On Connecticut Avenue with Dupont Circle in D.C., Joshua Francovitch, 35, parked the SUV he bought in 2015 to connect with the memories of his military service, where he had to hide he was gay for more than four years. He says that taking the old Chevrolet for people to decorate it in public spaces has become part of a personal therapy project. Sigue leyendo “Veteran Celebrates LGBTQ Pride on SUV Canvas”
Most Inwood and Washington Heights residents travel down to 125th Street’s Magic Johnson movie theater to watch the latest premieres, since the majestic Coliseum Theater at 181st. closed its doors in 2011.
Residents from around the city prepare for the worst, as they attend information sessions and workshops on immigrant rights in Upper Manhattan and Lower East Side, in the face of possible immigration raids and regulatory or arbitrary encounters with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and NYPD officers. Sigue leyendo “Educating New Yorkers on Immigrant Rights”
Educating in science never got this innovative in the Northeastern: an interactive glass wall the third of a football field, live insects crawl up your sleeves and an immersive theater that pull you away from space and time are just three of the unique promises the American Museum of Natural History proposed when engaging in the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation. Sigue leyendo “AMNH Gilder Center Promises New Adventures in Near Future”