On Wednesday, November 19th at 9:00 PM you will find a familiar face playing the role of Judge Baker on NBC’s Law & Order SVU. Continue Reading →
It’s also noteworthy that federal law prohibits local governments from building more public housing than already exists.
Gothamist reports that the devolving public housing situation in NYC is just getting worse, and the New York City Housing Authority requires an injection of about $18 billion just to make necessary repairs that’ll keep desperately needed housing stock habitable. Continue Reading →
FreshDirect, a leading online fresh food grocer, announced today that it has named Harlemite Larry Scott Blackmon Vice President, Community and Government Affairs. 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 →
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday he won’t endorse any candidate in New York’s 13th congressional race, a major blow to U.S. Rep. Charlie Rangel of Harlem as he seeks a 23rd term in office. Continue Reading →
Town & Country will present the magazine’s first-ever Philanthropy Summit at Hearst Tower in New York City on Wednesday, May 28, 2014. The Summit gathers the country’s most passionate philanthropists and visionary leaders of charitable organizations, with Geoffrey Canada from Harlem Children’s Zone as one of the lead panelist. Continue Reading →
New York City’s specialized schools still have low enrollment among minorities, according to a city report released on Friday. Continue Reading →
The controversial founder of the Success Academy charter schools, Eva Moskowitz, said on Monday that her network and a group of parents filed a lawsuit to reverse the city’s decision to block a middle school from opening this fall even as Mayor Bill de Blasio said he would find alternate seats for the 194 children affected. Continue Reading →
A law requiring all city agencies, commissions and task forces to webcast their public meetings and hearings took effect this week, but most of those entities are failing to comply. Continue Reading →
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio took off the gloves in his battle with education reformers, rescinding an agreement for the city to share space with several public charter schools. Continue Reading →