Although there is not a lot of snow like Buffalo, New York, rain sleet, and snow has caused a Wintery mix of unknown fog and mist.
Gwen Stefani is buzzing in the fashion and makeup world with a new beauty brand called "GXVE." The Black and White A-list style product line is inspired by 35 years of transforming colors into lips, eyes into brows, eyeshadow into art, and eyeliner into cat-eyes.
JAY-Z AND BEYONCÉ are joining forces for the newly announced OTR II stadium tour. Kicking off Wednesday, June 6th in Cardiff, UK, the international outing will stop in 15 cities across the UK and Europe and 21 cities in North America. The full itinerary can be found below.
Criminal conduct of a lucrative Brooklyn-based Construction company was revealed when prevailing wages of public works projects lead to the disguise of financial money laundering activities. Financial transactions revealed that payroll accounts for construction workers unwrapped thousands of dollars in unpaid overtime.
Since the hit-and-run death of DJ Jinx Paul of 97.9 La Mega station, the Brooklyn City Council has announced a new bill called Amber Alert-style, where the city would send alerts with information about cars that hit someone and flee the scene by e-mail, text and through the media.
Not-for-profit crowdfunding platform's today are a first-of-it-kind for women entrepreneur's who want to explain their practice of funding a project or cause to raise money from a large number of people. Crowdfunding, a form of peer-to-peer fundraising, is to harnesses the power of social networks by raising awareness and drawing donations from around the world for a project or cause.
Andres Aquino, producer, Couture Fashion Week featured on Zee Entertainment Television will present the sophisticated designs of Do Trinh Hoai Nam. The elegant and beautiful sophistication of flair and drama will bring glamour and luxury to the world class embellishments of gemstone within exclusive fashion this year in New York City Fashion Week.
The National Association of Black Journalist founded by 44 men and women on December 12, 1975, in Washington, D.C. has announced the Ford Foundation as one of their grant sources. The two-year grant will support executive level leadership as part of strategic plan implementation
The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs has posted a public notice regarding pre-applications for the State Rental Assistance Program (SRAP) Framily, Disabled and Elderly waiting lists statewide starting March 6, 2017, through March 10, 2017. Pre-applications will be selected in the lottery and placed on the waiting lists for persons with disability or Family.
Luis Machicao is well rounded in the fashion industry when it comes to gender equality today. The Peruvian Designer had one thing in mind at the 25th Season Couture Fashion Week 2017 Fall Collection, socially manifesting language for the elite community. With free speech becoming the latest social condition in training the elite with new dialect today, Luis Machicao (USA/Peru) asserts lifestyle.
What is a Red Carpet VIP Photo in an affluent trendsetting and fashion-conscious market today? Go Doctorate Go Media knows it is to brand a one-of-a-kind platform to separate her talent from the rest. Go Doctorate Go Media plans to engage with on-site audiences again as a sponsor in the Couture Fashion Week 25th Season.
The New York Association of Black Journalist (NYABJ) will be hosting their annual "First Take" training program this year at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism on W. 40th Street in Manhattan. FIRST TAKE is an eight week-Saturday Journalism program/workshop offered to tri-state high school students from September 24 until November 19, 2016. For the first time since the program launch, FIRST TAKE will be accepting students into the CUNY J-School.
Central Intelligence hits the movie charts this weekend with an all-time box office rank of number two. Finding Dory was the number one hit over the world famous comedian, Kevin Hart pulling in over $136 million in gross sales. Although Central Intelligence lost to the Father's Day bash this weekend, Warner Brothers is still world acclaimed for delivering action comedy films along with other entertaining BBQ bashes.
