Kimchi is making inroads in markets like Whole Foods as New Yorkers and Americans embrace the traditional fermented dish, and its new variants.
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.
A naloxone training in the South Bronx is one of many in health care and community centers across the city after the expansion of a state program.
Kids in Brooklyn are learning to play soccer with a Dutch trainer.
The Tibetan New Year was observed by members of the Tibetan tri-state community on March 4.
Korean seniors in New York with low incomes often join a mutual aid society program to finance their burials. Now some worry that they may put in more money than their children will be able to draw out, and revisions to the program have been put in place to enhance equity.
Two rabbis talk about their action to oppose President Trump’s Muslim ban.
Despite the objections of residents, the New York City Housing Authority is selling off green spaces and parking lots to developers to try to pay off a huge debt. Ground breaks on at least three major projects in the fall.
Teens in NYC neighborhoods with high teen pregnancy rates are working to help educate their peers and reduce the rates.
Preserving East New York sponsored a “heart bombing” of the Empire State Dairy to raise awareness of historic buildings in the neighborhood.
Bethlehem-born Rev. Khader El-Yateem is running for the City Council seat in his home district in Brooklyn, and hopes to work as a bridge-builder in the community.
The father-daughter team behind Dawa’s serves up both Himalayan and American fare, from pancakes and French toast to momos and gyuma.
Butcher Imran Uddin continues to serve customers at Madani Halal, founded by his recently deceased father, while he contemplates his future role in the Bangladeshi community of Queens.
From cowry shells to combat fatigues, fashions from young designer Yvonne Jewnell celebrate the strength of women of color.
A silent march, a series of speakers and an exhibit and performances marked the 75th anniversary of FDR’s executive order which resulted in the internment of 100,000 Japanese Americans on the West Coast during World War II.