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LGBTQ community find a home in Big Apple Rec League

"I can no longer walk out of my door in New York City and be alone."


Drinks to go could be a lifeline for city restaurants


Democratic New York gubernatorial candidate Jumaane Williams rallies to ‘tax the rich’

In the two years since the Covid-19 pandemic began, billionaires in the United States grew 57% richer, adding $1.7 trillion to their worth.


Transgender, non-binary and gender non-confirming boxing group promotes community building

While Nolan Hanson was taking time off from competing in amateur boxing due to a wrist injury that required surgery, […]


New Yorkers are fearful after Sunset Park subway shooting and arrest

Although there’s an increased police presence, some feel this is a part of a bigger issue of subway safety in the city.


Little relief at the pumps

A week after Biden’s historic oil reserve release to reduce gas prices, motorist are still struggling to fill a tank.


Non-profit helps students in Bronx grow microgreens to tackle food insecurity

Its activities are divided between organizing climate-based after-school programming like the gardening club and incorporating climate curriculum into classes.


Arson Shakes Bushwick Queer Community

“I could have never imagined this would happen,” said Tyler Glenn, the club's bartender when the fire broke out.


Many Ukrainian refugees live in US “legal limbo

Many Ukrainian families that don't have permanent residency or green cards in the US are staying here with just tourist visas.  They are not eligible for work and their children cannot attend school.


Brain Drain Impacts Mental Health in Bosnia and Herzegovina

With March 2021 marking the 30th anniversary of the Bosnian war and the country facing its greatest governmental crisis since the Balkan wars, millennials and Gen Z’ers are leaving the country in droves due to political and economic issues - a phenomenon called “brain drain.”