What kind of emotions get brought up when you think about your childhood? Love? Joy? Nostalgia? Maybe even some laughter? This week, the Joneses dive into their childhood memories. Verdel and Jeremiah recant some of the wildest moments growing up with Marcus and Miya, while also sharing some of their own ‘too-good-to-be-true’ stories from when
Mother’s Day is already around the corner. Yes it’s this Sunday already! It’s the time to show moms, grandmas, aunts, or even another parent who plays the role of a mom, some appreciation and extra love. If you’re scrambling to get a gift last minute, here are some Long Island-based minority businesses that have the
A recent incident at Amityville Memorial High School occurred in which the school’s athletic supervisor allegedly made a racial slur referring to minority players on the school’s football team during a game on April 24. Teacher and Athletic Supervisor Carl Spatola, who is white, allegedly said “Look at the monkeys run,” while he “laughed” not
In today’s social climate, it’s hard to find a moment of beauty within the chaos erupting in our own communities. Despite the odds, 19-year-old Photographer Shannah Greene from Baldwin creates her own moments of beauty and uses her talent behind the camera to share them with all those who look her way. Greene, a young
Successful Hunger Strike Brings Aid to Excluded Essential Workers
As much as 95% of all dreams are forgotten as soon as we wake up… so, what’s so special about the 5% we remember? Are there certain reoccurring dreams you have? Or certain people that are always in your dream? Join the Joneses as they discuss dreams, nightmares, dream books and a whole lot more!
Before having the idea to start his brand, 20-year-old Emil DaneIian had been seeing the numbers 444 everywhere for nearly two years. The Stony Brook University health science major decided to go outside the norm for an average college student by using the numbers he saw everywhere and turning them into his own clothing line,
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in another world changing problem: discrimination and hate against the Asian community. Recent attacks on Asian Americans in Atlanta and New York has them fearing for their lives. Although the pandemic has led to these attacks on the community, the fight for justice has always been consistent for Asian Americans.
A deadly shooting inside a Stop & Shop in West Hempstead takes the lives of one and seriously injures two others. According to Nassau County Authorities and Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder the incident happened April 20 early Tuesday Morning at 11:19 a.m. when a man who was wearing all black apparel went upstairs
When Americans think of slavery, they probably have Souhern plantations in mind. We are led to believe that slavery was a uniquely southern institution, occurring in the backwards, patriarchal societies of Virginia, Alabama and Georgia. Meanwhile, Northerners were thought of as better educated and more tolerant towards minorities. They were the great liberators, whose spilt
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