City Council speaker Christine Quinn came to the rescue of a local imam, whose mosque on Frederick Douglass Blvd. and 116th Street was recently closed down due to construction developments (Via NYDN) Closing curtains? Building costs, lack of grant funding leaves the National Black Theater fighting to keep its doors open (Via NYDN) Red Lobster has swam […]
Mayor Bloomberg Is Setting His Sights On Reviving 125th Street (NYDN) “Mega-developer Scott Metzner, head of Janus Property Company, beat out 16 competitors in the bidding war for one of the biggest projects — converting the dilapidated 280,000-square-foot former Taystee Bakery factory into a new-age home for startups, eateries and shops. The National Urban League […]
We’re happy to report that our fearless author cleaned up at the Independent Book Publishers Association awards on May 27, winning both the silver and gold Benjamin Franklin Awards in autobiography/memoir and multicultural writing categories!
Our resident author Terry Baker Mulligan has won a Benjamin Franklin silver award in the Multicultural writing category! The award recognizes achievement in independent book publishing and is given by the Independent Book Publishers Association, the largest non-profit trade association in the publishing industry. Terry is also one of three finalists competing for the gold award […]