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Tips for New Graduates

As graduates face this new chapter in their lives, they will be presented with different financial learning and obstacles including earning a salary for the first time, starting their own business or anything in-between that brings them face-to-face with finances. To make the adjustment to adulthood a little easier, please find five helpful post-grad finance …

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Hospital workers discuss fighting COVID-19 on the front lines

The battle against COVID-19 has been compared to war, and with casualties from the deadly virus increasing, we are relying on those fighting it on the front lines more than ever. The Harlem Times spoke exclusively with healthcare workers about what could be the battle of a lifetime. Dr. Ed Lathan, an emergency medicine physician …

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The Modern Barber: Todd Bernard, The Hair Pro & ICUTPRO Systems

A Revolutionary Entrepreneur Ushers Barbering Into The 21st Century

The Modern Barber Todd Bernard on The Haircut Pro & ICUTPRO Systems By Atelston Fitzgerald Holder 1st THE INCEPTION OF THE HAIRCUT PRO Todd Bernard, is the purveyor of the ICUTPRO brand, a barber entrepreneur and industry innovator preceding two decades, He’s created and developed systems to liberate barbers from low wages, long hours and …

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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City Brings Great Entertainment Back to South New Jersey

by Derrel Jazz Johnson Since opening June 2018, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City has reinvigorated the city with top-notch entertainment in its first six months of existence. With some of the biggest names in entertainment stepping through the doors of the Hard Rock, including Drake, Janet Jackson, Pitbull and Kevin Hart to name …

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Women’s History Month: Sometimes Your Role Model Is Right In Front of You (The Ruth Rath Story)

As I think about all of the amazing women to honor for Women’s History Month from Susan B. Anthony to Frida Kahlo to Mother Theresa to Maya Angelou, and countless others, I think about the one who gave me life and set my path toward leadership, my Mom. My mother was a truly beautiful soul …

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Briana Browne In A Thousand Words: My European Experience!

Exploring the tastes, fashion, and culture of Europe has been an indescribable experience. Walking through the streets of Rome, I feel both empowered and grateful. My current studies in Ireland have provided me with a new perspective on my future, and I cannot wait to see what Paris has in store for me next! Inhaling the air and drinking the water of another …

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Bill Montgomery, NYC Cyclist, Actor, Dies at 64

By: Diane Goodwin Mr. Montgomery, an NYC native, played supporting roles in movies and television and a large role in the NYC cycling community.  As a SAG actor, Mr. Montgomery was cast in many movies and TV programs, including Oz, Law & Order, New York Undercover, 30 Rock, Blacklist, The Sorceror’s Apprentice, Captain America, and …

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Pass the Dream Act and Immigrants Will Pass Their Classes

By Alejandra Castillo, Jessica Haughton, Camilla Santos, and Randy Fulton       Over 100,000 immigrants in New York are eligible for the DREAM Act, but new database tracking may interfere. These databases hold personal information affecting young immigrants, also known as DREAMers, access to opportunities in the U.S. including loans and education. Education is a …

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Watching Your Step: Safety Tips for Preventing Falls Among Seniors

By Alicia Schwartz, MSN, RN, Care Coordinator, VNSNY CHOICE Health Plans The first day of fall—September 22, 2016—begins National Falls Prevention Awareness Week, an effort to educate people about how to prevent and reduce falls, especially among older adults. Nearly all 50 states, including New York, will participate in Falls Prevention Awareness Week activities this …

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