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One Million Roses in Bryant Park

Lucia Guzman, 29, sits in her small shop at the Winter Village in Bryant Park, selling her handmade wire sculptures. Photo by Caroline Aguirre. As the rain poured on Bryant Park yesterday, the holiday shops remained brightly lit. Pedestrians hopped over large puddles, navigating through the Winter Village which was filled with gift shops and food kiosks. Lucia Guzman, 29, […]

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Queens protesters say “no” to Amazon

Queens residents protest Amazon HQ2, a planned new corporate headquarters in Long Island City. Photo by Julia Lee About a hundred Queens residents stood near the proposed location of Amazon’s new headquarters in Long Island City in the pouring rain yesterday and chanted, “Hey hey, ho ho, Amazon has got to go” as they protested multiple aspects of the company’s […]

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NYC holiday season weather swings up and down

Skaters enjoy the Rockefeller Center Ice Rink Photo Courtesy of Wikipedia  The Monday after the coldest Thanksgiving in New York City in 147 years, it was a balmy 51 degrees in the city and raining. Despite the city’s effort to get into the holiday spirit, the rainy weather is putting a damper on the start of the season. “It’s kind […]

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Protestors Strike Amazon Bookstores

NYC residents marched through the Amazon Bookstore on 34th Street Nov. 26 to protest Amazon’s decision to move one of its new headquarters to Long Island City in Queens.

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Black Friday is dip for brick and mortar stores

Sales are up online and down in stores.

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Mediocre Giants lose again, fans moan

With a loss to the Philadelphia Eagles yesterday, the New York Giants and their fans have settled in to another middle-of-the-road season.

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Playoffs hopes dim for NY Giants

Daniel Medina of Mexico City doesn’t believe the Giants have a “winning mindset.” Photo by Chinedu Onyemaobi After starting the season 1-7, and losing to their divisional rival Philadelphia Eagles, fans of the New York Giants are becoming uneasy about the current state of their favorite team.    “They don’t have a winning mindset” said Daniel Medina of Mexico City. “They […]

Midterm Elections 2018 / Politics

For Democrats, a Mixed Success in 2018 Midterms

  Tuesday’s midterm elections were not the stinging rebuke of the Trump Administration that Democrats had been hoping for. The party has retaken the House of Representatives, gaining at least 27 seats. Despite this success, Democrats lost ground in the Senate, and the House results were not as clear-cut a victory as rosier projections had expected. These mixed results make […]

Midterm Elections 2018 / Politics

LGBT Community Rally For Voters Who Support Their Community

LGBT community are under attack by the Trump Administration who wants to narrowly define gender as male or female.

Midterm Elections 2018 / Politics

Christians look to their faith to help them vote

The congregation at Vox Veniae bows their heads to pray during a Sunday service. Photo by Samantha Springer. Some Christians in Austin, Texas are reframing the strict conservative label often associated with a traditionally “red” state located on the Bible Belt. As the rhetoric of the Republican Party becomes increasingly divisive, they are looking to their faith to help them […]