NYC, are you ready for lit and haunted Halloween parties this year? It’s been a scary year for all of us this year, but Halloween is right around the corner, and we’re celebrating the spooky season di
There’s an empowering feeling when looking at the nyc.lav logo. A four-ringed hand reaching and holding an empty space. It gives off a “The World Is Yours” ambiance; a limitless feel
Located in the Berkshires right off of a major road, local weed dispensary The Pass represents a changing landscape in cannabis.
Protestors around the world have gathered to demand justice for Black people. The U.S. has compensated by renaming streets instead of actual legislation.
This past weekend, large crowds flooded Steinway Street in Astoria. Following complaints, Mayor de Blasio and Gov. Cuomo will enforce stricter rules.
In July, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio proposed budget cuts to the CUNY ASAP program. If defunded, low-income students will face challenges.
The death of George Floyd spurred civil unrest that called for one main thing in NYC: defund NYPD. Why can’t they do it right?
Fireworks have been going off consistently in NYC since the beginning of June. Is this a form of protesting or the NYPD targeting Black and brown groups?
We’ve compiled a list of NYC Black-owned bookstores and businesses to support. Check it out and most importantly, pull up!
Working at some of the finest restaurants may not be exactly what they seem.