It’s almost that time of year again! School is just around the corner, and the Flatlands Reformed Church, 3931 Kings Highway, hosted a Back to School Fest on Saturday, August 12th, complete with a barbecue, DJ, bounce house, balloon clown, game trailer and free backpacks

Parishioners and residents had a fun-filled day at the annual St. Thomas Aquinas Parish Family Day. The event was held in the parking lot and gym, on Flatbush and Flatlands Avenue, on Saturday, June 17th. There was a DJ and dancing, games for the kids,

Hundreds of people from diverse religions and ethnic backgrounds gathered at the Bridge Multicultural and Advocacy Project, 1894 Flatbush Avenue, to pray and reflect during the celebrations of Passover, Ramadan and Easter. The annual event, held on April 2nd, garnered support for a united community,

America’s Got Talent, watch out! Students from local schools displayed their talent at a Youth Showcase on Wednesday, August 10th, to the delight of spectators and onlookers passing through Marine Park. Presented by Millennium Development, kids from area schools, including Roy H. Mann, I.S. 278

Everyone had big smiles on their faces at the St. Thomas Aquinas Parish Family Day on Saturday, June 25th, as families were happy to be back at what was once an annual church event that was put on hold for three years due to the

Kings Plaza Mall held a Caribbean American Heritage Month celebration on Wednesday, June 29th in the mall’s center court.  The entire month of June is dedicated to celebrating the rich history of the Caribbean, and Kings Plaza wanted to recognize some local activists “in recognition