While most of the city's been booked, there are still some great options to bring in the new year.
Michael Bloomberg Admits To Exploiting Prison Labor To Make 2020 Campaign Phone Calls: 'We Didn't Know'
“We didn’t know about this and we never would have allowed it if we had,” Bloomberg spokesperson Julie Wood said. “We don’t believe in this practice and we’ve now ended our relationship with the subcontractor in question.”
On the first day of Kwanzaa, more than 5,000 people will bar crawl in Brooklyn and Harlem for the ultimate “party with a purpose.”
The teen reportedly walked to a relative’s apartment in the Bronx, and she has already met with police officers.
Some 155 organizations to be awarded by the $19 million NYC Complete Count Fund as part of a citywide effort to ensure full participation in the 2020 census.
New York City Reaches $980,000 Settlement With Young Detainees Who Were Beaten, Forced Into Solitary Confinement
Four young detainees who were transferred from Rikers and imprisoned in an Albany jail have won their case against the city of New York.
The inaugural celebration of Black style kicks off on September 4th.
ESSENCE's exclusive guide on how to see, taste and experience the hottest destinations in Black travel.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio pointed to policies in his city, such as the Green New Deal, $15 minimum wage, and free early childhood education as examples of what he would want to accomplish during his presidency.
The host of an Upper West Side rental called a group of Black men "monkeys" before kicking them out at 2 a.m.
Nana Agyemang created a business bruncheon to give women of color a chance to nibble and network in a very fashionable way.
Malaysia Goodson's fatal fall down New York City subway stairs has increased scrutiny on the city's transit system which has been blasted for its inaccessibility.
“NOOOOOOOOOOO ANOTHER BLACK PERSON.” That was the message that Giselle Maurice, a nanny out of New York City apparently got after meeting her new employer Lynsey Plasco-Flaxman for her first […]
White New York City Teacher Who Stepped On Black Students' Backs During Slavery Lessons Wants To Sue Over Reverse Racism
In peak Caucasity, a white Bronx social studies teacher who is facing being fired after stepping on Black students’ backs during a lesson on slavery, is now claiming that she […]