I am originally from Khartoum, Sudan. My father is a diplomat, and when I was three months old, my family moved to Pakistan, then to Dubai, then to Morocco. After each assignment, we’d go home to Sudan and wait for the next move. My fondest memories are from Morocco.
Young professionals spoke at a career panel organized by Queens Community House Opportunity Youth Program, sharing their paths to success to a group of young people who live in on of the city's designated Neighborhood Development Areas in Corona.
Joined by Borough President Melinda Katz and St. John’s University Campus Minister for Athletics the Rev. Richard Rock, center right, dozens of student athletes at the school did some good on Good Friday.
Despite the heavy snowfall that resulted in many canceled activities across the city, the 47th anniversary celebration of the Queens Interagency Council on the Aging went off without a hitch March 22, as a trio of advocates received special recognition and a moment of silence was observed in memo
Starbucks has been all over the map, not only geographically but symbolically. Reactions to a new Starbucks often range from being a welcome addition by caffeine-deprived people to being the face of a large corporation that is a lightning rod for gentrification, threatening mom and pop shops.
People say I am the most active retired person they know. I recently retired from the New York Police Department after 23 years on the force. I wanted to continue giving back to my community, so I looked into pet therapy.