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Female comedians face unique challenges

“Making it big” can be challenging for any comedian. But many women say they have it tougher than their male counterparts.

Features

Combating cancer in the LGBT community

Cristina Muldow has had breast cancer twice. She’s had two mastectomies, a round of chemotherapy and reconstruction surgeries. As a member of the LGBT community, it wasn’t easy for her to find the kind of support she needed, even though it is widely believed in the medical field that her community suffers from higher rates of cancer. So, after her […]

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Binational same sex couples struggle with deporation

Civil Unions and gay marriages does not stop these couples from being torn apart.

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Occupy Wall Street protestors are back in Zuccotti Park

A judge ruled that protesters cannot camp in the park, but they can still be there.

NYC Marathon: Swiss spirit
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NYC Marathon: Swiss spirit

The Swiss spirit could be seen throughout the crowd that surrounded the bridge, a Swiss flag popping up here and a red shirt showing up there. The Manhattan side of the Queensboro Bridge is the 16-mile mark, and one of the most popular cheering zones along the 26.2-mile route.

Protestors chant for an end to excessive suspensions of students
News

Protestors chant for an end to excessive suspensions of students

There have been over 500,000 suspensions in city schools, they said.

The art of photojournalism honored in NoHo
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The art of photojournalism honored in NoHo

The Openhouse Gallery in Soho, is showcasing the New York Press Photographers Association’s annual exhibit, The Year in Pictures 2010.

Groups spread their own message at 9/11 memorial service
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Groups spread their own message at 9/11 memorial service

Whether it’s prayer or a conspiracy theory groups tried to make their message heard.