Articles written by: Kerry Breen

Kerry Breen

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Arts organizations give city kids a chance to experience theater

Students working with the Situation Project get a chance to shadow staff at the show. Photo courtesy of the Situation Project. For many students, after-school theatre club is a place of refuge. They become stage managers and costume designers; they are lead actresses and featured dancers. It’s an activity that lets them relieve stress, form friendships, and can lead to […]

Midterm Elections 2018 / News / Politics

Once Again, Voting Controversies Surface at Prairie View A&M

Voting rights at Prairie View A&M University have been contested for decades, including during a Supreme Court decision in 1979. Photo by Kerry Breen.   Prairie View A&M University, a four-year college about an hour outside of Houston, Texas, is ready for the 2018 midterm elections. Candidate signs are clumped together by buildings and near parking lots. Stickers for candidates […]

News / Politics

Protesters mourn Kavanagh confirmation in Washington Square Park

Voting is the only answer, they said.

News

New Yorkers have little faith in the MTA

In July 2018, it was reported  that just over 65 percent of weekday subway trains were arriving at stations on time.

News

East Village neighbors fear looming L Train shutdown

The L train, which carries over 400,000 riders daily, is shutting down beginning in April 2019 to repair damages caused by Superstorm Sandy in 2012.

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Some Puerto Ricans angered over Trump politicizing hurricane’s updated death toll

President Trump claimed that the numbers went up “like magic.”

Features / News

Remembering 9/11 at “Come From Away”

While the show has been open for almost two years, this is their first performance on the anniversary of 9/11.