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A pro-Palestinian movement similar to the 1980s campaign to end Apartheid in South Africa has reached a breaking point on CUNY campuses. more
Fellow New York Police Department officers take part in the funeral of retired Lt. Ivan Gonzalez of the 49th Precinct on May 25. Riverdale on Hudson Funeral Home handled the wake and funeral. Some of his colleagues were pallbearers and the color guard saluted him on Riverdale Avenue. more
Jonathan Mejia, who was arrested on May 3 in New Jersey for murdering his uncle, has finally been extradited to New York and formally charged by the Bronx District Attorney’s Office. more
It was May, and it has been far too long since the public spotted a person donning a cap and gown walking down the street along with friends and family. more
Manhattan College Parkway resident Kevin Mullins offers bike repairs pro bono. While he has regular customers, his “business” can also be worrisome to some because it’s literally in a parking space in front of his girlfriend’s home. more
The Doe Fund and Robert Sanborn Development have begun the construction of a $49 million affordable and supportive housing development in the Wakefield section of the North Bronx that will be called The Plains, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced on May 25. more
If there is anything besides the obvious loss of life due to the pandemic people have had to live with it is dealing with postponements. No one knows that better than Tony Edwards. more
The Gay Mens’ Health Crisis raised $2.25 million during its first in-person AIDS Walk in Central Park since the start of the pandemic, the organization announced. more
Big changes are coming to the People’s Theatre Project, said to be Manhattan’s largest performing arts organization north of Harlem. And Spuyten Duyvil’s Mino Lora — who founded the theatre group — is quite grateful. more
Rabab Ibrahim Abdulhadi, who teaches Arab and Muslim ethnicities and diasporas studies at San Francisco State University, had a message for government officials and citizens alike during a May 25 demonstration at the Bell Tower Park. more
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