Monday, August 8, 2022

Tag: new york city

Newsbreak October 29, 2021

President Biden arrives in Europe and his first official stop is with Pope Francis at the Vatican. The FDA is expected to give emergency-use...

Newsbreak, April 13, 2021

The third week of the Chauvin trial begins, chief Tim Gannon of the Brooklyn Center Police Department alleges that the officer who shot Daunte...

Chef Tristen Epps is making culinary history

In 2014, Tristen Epps was a finalist on the ABC cooking competition series “The Taste.” One of the judges was award-winning chef and restaurateur...

Society Biscayne struggles with pandemic, but owners remain optimistic

Society Biscayne, a 49-story apartment complex, is rising amid the pandemic at 400 Biscayne Blvd., on the former site of the First United Methodist...

Pastor builds bridges between Democrats and Republicans at difficult time

John F. Kennedy once said he believed in an America where the separation of church and state was absolute, where no Catholic, Christian or...

Veronica Bolivar, 25

Veronica Bolivar is a 25-year-old teacher in Brooklyn that is finding new ways to keep her students engaged. According to its website, Brooklyn Robot Foundry...

Kevin Curipan, 28

Kevin Curipan is a construction worker in New York City. This week Curipan has been working 12-hour shifts building mobile hospitals for people infected with COVID-19 in...

Fabiana Ravelo, 23 

In Malaga, Spain news of the outbreak sent Fabiana Ravelo into a panic. As a 23-year-old with type 1 diabetes, she is part of...

Honoring veterans with employment opportunities

Tired of being rejected by employers claiming to be veteran-friendly, Army veteran Rishi Soneja decided to take matters into his own hands. After earning...

Harlem bookstore works to promote African-American literature

In the noisy streets on the northern edge of Harlem lies a peaceful bookstore rich with culture that has become a local community center. Sisters...