Sunday, September 24, 2023

Henry Tamayo

Henry Tamayo is a passionate Latino journalist. Journalism isn’t his job -- it is his life. He is dedicated to the public, ensuring that their voices are heard and their problems are solved.

New York’s High Line inspires its opposite in Miami: The Underline

Construction has begun on the first segment of The Underline, a linear park under the Metrorail tracks that will eventually extend 10 miles from...

Church in Manhattan prepares a hot meal for 450 homeless people every Monday

Homeless and poor people rarely get the chance to enjoy a hot meal cooked by a chef, let alone sit with their friends while...

Harlem bookstore works to promote African-American literature

In the noisy streets on the northern edge of Harlem lies a peaceful bookstore rich with culture that has become a local community center. Sisters...

NYC Venezuelans join South Florida community to support Guiado

Venezuelans in New York have joined their South Florida and South American compatriots as they call for the ouster of Nicolas Maduro from the...

A farmers market in the cold, busy city? It’s only natural.

It’s 30 degrees out, but farmer Rose Hubbert – her friends call her “Ole Mother Hubbert” -- has traveled 80 miles from her farm...

In West New York, a hint of home

For Cuban men, a community center offers dominoes, ping pong, billiards and beer.   Henry Tamayo is a reporter in the Caplin News's New York City...