excruciating. What comes afterward could be a wave of joy — or a wall of dread. Continue Reading →

In 1935, A 125-pound Alligator Wacked In An East Harlem Sewer

While most New Yorkers spent yesterday in sweat pants watching Netflix, Michael Miscione was busy celebrating “Alligators in the Sewers Day.” Continue Reading →

Congressman Espaillat On Honoring Fashion Designer Oscar de la Renta

Congressman Adriano Espaillat issued the following statement regarding today’s unveiling of the United States postage stamp honoring Dominican-American fashion designer Oscar de la Renta: Continue Reading →

Five Caribbean Artists In FEEGZ Selects In Harlem

Art In FLUX collaborates with artist, curator, educator and community activist Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez on an upcoming exhibition, FEEGZ Selects: Lineas, Formas, Colores y Cuadriculas (FEEGZ Selects: Lines, shapes, color and grids) featuring Dominguez’ (aka FEEGZ) selection of five uptown Caribbean American artists.  Continue Reading →

Season Two Of OWN’s “Greenleaf” Premieres In March 2017

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced yesterday the season two premiere date for its acclaimed original drama series “Greenleaf” from Lionsgate, Emmy-nominated creator/executive producer Craig Wright (“Lost,” “Six Feet Under”) and executive producers Clement Virgo (“The Book of Negroes”) and Oprah Winfrey. Continue Reading →

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Commitment To Reproductive Health & Right To Choose

Today Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced a proposal to amend the New York State Constitution to guarantee a woman’s right to choose by codifying the protections established in Roe v. Wade. Continue Reading →

Subway And Bus Fare Will Remain $2.75 Following MTA Vote

Going against most predictions, the MTA decided not to increase the base fare for a single subway or bus ride from $2.75 to $3, DNAinfo first reported. Continue Reading →

New York Leads The Way, A Note From Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

Fellow New Yorker,

At these stormy times of instability and confusion, New York must serve as a safe harbor for the progressive principles and social justice that made America. Continue Reading →