Harlem mommy Alicia Keys and Carrie Underwood both rocked their baby bumps of varying sizes at the Global Citizen Festival in New York on Saturday. Alicia Keys is expecting her second baby with husband Swizz Beatz. Continue Reading →
Photographs by Seitu Oronde
Police officers, firefighters, sanitation workers, and congressmen—50 years after the Civil Rights Movement almost 2 million African-Americans fill just about every thinkable position throughout the city.
The biker who plowed into a pedestrian in Central Park and left her critically injured has been released and has not been charged with a crime, police said Friday. Continue Reading →
In honor of the 200th anniversary of the construction of the War of 1812 fortifications, Central Park Conservancy is focusing attention on a critical but largely unknown part of Central Park: The Fort Landscape. Continue Reading →
Join the Open House New York (OHNY) and see inside the Fort Tryon Cottage in the Hudson Heights, Washington Heights and Inwood, New York, 1908. Continue Reading →
NYC Century Bike Tour Celebrates 25th Anniversary with “Ride for Vision Zero” T.A. Event Includes Fundraiser for Effort to Eliminate Traffic Deaths and Serious Injuries. Continue Reading →
Fashion week is getting off to a galloping start. Continue Reading →
The Park! The Views!! This will not last!!! This stunning 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment on Central Park North will take your breath away. Continue Reading →
Gregory Porter’s Blue Note Records debut, the 2014 GRAMMY winning Liquid Spirit, arrived on the heels of two critically acclaimed, GRAMMY nominated indie label albums that quickly propelled Porter to the upper echelon of contemporary male jazz singers. Continue Reading →
‘Justice delayed is justice denied,’ – Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The five men whose convictions in the brutal 1989 beating and rape of a female jogger in Central Park were later overturned have agreed to a settlement of about $40 million from New York City to resolve a bitterly fought civil rights lawsuit over their arrests and imprisonment in the sensational crime. Continue Reading →
NPR wrote that Concha Buika’s voice doesn’t come from inside her petite body: It comes from Africa, and from the past. There are obvious traces of flamenco, itself a historical mash-up of the Moors and various transitory cultures in southern Spain and north Africa. Continue Reading →