Vendors who served in war reflect on the death of bin Laden
Veterans who work as Times Square vendors speak out on the death of the most wanted man in the world.
Hip-hop artists raise HIV/AIDS awareness within African-American community
Local artists perform at M.A.D. Wednesday’s to promote HIV/AIDS awareness.
City fitness program gets New Yorkers to shed the pounds
Shape Up NYC, a new program with the Department of Parks and Recreation, is encouraging New Yorkers to slim down and tone up.
Anti-abortion groups target African-Americans
Billboards are part of a national campaign to deter Africans-Americans from having an abortion.
NYC Cold: Homeless man seeks other places to stay warm
“The shelters are a zoo,” he said of crowded city shelters.
Philadelphia Life: In memory of lost loved ones, women band together to fight crime
Mothers in Charge are fighting to reduce crime and mentor young criminals.
Amid brownstones, neighborhood morphs
Carroll Gardens, a Brooklyn neighborhood, has changed drastically since Stuart Zagnit moved there 20 years ago.
NYC Marathon: The Dunkin’ Donuts water station
It was the volunteers at the watering stations and bystanders from other neighborhoods who cheered the loudest in Williamsburg.
Group uses theater to promote peace
One group seeks to promote peace through public readings and performances of literature from around the world.
Justice sought for death of Brooklyn man
Family and friends of a mentally ill man who died in 2008 after he was Tased by an NYPD officer held a candlelight vigil this week.