From loss to service
Joe Quinn, lost his brother in 9/11 and severed multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, but now he serves by leading Team Red, White and Blue, which supports returning vets.
Veterans and civilians “Run as One”
Members of Team Red, White & Blue, Team Rubicon and The Mission Continues run beside and cheer on one of […]
NYC gets a new Major League Soccer team
Loyal followers of NYCFC spilled about their fandom, mixed emotions about calling Yankee Stadium home, and New York’s newest rivalry.
Gay hockey association builds support and friendships on the ice
Seven teams of both men and women, gay and straight, compete in four different skill divisions.
Blizzard of 2015: Downtown Brooklyn
The small, underground food store was semi-crowded as people walked between thin isles and hovered around the deli, bakery and produce sections, reading food labels and questioning whether a gallon of Elmhurst Dairy milk for $4.79 was worth it.
Badass Brooklyn shelter saves southern dogs lives
These dogs aren’t curling up on couches with family members. They’re not sleeping in warm doggy beds, cradling dessert bones. […]
The Pretty Reckless rock out in NYC
The Pretty Reckless, a New York City based band. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia by Stacey Kilpatrick Through a mop of […]
NY People: Ellenore Scott, choreographer
By Stacey Kilpatrick Meet Ellenore Scott, a professional dancer, master teacher and choreographer at New York City’s Broadway Dance Center.
Climate change protest draws hundreds of thousands
by Stacey Kilpatrick Dubbed “the largest climate march in history,” more than 400,000 people marched for climate change awareness today, […]
On 9/11: Motorcycles roar through the streets to honor fallen
“Never forget those souls.”