Cuomo Claus Visits Brooklyn

Dec 24, 13 Cuomo Claus Visits Brooklyn

Posted by in All, Featured

Brooklyn kids at the Hope City Empowerment Center in Prospect Heights who were good all year received some special treats from Governor Andrew Cuomo, acting the part of Santa Claus on Sunday. The governor, along with several other government officials got together to distribute toys, coats and school supplies to the kids, who were...

read more

Bay Ridge Community Mural Honors Vets Through the Years

Nov 19, 13 Bay Ridge Community Mural Honors Vets Through the Years

Posted by in All, Featured

A beautiful mural was the result of cooperation between the residents of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn and the mural-producing group Groundswell. The mural, which was unveiled on November 16, is an artistic “hats-off” to the soldiers who served their country during World War II, in Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq. The mural was painted...

read more

The Kennedy Assassination: Newspapers Attest to Date Which Lives on in Infamy

Nov 12, 13 The Kennedy Assassination: Newspapers Attest to Date Which Lives on in Infamy

Posted by in All, Featured

As the 50th anniversary of the slaying of President John F. Kennedy approaches, it is fitting to remember this date as one that no doubt changed the course of history. At a unique and timely exhibition hosted by the Shapell Manuscript Foundation, documents, newspapers and photographs are on display to learn the history and study...

read more

This Day in History: Robert Kennedy Announced Senate Candidacy

Aug 25, 13 This Day in History: Robert Kennedy Announced Senate Candidacy

Posted by in All, Featured

On August 25, 1964 Robert (Bobby) Kennedy announced his intention to run in the race for Senator of New York State from his podium at aGracie Mansion. Later that year, on November 3, Kennedy won his bid against Republican incumbent Senator Kenneth B. Keating. Many said that Kennedy’s term as Senator was a stepping stone to the...

read more

Nine Months After Sandy Food Pantry Still Serving Coney Island

Jul 28, 13 Nine Months After Sandy Food Pantry Still Serving Coney Island

Posted by in All, Featured

Ever since Hurricane Sandy wreaked her havoc on the residents of Coney Island, the Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger has been bringing a mobile pantry to help feed residents there once a week. Over the course of the past nine months the Campaign has evolved from emergency mode to the long-term recovery, giving out food for about 500... Liverpool it support

read more

NY’s IDT Energy Joins RESA

Earlier this week, the Retail Energy Supply Association welcomed New York-based energy retailer IDT Energy as a member. Since its inception, IDT has become one of the largest independent energy suppliers in the United States, with customers in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Illinois. RESA President Melissa...

read more