Local veterans and volunteers from the United War Veterans Council (UWVC) – producers of the annual NYC Veterans Day Parade – were in for a sweet treat this morning as students from the Richard H. Hungerford School on Staten Island contributed handmade cards and gifts to the UWVC’s annual Valentine’s Day Caravan. Continue Reading →
The 2014 annual report of the United Health Foundation’s state health rankings for NY (http://www.americashealthrankings.org/NY) notes that obesity has increased by 8%. Unhealthy eating habits and lack of an active lifestyle are two major causes of this continuing increase in our waistlines. Continue Reading →
Morris (Maishel Arriz in Hebrew) Harris was born in Svadish, Lithuania (then a part of Russia) in 1874. Svadish was one block long with very small one-story houses, except for the Harris house which had two stories.
New Heritage in partnership with Community Works NYC is privileged to be a part of the American Museum of Natural History’s annual Kwanzaa celebration. Continue Reading →
The rent laws protecting over 2.5 million New Yorkers are set to expire in 2015, and tenant advocates are committing to renewing and strengthening the Emergency Tenant Protection Act. Continue Reading →
Harlem Halloween Costume Crawl on Friday, October 31st!
This event will focus on helping early childhood leaders navigate and help families access resources in order to empower themselves. Continue Reading →
The dead will bring Harlem to life on Harloween. Hundreds of dancing zombies are expected to flood Lenox Ave. near 124th St. on Oct. 31 for a rousing rendition of the late legendary pop artist Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Continue Reading →
New York state wants to take a bite out of the Big Apple’s tourism market–attracting a greater share of the 54 million plus people who visit the city and convincing them to spend time upstate and on Long Island. Continue Reading →