Where to go and what to do when mental health is an issue
If your little one develops a fever, you call the pediatrician. If she breaks an arm or sprains an ankle, you head to the orthopedist. But when your child is struggling with anxiety or acting out with worrisome behavior… READ MORE
Every year, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the achievements of Hispanic Americans, the contributions of Hispanic people to our country, and the fact that there is no American culture without Hispanic culture.
Learn More about Hispanic Heritage… READ MORE
The general election is coming up on November 7—it’s time to get ready to vote!
Voters in New York will elect members of the New York City Council, District Attorneys in Queens and the Bronx, judges, and other officials.
Voters will also have a say in New York State ballot… READ MORE
Queens Public Library Opens New Teen Center at Long Island City Library and Reopens Three Renovated Teen Centers at Cambria Heights, Central and Flushing Libraries
Each Site, Funded Through a Substantial Investment from Mayor Eric Adams, Features New Computers, Gaming Systems… READ MORE
Written by Clara Ontal
Photo credit: Antoinette Jamilah Ali-Sanders. Picture provided by Malik Sanders.Antoinette Jamilah Ali-Sanders was an accomplished landscape architect and community activist. She broke barriers in her academic and professional career, paving the way in… READ MORE