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At former City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-viverito's farewell ethnic media roundtable in December: (l. to r.) Erica Gonzalex, Juana Ponce de Leon and Melissa Mark-viverito (Photo via Sing Tao Daily)

Ethnic Media Relations and Other Council Staffers Let Go

Media, New York January 24, 2018 at 5:27 pm

The new City Council speaker has let several staffers in the public tech division go. Sing Tao Daily spoke with Juana Ponce de León, who was director of media diversity and relations for former Council speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.

Voices of NY Staff

Voices of NY Staff

February 12, 2012 at 11:32 pm

Karen Pennar has a long career as a journalist and has also worked in health care and written plays. Karen’s first reporting job was at the Journal of Commerce, where she wrote about foreign currencies. She subsequently worked for nearly two decades at BusinessWeek Magazine, where as Economics Editor andRead More

Hospitals in Bergen County expand Korean translation services and increase Korean-American medical staff

Uncategorized July 5, 2002 at 12:00 am

As the number of Korean patients rapidly increases, hospitals in Bergen County, New Jersey, are setting up hubs to provide services in Korean and secure Korean medical staff. Because most Koreans do not have medical insurance and have trouble using hospital facilities due to the language barrier, the hospitals willRead More

Archbishop Demetrios, honoree and Academy Award-winning actress Olympia Dukakis, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at the event celebrating Greek Independence at Gracie Mansion. (Photo by Costas Bej via The National Herald

Celebrating Greek Independence at Gracie Mansion

Manhattan, Western European March 22, 2018 at 4:08 pm

Mayor Bill de Blasio hosted a celebration of Greek Independence Day at Gracie Mansion, The National Herald reports.

Chirlane McCray during the announcement of the city’s latest effort to help Puerto Rico. (Photo via El Diario)

NYC First Lady Sends Mental Health Experts to Puerto Rico

Health, New York, Puerto Rican March 15, 2018 at 12:18 pm

New York City first lady Chirlane McCray leads an effort to send mental health experts to battle a crisis of stress and suicide in Puerto Rico, El Diario/La Prensa reports.

Alicka Ampry-Samuel (foreground) at a press conference at City Hall on Feb. 20, putting pressure on NYCHA to fix heat and hot water issues in public housing. (Photo from Council member Ampry-Samuel’s office via Bklyner)

Alicka Ampry-Samuel is ‘Showing Up’

Brooklyn, Government March 12, 2018 at 4:33 pm

Bklyner looks at what Council member Alicka Ampry-Samuel has already done in her first two months representing the 41st district, and what she hopes to do for her native Brownsville.

City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, at the March 8 Newsmakers briefing at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, with Errol Louis, CUNY J-school professor and NY1 political correspondent (Photo by Marco Poggio for the Center for the Community and Ethnic Media)

Council Speaker Johnson Addresses Ethnic Media

City Council Speaker Corey Johnson met with the community and ethnic press at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism March 8.

Shola Olatoye (Photo by Bill Moore via Amsterdam News)

NYCHA’s Olatoye on Challenges

Housing, New York March 1, 2018 at 4:28 pm

NYCHA chair Shola Olatoye speaks with Amsterdam News about addressing issues in public housing.

Ari Espinal and Catalina Cruz are set to give voters in Corona, Elmhurst a Jackson Heights a choice on Special Election Day. (Photo courtesy of Friends of Ari Espinal/Catalina Cruz for Assembly via City Limits)

Cruz to Take on Espinal in April Election – a ‘Rarity’

Politics, Queens February 27, 2018 at 4:56 pm

The special election race for the Assembly district 39 seat in Queens will be a “rarity,” writes City Limits, in that there will be more than one candidate.

Argentinean entrepreneur Daniel Levy, at his Manhattan Office Design headquarters. (Photo by Mariela Lombard via El Diario)

Latino Minority Businesses Grow – But Not Fast Enough

Business, Latino, New York February 26, 2018 at 5:16 pm

While local, statewide and federal efforts have benefited minority-owned businesses, the number of city contracts is growing at a slower pace than Hispanic entrepreneurs expected, El Diario/La Prensa reports.

The controversial sculpture by Marc and Gillie. (Photo via Sing Tao Daily)

Sculpture to Celebrate Year of the Dog Stirs Controversy in Chinatown

East Asian, Manhattan February 16, 2018 at 4:48 pm

The unveiling of a statue to mark the Lunar New Year was cancelled after drawing criticism from Chinatown residents, reports Sing Tao Daily. The head of the Chinatown Partnership defended the decision to introduce the sculpture.

Farah Larrieux (Photo via The Haitian Times)

Farah Larrieux: Faces of TPS

Caribbean, Immigration February 16, 2018 at 4:17 pm

TPS recipient Farah Larrieux speaks to The Haitian Times about the impact of the end of the status on Haitians in the U.S. and in Haiti.

Sahadi's co-owner Christine Sahadi Whelan and her husband Pat. (Photo via Brooklyn Reporter)

Sahadi’s to Open in Sunset Park

Brooklyn, Business, Middle Eastern February 13, 2018 at 4:07 pm

Sahadi’s, the famed Middle Eastern grocery store in Brooklyn, is opening its second location after seven decades on Atlantic Avenue, report Brooklyn Reporter and Brooklyn Paper.

Herbie Morscher behind the counter of his family-owned pork store, which has called Ridgewood home since 1955. (Photo by Ryan Kelley via QNS)

A German Butcher Shop Survives in Ridgewood

Business, Food, Queens, Western European February 6, 2018 at 5:33 pm

QNS takes a look at how Morscher’s Pork Store has managed to operate in the same location since 1955 amid changing demographics.

This Crisis Pregnancy Center in The Bronx uses an eye-catching sign to capture the attention of women seeking advice about pregnancy and abortion. (Photo provided to El Diario)

‘Crisis Pregnancy Centers’ Scare and Deceive Women

Health, Latino, New York, Women February 1, 2018 at 5:45 pm

El Diario/La Prensa takes a deeper look at an “anti-abortion” center fined by the city for deliberately giving false information to women, and finds that 50 percent of its clients are Hispanic.