Last Dance

Written by Jerry Portwood on . Posted in Lifestyle, Posts

I know we’ve heard this one before, but this time it seems the Roxy nightclub-cum-roller rink is closing for good. Really. Tonight there’s purported to be a final skate to relive the ’70s heyday (and one of the final skate rinks still around). But the big event will be John Blair’s big Saturday blowout: A [&hellip
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They’re Playin’ Basketball…

Written by John DeSio on . Posted in Posts, Sports

If you’re itching for an intergovernmental athletic throwdown, head up to The Bronx this Saturday, where Bronx Community College will be hosting a hoops competition between members of the City Council and the City’s State Assembly delegation. The event will take place at BCC’s northwest Bronx campus at noon. No word on exactly who will [&hellip
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The Impossible Dream

Written by Adario Strange on . Posted in Posts, Sports

Sometimes fans can actually will a team to win. That seemed to be the case last night as I watched the injured, short-staffed and constantly criticized Knicks beat the former championship Detroit Pistons in triple overtime. One is tempted to make the argument that the Knicks needed that Denver Nuggets fight to restore some pride [&hellip
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From the Archives: A White Woman Explains Why She Prefers Black Men

Written by Amy Michelle Smith on . Posted in Lifestyle, Sex & Relationships

Black skin is thick and lush, sensuous to the touch, like satin and velvet made flesh. There’s only one patch of skin on a white man’s body that remotely compares to nearly every inch of a black man’s skin. The first time I caressed black skin, it felt like a luxury I shouldn’t be able to [&hellip
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