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While traditional guest homes tend to be around 1,200 square feet and have one to two bedrooms, a surprising amount of people are willing...

MTV has announced that their annual Video Music Awards will return to New York City on August 28 at Madison Square Garden. 2016 marks the...

Thanks in no small part to the Broken Windows era of policing ushered in by New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, black New Yorkers...

Banks and churches in African American communities around the country are joining forces to teach young people about financial literacy. Throughout history, African American communities...

On May 6th, Zeph Farmby will return to The Bishop Gallery inBrooklyn NY, for the second time, in less than a year, with "Colored...

Fashion Week Brooklyn, the Official Fashion Week of the Borough, held a press conference earlier this week to announce details for its upcoming Fall/Winter...

Startup Institute announces a new one-day workshop called GET UNSTUCK, aimed at helping professionals design a career action plan that will lead to a...

One of the nation's preeminent business advocacy organization, the National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) announces its 24th Annual Entrepreneurial Convention, set for July...

By Drew Johnson, Urban News Service Tens of thousands of high-income Americans live in low-income housing, according to a federal audit. More than 25,000 families inhabit...

By K. Barrett Bilali, Urban News Service As a first-time principal, Dr. Michael Wiltshire was assigned in 2001 to one of America’s worst government-run schools....