Day: December 22, 2018

Community News News around the Web

Judge Sullivan said he’s “disgusted” with Michael Flynn’s crimes

By Katelyn Polantz, Tara Subramaniam and Marshall Cohen, CNN Washington (CNN) dramatic hours in a courtroom discussing his crimes, he asked to postpone his sentencing for several months so he can have more of an opportunity to cooperate in federal investigations and attempt to mitigate the judge’s disgust with his actions. “I want to be frank with […]readmore

What's Going On


NEW YORK, NY Mayor de Blasio attacks peace officers who were suspended for the misfortunes visited upon Brooklyn single mom Jazmine Headley, 23, at the HRA Boerum Hill Medicaid Office in Brooklyn on Friday, December 7. He has apologized to Ms. Headley, but not taken any action nor reprimanded the NYPD for its involvement. The […]readmore

City Politics Community News

Gov. Cuomo Moves to Legalize Marijuana

Talk about “Disruption.” If steps are not taken, a major financial blow is about to fall on Black and brown communities in New York with the coming legalization of marijuana. An economic tectonic plate will move in the City’s economy and the shaking will be felt in the Administration for Children Services, tenant court, welfare […]readmore

Thinker's Notebook

The Era of Fake News: Polluting Our Info Pool

Trump is right about one thing. The history of journalism spans far before technology, way before television or the Internet. The beginnings of journalism, defined as the process of gathering and transmitting news and information, comes straight from the Old World when merchants and explorers would return to their homeland with news about the world […]readmore


The Mets Make Deals in Winter Meetings

The winter meetings have come to an end and one of the most active teams was the New York Mets. New General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen assured Mets fans that the team will be more competitive moving forward. The recent moves the team has made proves, within the couple of weeks, says he (Van Wagenen) […]readmore

Calendar Events

Community Calendar

Friday, December 21st Holiday Artists Showcase Saint Luke’s Church, 520 Clinton Ave. (bet. Fulton & Atlantic), 7PM, FREE. The Jamel Gaines Creative Outlet Cultural Arts Program gifts the community with a pair of free performances featuring the talented young people in its dance program.   Winter Wonderland Family Holiday Celebration Ingersoll Community Center, 177 Myrtle […]readmore