So, do you like scary movies… we do! Well at least some of us. We talk about our favorite movies that make us think about what goes bump in the night, creative halloween costumes, trick or treating during the pandemic and when to stop knocking on our door. What time to you start trick or
According to a study from Hofstra University that was published in March 2019, results found that although the number of minority students is increasing on Long Island, the amount of minority teachers is at a halt. From 1990 to 2013, the Black, Hispanic, Asian non Hispanic and other non-caucasian populations have increased while the white
It’s October and Halloween is just around the corner. Although we’re in a pandemic, there are ways we can celebrate while still being safe. You might be looking into some horror movies to binge and get into the spooky spirit. Here are some scary movies that were filmed right on Long Island. 1. A Perfect
As October comes to an end, and a possible second wave rears its ugly head, talks of trick or treating looms over towns on Long Island. The potential cancellation of children’s beloved holiday, Halloween, is the talk of the town for parents on Long Island. Government officials like Gov. Andrew Cuomo, set the record straight,
Tee Talk chats with Rapper Passport General. Watch as we talk about the longevity of his career, why he considers himself the King of Long Island and more.
The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce (LIAACC) is exploring new ways to reach out to Black-owned businesses that are in need of help in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. From holding workshops that teach marketing strategies to helping businesses get Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) certified, the LIAACC’s mission is to
Stony Brook University NAACP and Black Student Athlete Huddle Host Black Lives Matter Protest and Rally on Campus
About 200 members of the Stony Brook University (SBU) community including athletes, students and administrators gathered for a Black Lives Matter (BLM) protest and rally this past Wednesday. The demonstration was organized by the Stony Brook University NAACP chapter and the Black Student Athlete Huddle, who spent a little over a month planning the event.
Harry Burger Wants to Change the Status Quo By Running For Congress in the Second Congressional District
There has always been a longstanding battle between the two prominent political parties, Democrats and Republicans. Now more than ever, we’ve seen divides between the two in the White House, on social media and in bold campaign ads shown every commercial break. The second congressional district race is no exception. Democratic candidate Jacqueline Gordon is
As New York continues to battle the pandemic, more than 200 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed on Long Island. This past Friday, the United States surpassed 8 million confirmed cases of COVID-19, reaching the most cases worldwide, as recorded by the John Hopkins University data tracker. The state Department of Health reported 105 new
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