A new exhibition memorializing the history of Jewish refugees in Shanghai during World War II is coming to New York City for two weeks starting on Tuesday, Aug. 1.
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“The only way to eradicate this kind of ignorance is through our public schools all throughout the state,” says New York state senator John Liu.
The sport takes lots of skill but at its roots the tournament is about tradition and culture. Fox 5 NY’s Arthur Chi’en reports.
New York City’s three library systems—Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), New York Public Library (NYPL) and Queens Public Library (QPL)—are partnering up with the New York Life Foundation to give away … Read more
City officials are pounding the pavement to try to prevent lithium-ion battery fires. PIX11’S Eileen Lehpamer was granted exclusive access to go along with members of New York City’s Small … Read more
Maddie Mendoza’s parents both have roots in the Philippines, and her dad has served in the U.S. military for 16 years.
A U.S. Army soldier from Massachusetts reported missing in action while his unit was involved in fighting against German forces in Italy during World War II has been accounted for, … Read more
If you’re a NYC-based business – a startup, growth-stage, or needing a boost after the pandemic – the NYC Small Business Opportunity Fund is a trusted, affordable way to invest … Read more
After being pictured in Harlem earlier this week, the pair then headed to Chinatown, New York City.
The affordable housing lottery has launched for 282 Grand Street, a seven-story residential building on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Designed by DeFonseca Architects and developed by Prosper Property … Read more
Manhattan’s Chinatown welcomed the Lunar New Year in spectacular fashion, beginning with Midnight Madness on Canal Street overnight on Saturday, and continuing on with celebrations inside Sara D. Roosevelt Park … Read more