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Korean Americans in NYC rally their community to fight domestic violence

With the COVID-19 pandemic posing an increasing number of cases of domestic violence, particularly within the Korean American community, one organization has collaborated to aid those suffering in silence.

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The small, resilient businesses built by women

First there was an Instagram page to announce the brand, then a website that actually sold the pencils. And then in March 2015 she opened a brick and mortar location.

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Nursing homes are filled with sadness and loss during pandemic shut down

The very guidelines that have been put in place to protect the most vulnerable have backfired, causing significant mental and physical declines.

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The show goes on

The theatre industry creates approximately $13 billion dollars of tax revenue for the city of New York.

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Life with Alopecia

At 4 years old, my hair started to fall out in big clumps and my parents didn’t know what was wrong, so they took me to see a doctor.

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Loyal members help keep independent cinemas afloat

Although uncertainty continues, New York City’s remaining independent cinemas are hanging on due to their small size and outpour of support from loyal members. 

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Musicians deal with the reality of no live shows as covid takes center stage

A room full of strangers enjoying a live performance simultaneously was seen as innocent fun before, but after the covid-19 pandemic, live shows are now seen as super spreader events.

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NY People: Artist, Joyce Ziyuan Jin

Joyce Ziyuan Jin is an illustration student at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.

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The Spirit of Little Haiti

till grappling with rampant gentrification and the coronavirus, many shops have gone out of business, sidewalks are scarcely populated, and the Cultural Complex, the center of Little Haiti’s cultural happenings, remains closed until further notice.

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Sale of Small Town Pond Reignites Affordable Housing Debate

The Bartons’ plans to sell the Noe Pond Club represents more than just the end of a historic family business founded in 1955.