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Antwan Lewis


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Antwan:

See the items that TSA took away in one week at Newark-Liberty

The TSA continues to find dozens of prohibited items every week at Newark-Liberty International Airport. → Read More

MTA asks social media companies to stop allowing 'subway surfing' videos

The MTA is calling on social media platforms to not post videos of people doing what's known as subway surfing. → Read More

Bronx businesses hire security patrols due to crime

New private patrols aim to keep a busy shopping district in the Bronx safe. → Read More

Tributes to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. held across tri-state area

An event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music honored MLK's legacy in both musical performances and in speeches. → Read More

Brooklyn subway shooting: New video evidence released against Frank James

New video evidence has been released from inside the train car on the day of last year's Brooklyn subway shooting. → Read More

The favorite tailor of NFL stars is a former accountant from NJ

A former hedge fund accountant who lives in New Jersey is now one of the most popular suit designers for NFL stars. → Read More

Dueling rallies in Queens over proposed housing development

A proposed development in Astoria, Queens is the subject of a fight over affordable housing. → Read More

Remembering FDNY Lt. Joseph Maiello; widow to run Tunnel to Towers 5K

Irene Maiello and her late husband — FDNY Lt. Joseph Maiello — were supporters of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation. She'd run the 5K several times and he'd served as a sideline banner holder. Then last December, Joseph died while on duty at his firehouse — and Maiello's family went from being supporters of the foundation to beneficiaries. → Read More

Hip hop history in photos on display in Newark

Photojournalist Ernie Paniccioli has been chronicling hip hop since the 1970s. Some of his work — including images of Queen Latifah, LL Cool J, Flavor Flav, Salt-N-Pepa, and Biggie — is on display at the Grammy Museum Experience Prudential Center in Newark. → Read More

Black comic book writers break through

Two veterans of major comic book titles reflect on what it was like to break into the industry as Black writers. → Read More

Martin Luther King Jr. Day marked in New York

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a federal holiday honoring King's tireless efforts against racial discrimination and segregation. The holiday has also become known as a day of service to encourage Americans to participate in activities that give back to the community. → Read More

A taste of southern soul food in Montclair at Sweet T's Southern Eatery

Sweet T's Southern Eatery aims to offer a selection of southern soul food favorites with a healthy twist. → Read More

Early-bird dining gains appeal in New York restaurant scene

New York is the city that never sleeps. But the pandemic seems to have made early bird dining more of a thing now. → Read More

New York artist hoping for $500,000 NFT

Ali Spagnola uses digital platforms to showcase her artwork. → Read More

NYC to expand free preschool program for 3-year-old children

Starting this fall, early education will be available in all 32 school districts for three-year-olds. → Read More

NYC schools ending 'Gifted and Talented' program

New York City's public schools are scrapping the controversial Gifted and Talented program after this spring. → Read More

Scathing report released on NYPD's handling of George Floyd protests

A scathing new report found the NYPD was undertrained and used excessive force during George Floyd protests. → Read More

NYC school bus service will be ready to go for in-person classes

More than 5,000 special education bus routes and nearly 3,000 general education routes have been finalized, according to the Department of Education. → Read More

Black-owned hair salon bounces back from pandemic closure

McNair's shop joined the ranks of groundbreaking businesses on two fronts by being Black-owned and female-owned. → Read More

'A Most Beautiful Thing' chronicles all-black rowing team, then and now

A Most Beautiful Thing is a documentary film based on a memoir of the same name. It tells the story of the nation's first all-black high school rowing team. → Read More