A pop-up exhibit about the meaning of francophonie in New York will take place this Sunday in Harlem, French Morning reports.
Republican mayoral candidate Paul Massey recently visited Chinatown, Sing Tao Daily reports.
At a Philippine Consulate event for International Women’s Day, attendees praised Housing Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer for her political success, reports The FilAm.
A photo exhibit by Louis Chan, the artist-in-residence at Pearl River Mart, gives a glimpse into the homes of Chinese Americans and the “Chinese characteristics” they keep intact, reports World Journal.
City Council candidate Carlina Rivera, of Puerto Rican heritage, seeks to bring on a new generation of Latina leaders in the city, as 3 of 4 Latina council members end their term this year, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
An exhibit at the New-York Historical Society features numerous examples of Native American body art, reports Indian Country Media Network.
Gotham Gazette catches up with Yuh-Line Niou after her first month and a half as the Assembly member representing Sheldon Silver’s former seat.
In an episode of CUNY TV’s “Black America,” scholar and poet Kevin Young talks about his role as the director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and his works of poetry.
Women from across the city met at a health summit in Harlem on March 18 to discuss health equity issues around HIV/AIDS treatment and other health care in the city.
In reporting on the renowned Negro Ensemble Company’s planned move to the East Village, The Villager covers a discussion between directors from NEC and Theatre 80 St. Marks, its new home.
French filmmaker Benoit Cohen worked for a year as a New York taxi driver to research for a future film and a book that will be presented March 15 in Manhattan, French Morning reports.
During a meeting with the New York Mexican community in which he vowed to defend migrants, Mexican presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López-Obrador was met with cheers and protests, Diario de México USA reports.
The Bronx Free Press reports on a reading of a new book by Julia Álvarez.
Prominent Irish figures will take the stage at Riverside Church on St. Patrick’s Day for the “Irish Stand” rally and concert, billed as a “global call for justice and equality,” reports Irish Echo.
Winnie’s Bar is slated to make a comeback in a second-floor location in Chinatown, World Journal reports.