Gerardo Pineda, 51, was diagnosed with AIDS 20 years ago and celebrates World AIDS Day every year. “I celebrate my life today because I live with HIV,”… Read more “New York City Latinos Remember Loved Ones on World AIDS Day”
Protesters pose during a photo shoot and use the hashtag #BlackOutHandsUp at Zuccotti Park on Nov. 27. After waiting for over an hour for a Black… Read more “Rally Participants Take The Reins At Black Lives Matter Event”
New York Jets players Zach Sudfeld (left) and Ryan Quigley (right) prepare a turkey meal for diners at the Food Bank for New York City’s Harlem Kitchen. (Photo:… Read more “New York Jets Players Give Back By Serving Dinner at Food Bank in Harlem”
New regulations in New York are keeping cooling tower maintenance and water treatment workers busy after the recent Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in the Bronx.
A lifelong Coney Island resident adjusts to life in the Bronx.
Morris Park residents like Dawn Smyth, 40, thought they had avoided the worst of the Legionnaires’ outbreak that killed 12 of their neighbors in the South Bronx… Read more “Living With New Fears of Legionnaires’ Disease”