The Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club charge that the Department of Transportation plans to change the Union Street bridge over the Gowanus Canal are short sighted.
At Diversity Plaza in Jackson Heights Sanaul Haque mounts a grassroots photo exhibit to draw attention to the plight of the Rohingya people fleeing from Myanmar.
Noise pollution is common in New York City, but more severe in Northeast Queens because of its proximity to LaGuardia and JFK. With new research that reveals the deeper detriments that aircraft noise entails, politicians and activists are still struggling to solve the problem.
Mass shooting survivors discuss their experience each time another tragedy occurs and how they’re mobilizing a growing community.
The number of homeless families in New York is at record highs. Some mothers waiting for a spot in one of the city’s temporary shelters eagerly embraced news of a new pilot program that offers free rent in exchange for moving out of the city.
Bone broth is taking off in health conscious circles. But how healthy is it really?
Racial disparity in medicine has been a problem in the United States for a very long time. Back in 1984, the US Department of Health and Human Services published a study that found that disproportionately “the burden of death and
Is the much-despised subculture dying?