Articles written by: Joanna Bouras



Small businesses react to minimum wage raise proposal

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The rituals of Greek Orthodox Easter

Greek Orthodox Easter is known as the feasts of feasts in the Greek Orthodox Church. It is considered the central holiday of the year.

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It’s the season for seasonal depression

Symptoms include feeling down, over sleeping, not being able to sleep, isolation, crying, over-eating junk food and hopelessness.

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Blizzard of 2015: Greenwich Village

Morton Williams grocery store in Greenwich Village, was filled with anxious shoppers trying to stock up.

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Ferguson protest in Union Square

Shortly after Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson was not indicted for the murder of unarmed teenager  Michael Brown, hundreds of protestors gathered in Union Square to voice their anger at the grand jury decision.

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NYC Marathon: Family support in Central Park

Temperatures were at a frigid 52 degrees and wind speeds up to 26mph. Officials said it was slowing down runners by five minutes on average.


Upper East Siders want to “dump the dump”

Upper East Side residents hold up signs in protest of the 91st Marine Transfer Station, the only dump being constructed in a residential neighborhood. Residents fear it will make them sick. Photo By Joanna Bouras by Joanna Bouras Students, teachers, residents, and counselors from Harlem, Yorkville, and the New York City Housing Authority, marched through drizzle on the Upper East […]