The Horror of Dolores Roach was a truly outstanding podcast series that had murder, mayhem, marijuana and empanadas to boot. It was a thoroughly enjoyable series set in our beloved Washington Heights. Well, guess what? The Horror of Dolores Roach is now an 8 part video series that drops on Amazon Prime on July 7. The very talented Justina Machado plays the lead role so we are hoping it is as good if not better than the podcast series.
After an unjust 16-year prison sentence, Dolores Roach (Justina Machado) returns to a gentrified Washington Heights, where she reunites with an old stoner friend, Luis, who lets her live and work as a masseuse in the basement under his empanada shop. When the promise of her newfound stability is quickly threatened, “Magic Hands” Dolores is driven to shocking extremes to survive.
An oasis of history in Upper Manhattan! New York Nonstop’s Lynda Baquero and Rolando Pujol of AMNewYork uncover some historical gems just off the “A” train… from the apartments of music legends to a secret staircase to the Giants.
When Domingo Germán received the news that his beloved uncle, who was a constant father figure in his life, had passed away on June 26, he was utterly devastated. He could not stop the tears from flowing. Domingo was a mess in the clubhouse the day prior to his pitching outing but he was not about to miss his date with destiny. His uncle would have wanted it that way.
On Wednesday, June 28, 2023 Domingo stepped up to the mound but he was not alone. His tío querido was right there beside him. Together they made history… Domingo became only the 24th player in major league history to ever pitch a Perfect Game, he is also the 4th Yankee and the first Dominican to do so. To God goes the glory…
WE ACT’s Green Institute is offering a free course to become certified in Building Electrification Electrical Systems: Lighting, HVAC & Refrigeration as well as training for career advancement and job placement.
Becoming certified in building electrification gives you the necessary safety and skills training to land new jobs in the construction industry and become a part of the growing green revolution.
This program is open to everyone aged 18+ with a high school diploma or equivalency, regardless of background. All participants must apply following the link above and join one of the mandatory orientation sessions to prepare for the all day course. The link to the orientation session will be sent to you once you apply!
Certification courses will be in-person.
Go to bit.ly/45jcHMk or scan the QR code at the top to apply
It’s Time To Get Your Vote On…
That’s right people; today is the day we make our voice heard.
You have no reason not to vote and a plethora of reasons to vote.
Too many people have suffered, fought and lost their lives for you to worship at the alter of apathy.
At this very moment, their are well-funded operations working around the clock to curtail, circumvent and cancel your voting rights.
The question becomes, are you willing to let them.
Remember, not voting is also a political act.
You are either at the table or you are on the menu.
With that said, head to the polls and participate in your democracy!
Democracy is a participatory thing – you either use it or lose it.
Polls are open until 9PM today.
You can use whosontheballot.org to find out everything thing you need to know about NYC elections.
It’s time to make your choice. Vote.
Bring a blanket, watch a free movie, enjoy a summer evening…
Film Works Alfresco is NYC’s only English and Spanish language free outdoor cinema series. Organized by Inwood Art Works, it presents independent and popular films with local relevance that culturally resonate with the Northern Manhattan community. This seasonal cinema series expands public access to professional filmmaking in Northern Manhattan, and presents as diverse an array of films as the community it serves.
So now you have your Mondays this summer accounted for. We’re talking films like El Cantante, Vivo, La Bamba, Encanto and Sugar among many other great films. So there you have it folks, click below so you don’t miss out on all the cinematic awesomeness.
For more info: Film Works Alfresco
Scholars of this period point out that acknowledging the queer culture and nightlife of the Harlem Renaissance is essential in order to paint a full picture of the time—and also to show that there was a thriving LGBTQ+ scene in New York City that long predated the 1969 Stonewall uprising, even though that moment is often credited with ushering in the modern LGBTQ+ movement.