tortillas made with ‘criollo’ corn from Mexico

This tortilla has a unique flavor and production in New York. And the reason is its essence, the dough is made from different grains of “criollo” corn from various parts of Mexico. “As that flavor that you miss from home he could not find here and it was that nostalgia that made him begin to […]

They stock community refrigerators in Brooklyn

More vegetables and fruits arrive at the community refrigerator at Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn. And it is that in various neighborhoods of Brooklyn and around the city the need for food is still great. At least 1.5 million people are estimated to have been food insecure, according to the food bank, City Harvest. “This is very […]

The ‘Ladies of Sunset’, group of women in Sunset Park

A group of women put together decorative flowers to adorn the offering they will place on October 31 during the Day of the Dead celebration in Sunset Park, but this group of women is more than just a party group. They are the Ladies of Sunset, an association of women over 50, all migrants who […]

Event to support the immigrant community in NYC

Catholic Charities and the Archdiocese of New York today are hosting an event where they will be providing information on vital services for the immigrant community. This Immigrant Fair takes place in St. Mary Park, at St. Ann Avenue and East 143rd Street, in the Bronx. And until 4 p.m., attendees can find information and […]

New York Government Legal Counsel

Georgia Pestana never imagined that she would become the top legal counsel for all of New York City. And in doing so, she became the first woman in office, who is also of Latino descent. “Very proud and of being in this position, of being the one who is giving direction to this office and […]

Horse accident rekindles controversial Central Park carriages

Demands are resurfacing so that horse carriages stop circulating through the streets of the city. This in view of another incident with an equine that was injured in Central Park. The incident occurred on Thursday at 55th Street and Eighth Avenue, with a horse named Chief. NYC Carriages issued a statement indicating that a piece […]

The Mexican parade returns to brighten the streets of Manhattan

A river of Mexican flags: green, white and red covered Madison Avenue in Manhattan. Many Mexicans proudly celebrated their independence day: “I am from Puebla, from Tulcingo del Valle, to be clear. Very excited today because last year there was no parade, but we are here supporting and always proud to be Mexican “. RELATED […]

CUNY University in Lower Manhattan Remembers 9/11 Victims

Borough Community College in lower Manhattan remembers a sad moment in its history. “Today we celebrate all the people we lost at that time here at BMCC, at the university, throughout the city and we also celebrate all the heroes who helped us build the city and we can never forget those sacrifices,” said Felix […]

More day laborers outside a Home Depot looking for work

Carlos arrived at 7 a.m. outside a Home Depot store in Bedford-Stuyvesant and waits for someone to hire him to do home repairs. A year ago I was working for a construction company but it didn’t last. “Because of COVID, because of the pandemic, the company kind of went bankrupt, closed, and we were left […]

They recognize the work of the food bank ‘La Jornada NY’

Pedro Rodríguez and his volunteers make sure that every bag of food they give to the families is filled to the brim with food. Rodríguez, executive director of La Jornada, shared the vision of his work: “One day it will not be necessary, one day that everyone has all the food, that is our goal, […]