On December 10, 2016, the Police Athletic League (PAL), the city’s largest, independent, nonprofit youth organization, hosted hundreds of boys and girls, ages six to 10, from all five boroughs at a festive holiday party at the PAL Harlem Center. Continue Reading →
The Rev. Al Sharpton discussed the race for retiring Congressman Charles Rangel‘s seat—using a weekly live address to endorse Rangel’s favored successor and to blast “political gentrification,” “new leadership” and “negroes you ain’t never seen before.” Continue Reading →
The Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Program (HJTEP) celebrated its 44th year of extraordinary service and dedication to its program participants on Monday, April 25, 2016.
The Black Stars News 2015 Annual Awards Dinner will honor Mayor David Dinkins, Rep. Charles Rangel, Rep. Yvette Clarke, R. Donahue Peebles, Barbara Arnwine, Inez Barron, Sabrina Lamb, Dr. Rudy Crew, Stephen Byrd, Alia Jones, and the Central Park Five survivors of gross injustice on December 18 from 6:00pm – 10:00pm at MIST Harlem, 46 West 116th Street.
Former New York City Mayor and Harlem fave David Dinkins, Doug Wirth, President and CEO of Amida Care, New York’s largest Medicaid Special Needs Health Plan (SNP), received the Health Care Leadership Award from the Acacia Network, Inc. at its 45th Annual Gala on October 15 in midtown Manhattan. Continue Reading →
Last month, Hunter College President Jennifer J. Raab hosted her annual summer cocktail reception. More than 400 guests attended the event which took place in the historic Roosevelt House on East 65th Street. Continue Reading →
Join us to celebrate on Saturday, July 11th from 9-11am at the kick-off event of the Free Summer Reading and Tennis Clinics at the David Dinkins Tennis Club (DDTC) in Fred Johnson Park @ 150th St & Seventh Ave. There will be cake and singing! Continue Reading →
Harlem fave and Mayor David Dinkins has been a member of The Friars Club for decades and is proud to serve as Event Chairman for the August 4th Gala celebrating two incredible honorees Diahann Carroll and Dayman John. Continue Reading →