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New York Trend NYC: June 28 - July 4, 2018
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New York Trend NYC: June 28 – July 4, 2018

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Liberia First Lady To Be Honored By UNIA-ACL In New York
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Liberia First Lady To Be Honored By UNIA-ACL In New York

The First Lady of the Republic of Liberia, Her Excellency Clar Duncan-Weah, will be honored by the Universal Negro Improvement Association & African Communities League (UNIA-ACL) at Dinner Reception & Fundraiser in her honor at Occasions Catering Hall located at 127-08 Merrick Blvd, Queens, NY on Wednesday, July 18. The grand ceremony, scheduled to begin at […]

Ballet Hispánico at the Vail Dance Festival - August 2018
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Ballet Hispánico at the Vail Dance Festival – August 2018

Ballet Hispanico, the nation’s premier Latino dance organization, brings its bold and eclectic brand of contemporary dance to the Vail Dance Festival for the first time in August 2018. “We are thrilled to be part of this renowned festival that is meeting the need for diversity head-on with its innovative pairings of artists of all […]

"Developing Intention", the 2018 Exhibition of The Studio Museum in Harlem’s Annual Expanding the Walls Program
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“Developing Intention”, the 2018 Exhibition of The Studio Museum in Harlem’s Annual Expanding the Walls Program

From July 13 through August 31, 2018, Developing Intention, the 2018 exhibition of The Studio Museum in Harlem’s annual Expanding the Walls program, will be on view in The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education. While the Studio Museum is closed to the public to prepare for the start of construction on […]

Broadway in the Boros!
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Broadway in the Boros!

Broadway in the Boros is ready to bring more free musical performances to neighborhoods across the city! The Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment (MOME) was most recently in Queens where more than a thousand people came out to watch current Broadway casts from “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” and “Once On This Island,” the […]

First Clinic Dedicated to Express Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections is Now Open
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First Clinic Dedicated to Express Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections is Now Open

The NYC Health Department has announced the opening of Chelsea Express, a dedicated space located in the same building as the Chelsea Sexual Health Clinic, where patients who don’t have symptoms can get tested for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis and HIV without having to see a clinician. Although all eight of the Health Department’s Sexual Health […]

New York State’s Largest African American Chamber LIAACC’S President Tapped To Participate In Fireside Chat In NY
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New York State’s Largest African American Chamber LIAACC’S President Tapped To Participate In Fireside Chat In NY

On August 21, 2018 New York State’s largest African American Chamber’s President Phil Andrews has been selected to participate in one of the most anticipated event of the year the 2018 Fireside KEOS Chat. Register early for the August 21,2018 Fireside KEOS Chat on eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fireside-key-elements-of-success-keos-why-theyre-so-critical-to-success-tickets-47197479933   Cocktails and live band 6:00pm to 7:00pm @ […]

Movie Review: The First Purge
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Movie Review: The First Purge

Five years ago The Purge was released in theaters. Though brushed off by many, myself included, as a standard home invasion film with a ridiculous premise, it went on to gross an unbelievable amount of money which of course began one of the most successful franchises in film history. Despite it’s weak start the sequels Anarchy and Election Year established themselves […]

First Human Case of West Nile Virus for 2018 Season Confirmed
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First Human Case of West Nile Virus for 2018 Season Confirmed

The NYC Health Department has confirmed the first human case of West Nile virus and the first collection of mosquitoes infected with the virus of the 2018 season. The patient, a resident of Manhattan who is over 50 years of age, was hospitalized earlier this month with encephalitis and has since been discharged. Human cases […]

Con Edison's Tips on Staying Cool & Saving on Energy Bills During this Heat Wave
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Con Edison’s Tips on Staying Cool & Saving on Energy Bills During this Heat Wave

  As the heat wave rolls into the work week and the demand for power increases, Con Edison is offering tips to help customers stay cool and save on their energy bills. The company has crews ready to respond to any power outages that occur during the extreme heat. Customers can report outages and check […]

What to do When Your Child HATES Math
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What to do When Your Child HATES Math

By Kate Snow Kids hate math for many different reasons. Some find it too hard, others find it overwhelming, and still others are so bored by it that they can hardly bring themselves to complete their assignments. But whatever the reason, nothing ruins a day (and mom’s nerves) like fighting about math. The constant arguing, […]

Copiague Native Serves Aboard a Floating Airport at Sea
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Copiague Native Serves Aboard a Floating Airport at Sea

A Copiague, New York, native and 2006 Saint John the Baptist Diocesan High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, which recently returned from a 7-month deployment. Petty Officer 3rd Class Kimberly Ferrari is a quartermaster aboard the carrier operating out of San Diego. A Navy quartermaster […]

Should I Stay or Should I Go?  Three Signs You Should Keep Your Job & Three Signs You Shouldn't
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Should I Stay or Should I Go? Three Signs You Should Keep Your Job & Three Signs You Shouldn’t

By Holly Caplan Growing up I was taught by my parents to get a job and keep a job. Period. It was ingrained in me that once I graduated college, I needed to land at a good company and stay there. The big reward would be retirement at 40 years with a fancy company pen […]

Nigerian American Artist Publishes a Book that Every Black Person Needs to Read
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Nigerian American Artist Publishes a Book that Every Black Person Needs to Read

‘the geometry of being Black’ is a book that probes into the effects of anti-Blackness on the Black community. Divided into five segments: receiving, internalizing, unlearning, loving and resisting; the book delves into how the Black community receives and internalizes anti-Blackness, how the community can unlearn and resist anti- Blackness, and how the community can begin […]