Tuesday, 22 July 2014
Traditional music and dance marked the festivities in Queens.
The singer, who revolutionized Brazilian music in the 1970s, found religion and freed her style.
A Bangladeshi women's workers cooperative based in East Harlem is selling samosas to local businesses to economically empower its members, reports Open City.
Home Reporter writes about celebrants honoring the memory of St. Paulinus with the Italian Giglio Feast in Brooklyn.
In New Jersey, traditional Mexican talismans and religious objects appeal to Latinos seeking good luck, Diario de Mexico reports.
City Council members want the health department to provide annual reporting on hepatitis B and C viruses.
Mingpao finds that there's a wide range of views on how best to boost Chinatown.
Greenpoint Gazette highlights, in separate stories, a chef adding her own twist to home-cooked Filipino meals and a new Malaysian restaurant inspired by dishes found in the region's night markets.
Workers want Gov. Cuomo to eliminate the sub-minimum wage so that tipped workers can receive the same minimum wage as others, Manhattan Times reports.
A game of skill and tactics with ancient origins, pétanque has its fans, old and new.
After rent climbed $20,000 in just one month, a Korean-owned nail salon closed its doors, joining delis and dry cleaners that faced a similar predicament, reports The Korea Times.
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