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, House of Representatives Bill 1314, of the 114th Congress has passed into public law under number 113-74 (11/2/2015). The U.S. Senate has enacted in a bipartisan fashion to pass what appears to be a list of amendments to a 1985 problem for the future grid. Advocates have applauded the hard work and numerous discussions to address Cell Phone Commerce legislation provisions along with other amendments to attack the July 1 repayment deadline.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka announced that an increase to property taxes was an irresponsible decision by the State of New Jersey. The benefit to taxpayers to carefully budget their city government under the "hearing of the citizens" ordinance has lead city government into an irresponsible state of operation for Newark Public Schools.
The New York International Bridal Week is a public trade show, convention, and network of meetings amongst some of the world renowned designers, icons, and shoemakers in the private collection of fashion. Vendors from all over the world open their trading booths to upcoming home-based businesses, start ups, event production companies, public relations consultants, social media analyst, and professional photographers for the opportunity to engage in the next generation of job creation.
Super Sweep, Inc. has been in business for over 25 years and continues to push a broom designed for "The Super Sweeper." The design of the Super Sweeper is now earmarked by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today to expand from its current size. There will be 29 new jobs for Super Sweepers at the Huntington Station Factory as it expands throughout New York State under its umbrella of retailers.
New York -- A "Fight For Fairness" campaign began for organizers and advocates to get involve in the conversation by way of the public to gain support to Governor Cuomo's pass to Minimum Wage and Family Leave. The State of New York joined the Governor as a proponent to equity in funding for race, income, and zip code identification by the state. If the minimum wage is raised for all fast food workers, then schools can also receive funding models to address inequality issues by districts.
Wide Society affiliations to promote positive change happens when other societies, organizations, and media come together to address Constitutional issues that affect the usefulness of Blacks in the media today. Yesterday, Wide Society hosted an event at District CoWork, located at 1204 Broadway, New York, NY to set the purpose for Society Policy engagement. The usefulness of Black media during Black History Month set the tone yesterday for the exchange of information to promote purpose.
World Renowned Fashion Icon, Andres Aquino, producer of Couture Fashion Week announced a new partnership with Nepal Tourism yesterday at the Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan. Mr. Aquino is world famous for his natural beauty illuminations within his prestigious productions at Couture NY Fashion Week. In a January press release, Andres Aquino announced Nepal Art to the Fashionista World to introduce exceptional designers and world-class entertainment into his showcase of art before the deal.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka has scheduled a press conference to oppose Anti-Muslim Rhetoric and Violence on Monday, February 1, 2016, at 10:30 a.m. The Muslim, Christian, and Jewish clergy leaders will speak out against nationwide incidents that have spurred within communities at 920 Broad Street, Newark, NJ, First Floor Rotunda Building.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has posted an immediate release to assist NYC Sanitation with additional snow laborers to help clear snow and ice in the city. Laborers will be paid $13.50/hour for First 40 hours each week, and $20.25/hour after that during registration availability at the Sanitation Depots around the City.
Lake snow effects in New York is not just the latest press release for Governor Andrew M. Cuomo these days. Extremely high winds and student participation on the latest educational opportunities is what Governor Cuomo does best. As of January 1, 2016, applications are currently being accepted for (2) $500 Scholarships over the Martin Luther King Holiday. Only members of NYSSA Snowmobile Clubs will be eligible for the Norris Brusoe and for the Joan Vriessen Scholarships.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, HPD Commissioner Been, Queens officials, residents and The Durst Organization today broke ground for 480 new affordable apartments for low-income households. The total project is to include new schools, pre-K, open space, a new supermarket, and bus service for residents in Astoria. Mayor de Blasio's Housing New York plan will contribute to 40,000 affordable apartments already financed for more than 100,000 New Yorkers.
Governor Cuomo will address the public tomorrow as a National Progressive Leader by presenting 14 Signature proposals to key stakeholders including the media to ensure economic justice for all. Over the next 5 years, Governor Andrew Cuomo proposes to address New Yorkers with launches, restorations, legacies, investments, transportation issues, transformations, expansions, competition, broadband, poverty, criminal justice reforms, and equality.
