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Epicenter NYC Podcast
Weeksville, Together with Epicenter NYC and the Underground Railroad Consortium of New York State, Highlights the Significance of this Brooklyn Historic Site with a Special Tour
New Yorkers from All Corners of the City Gathered in Brooklyn to Honor and Promote Black History Beyond February
Billionaire Steve Cohen pledged $5 million in addiction prevention and related services in Flushing if his proposed casino complex becomes a reality. Critics say a casino will cause gambling problems in the community.
With a citywide vacancy of 1.41% between January and July of last year, there are virtually no affordable apartments available for rent anywhere.
Join us for a lively tour at the Weeksville Heritage Center, where you’ll explore rich history and cultural heritage firsthand!
Mayor Adams was defensive amid pushback against his decision to implement remote learning during a recent snow day. “If you are a parent and not willing to navigate a computer for your child, that’s a sad commentary,” he said (while wearing a $700 Fendi logo scarf).
Flooded with questions: East Elmhurst faces a decade-long sewer repair–and delays–amid fight for transparency
Neighbors respond to the city’s newly unveiled plan to address sewage problems in East Elmhurst and neighboring communities.
While the news has been full of coverage about the NYPD officers who were assaulted in Times Square, the media has been oddly silent about the pro-Palestinian protesters at Colombia University who were sprayed with a chemical agent.
Al Bright’s journey from being banned at a segregated pool to becoming a celebrated artist and educator shows the power of resilience and talent.
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