Dynamics of Race, Poverty Deepen the Challenges of NYC’s Aging Population | April 26: The United States, like most other industrialized nations, is grappling with an aging population. New York State and City are part of that trend.
"I'm in second grade, I'm seven years old and I love to play soccer. It's a really big sport in Uzbekistan, and that's why I like it so much. I haven't been there yet, but I think my family is going to take me this summer. I like being Uzbek because it inspires me.
While many Queens residents will spend this weekend reveling in pink blossoms and sunshine, thousands of homebound seniors will remain indoors, removed from picnics, family outings and much-needed Vitamin D. As a result, seasonal depression, termed ‘sunshine blues’ in spring, may
Queens lawmakers introduce bill to expand bingo games for seniors at Pomonok Senior Center | April 17, 2019: State Senator Toby Stavisky and Assemblyman Daniel Rosenthal joined senior residents on Tuesday for a game of bingo at Queens Community House Pomonok Senior Center this we
Jamaica entrepreneur living a dream as small business award honoree | April 10, 2019: Growing up in south Jamaica, Dawn Kelly always dreamed of owning her grandfather’s house and years later after a successful career doing public relations for a financial services firm she
The 2019 Gay City News Impact Honorees | April 2, 2019: CHYNNA PITLOCK - A native of Minnesota who grew up in Upstate New York, Chynna Pitlock has been director of the Queens Center for Gay Seniors since 2015, having joined the Center — part of the Queens Community House — the ye