[ARTICLE] Delays Hamper State’s Doctor Discipline Process

When Said Nedlouf’s wife, Mary, was terminally ill with metastatic breast cancer in late 2006, Nedlouf was willing to do anything to save her.  He found Dr. Jarir Nakouzi in Bridgeport, a homeopathic… Continue reading

[VIDEO] Staying in School

Six and a half years ago, when he retired from New Utrecht High School in Bensonhurst, Joseph Rizzi did not take a vacation. His drive to help students succeed was too strong. So… Continue reading

[Photos] Hindus Celebrate Ganesha Festival in Flushing

Photos by Colleen McKown and Dhiya Kuriakose.        

[PHOTOS] A Day in the Cloisters at Washington Heights


[AUDIO] Hindus Celebrate Lord Ganesha

Color, music and dance filled the streets of Flushing in late September as Hindus gathered to celebrate the festival of Ganesha Chaturthi. The festival is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed Hindu god… Continue reading

[AUDIO] Cricket Unites in Queens

On the international cricket stage, rivalries between national teams can be intense. The India-Pakistan rivalry is among the greatest in sports. Games between the two teams have incited riots, flag burning and fights… Continue reading

[AUDIO] Tibetans Protest for Religious Freedom

On November 8, China’s Communist Party will choose a new leader for the first time in a decade. Tibetans are challenging expected leader Xi Jinping to improve human rights in Chinese-ruled Tibet. Protesters… Continue reading

[ARTICLE] Sikh Awareness Initiatives in New York City

Amid a recent spate of hate crimes, Sikh organizations in New York City are seeking to raise consciousness about their religion by giving awareness presentations at schools, workplaces and community centers.  Sikhs are… Continue reading