Governor Cuomo launches a new push to make New York the first state in the nation to enact a $15 minimum State University Minimum Wage System this coming year. There will be 28,000 employees on the agenda to earn the first signature proposal to restore economic justice by signing 2016 increase for SUNY employees in a phased-in schedule for fast food workers.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that $2.25 billion will be awarded to the State of New York for economic and community development funding today. The Round V of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative has been awarded along with the Upstate Revitalization Initiative. Finger Lakes, Southern Tier and Central New York Regions will also be awarded $500 million each to help transform local economies and tourism.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka, the Newark Municipal Council, Dputy Mayor of Economic and Housing Development Baye Adofo-Wilson, Newark Community Economic Development Corporation President Otis Rolley, U.S. Conference of Mayors Assistant Executive Director Eugene Lowe, and Wells Fargo Northern New Jersey Region Business Banking Manager Mary Makfinsky will be presenting the City of Newark and the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) with a $75,000 grant, Wednesday, December 9, 2015.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka will hold the 30th Annual Holiday Tree-Lighting Ceremony today at City Hall, 920 Broad Street, Newark, NJ. A Holiday Tree lighting ceremony will be held along with local choral groups singing holiday music joined by Santa and Mrs. Claus. All Newark youth will have the opportunity to pose for photos with their World Famous Giftgiver.
Traditional politics and interest groups have reinvented same-sex marriages to drive interventions on barring Religious methods of Baptism for Mormon kids. The mainstream Left-Right debate sheds light on why Religious methods and social policies must drive a green light ideology today's debate. In a report by NPR, a new policy will now bar same-sex couples and the children.
Governor Cuomo's released a statement to light One World Trade Center yesterday in Blue, White and Red for solidarity with the people of Paris, France. The lights are scheduled to be lit tonight again, November 14, and tomorrow, November 15, in the days ahead for Paris in the wake of senseless attacks and solidarity with the people.
Paul Rothbein, host and organizer of Show and Tell-Makers and Content Creators, hosted a sharing of the economy event at the Knotel Building located at 33 West 17th Street, New York, NY tonight. Many upcoming designers, tech's, and models came out to showcase their products and services to the public. Also video creators were invited to film content about disruptive products hitting the market.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka, Grammy Award Winner, Kelly Rowland and Silento partnered with M&Ms World who's pop up store located at 744 Broad Street, Newark, NJ (open 10a.m. to 7p.m.) delivers a give out of free candy and costumes to Newark Youth. Yesterday and today, M&Ms "pop up shop" will be distributing candy and costumes to Newark youth at no charge to promote safety for Happy Halloween goers.
The City of Newark will be hosting the event "Newark Pop Warner Cheer Competition, Saturday, October 17, 2015, at 12 noon, at the Malcolm X Shabazz High School Athletics Complex, 80 Johnson Avenue. Pop Warner football originated in 1929 by Joseph J. Tomlin with over 250,000 youths participating in football, cheerleading, and dance programs within 43 U.S. states and countries worldwide.
The Circle of Sisters Expo 2015 in association with AT&T Mobility and the City of New York (COBA) presents Exemplar Leadership at the Jacob K. Davits Convention Center in NYC. The theme this year is "Moving" "Changing" and "Growing" direction for over 200 vendors mirrored by a ton of Celebrity Guest to sell unique products and services designed for the celebration of African Americans today.
Mayor Ras Baraka announced partnership with the American Red Cross to begin a series of home fire preparedness inspections for approximately 1,400 homes across the City of Newark tomorrow between the hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, Saturday, October 18, 2015. Volunteers will canvass the streets of Newark after a welcome rally at Brick Avon Academy, 219 Avon Avenue at 8:30 a.m.
Mayor Ras Baraka to join with Montclair State University today to announce $1 Million Scholarship Award from New Jersey Businessman Robert Carr at 1:30pm, at the Feliciano School of Business. Robert Carr's Give Something Back Foundation will assist in the a debt-free college education for 50 New Jersey students under a Comprehensive program that brings scholarships to 150 in the State.
