Long Island

George Santos, a Long Island, N.Y. Republican who just was elected to a U.S. House of Representatives seat, admits to lying on his résumé.

This coming weekend, the late, great metal-faced "Supervillain" will forever be immortalized via a street naming ceremony in Long Island, N.Y. this coming weekend.

The 11-year-old boy was sent to the headmaster after being observed working on an incorrect assignment in class.

MF DOOM is gone but not forgotten. A request has been filed to make an intersection in Long Island, NY a tribute to Hip-Hop’s only true supervillain.

Jay-Z is doubling down on his commitment to empower Black and Brown people. His team is launching programming to teach the new generation the politics of the business.

Although the use of crack cocaine has dramatically dropped over the past decade and more, it’s apparent people are still using crude methods to get the drug into their system. In Suffolk County, New York, vending machines featuring alleged makeshift crack pipes cropped up and police there have been cracking down in locating and destroying […]

Public Enemy's Chuck D returned to his Long Island roots and served as principal for a day at Roosevelt Middle School.

Teachers don’t get paid enough. A Long Island teacher caught a brutal fade, getting knocked out by an angry parent who accused her of putting hands a 12-year-old student. 

For many high school seniors across the nation, getting accepted into college is a natural next step in their educational journey. For Nigerian-American Harold Ekeh, the path to higher academics was bolstered by the fact that he was accepted at all eight of the Ivy League schools in America.

Ku Klux Klan members in the New York borough of Long Island have allegedly been distributing racist fliers and propaganda packets referencing the death of Ferguson teen Michael “Mike” Brown. Residents of Suffolk County expressed shock at the incident, and it isn’t the first time this has happened.

A Long Island deli worker is either very brave or very stupid. An armed robber attempted to hold up a Long Island deli and took a shot at the worker when he hesitated to give up the cash. The clerk then picked up a machete and chased the gunman out of the store. 

In 1987, EPMD (credited as EPEE MD) debuted with their groundbreaking 12” “It’s My Thing/You’re A Customer” on Fresh/Sleeping Bag Records. While it was just one of numerous classic singles to drop that year it would have even more impact the following summer when both songs were on the 10 song opus Strictly Business.