Governor Cuomo announced that $16 million will be funded to the Economic Opportunity Projects across New York State. The funding will support 25 projects that have created or will create 333 New Jobs in the State of New York and also retain 227 more jobs already created.
Governor Cuomo was joined by 2 dozen elected officials and advocates in the kick off of the Mario Cuomo Campaign for Economic Justice. The march took place in the 2015 NYC Central Labor Council Labor Day Parade. Governor Cuomo's administration, along with elected officials, business leaders and community members plan to bring the Campaign statewide.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announce that New York State will receive $3.75 million dollars in grant monies over the next five years from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This grant will enhance treatment and aid in the prevention of stroke. This grant is important because stroke remains the fourth leading cause of death in New York with 6,000 deaths to date yearly.
New Jersey's Peace Action Group, a 56-year old grass roots disarmament organization protested in front of Bank Of America today across from Penn Station Newark, NJ. The peaceful Americans and the like drew the attention of supports to deliver awareness to build and enhance Israel's security using a U.S.-Israel alliance.
Review: As a native-born Californian from the area of Oakland who experienced the real story of drugs, disturbances, and the first amendment right to free speech during an assembly, Niggaz wit' Attitudes (N.W.A.) was an excellent caption to the story of a "radio." The film's producers were Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, and Eazy-E's widow, Tomica Woods-Wright.
Times Square has been plagued with young topless painted women lately. The topless painted illusion of the American Goddesses raises question as to the appropriateness of these women in the Time Square area. Times Square is known to tourist as a iconic neighborhood of vibrant Broadway shows, restaurants, and comedy clubs mapped specifically for arts an entertainment news.
It has been over 500 years since Christopher Columbus discovered America and under 500 years since the Emancipation of Slaves. Is there a deep-rooted misunderstanding of the word "prejudice" and how it is perceived when African Americans share their experience of Africans? A UX Film Festival presented a documentary "Bound" as a in depth look of the African vs. the African American view.
In order to have a Casino housed outside of Atlantic City, New Jersey, the New Jersey Constitution must be changed! According to a source within Governor Chris Chirstie's office it is too late to question legislation about placing the proposed change onto the ballot normally voting in by the people.
The many chapters of R. Kelly transforms on stage at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey tonight. An almost sold out show delivers Special Ladies in the Pit chosen to dance with R. Kelly and a standing room ovation for "The King of R&B." This long awaited concert drew men and women of all ages and class in a beauty/fashion show event. Hot97 and 107.5 WBLS welcomes R. Kelly and Floetry.
Reverend Al Sharpton stressed his concerns for the Eric Garner family this morning as he speaks to the press regarding a 5.9 Million Dollar Settlement reached yesterday on behalf the family. Although Mr. Garner, victim, is not here to comfort his family members, the public is reminded of the video caption of his death on July 17, 2014, when Mr. Garner voiced 11 times he could not breathe.
The 2015 Black Entertainment Television presented its annual Free Fan Fest Experience for thousands from around the world at the Los Angeles, California Convention Center. Amongst the list of various media events was what is known as #SneakerCon that premiered celebrity brands and all other sneaker brand products that compliment art of the holy grail. Sneaker Con became famous due to blog publications.
Racism, economic inequality, and poverty all contribute to dysfunctional individuals within some communities. After the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore, Maryland announced a "Credible Threat" alert within the community that flourished into a National Law Enforcement Problem without a solution.
Chaka Khan is an icon in the world of gifted and talented musicians that has left a legacy to follow. Ten-time Grammy Award winner and International icon with the World Renowned hit "Ain't No Body" and "I Feel For You" will be performing at New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Prudential Hall, Newark, New Jersey along with New York Broadway's Star, "Never Knew Love Like This Before" "Home", Stephanie Mills.