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Living in the city of dreams means some adults must seek roommates
The trend of older renters or homeowners sharing their homes with younger adults has caught on.
2019 New York City Marathon
The staff of Pavement Pieces on are the course of the 2019 New York City Marathon
The Rink at Rockefeller Center starts a new season
The rink at Rocker Center, a New York tradition opened yesterday
NY People: Rosario Grisales, tailor
Colombian tailor, Rosario Grisales, 67, and her husband, owned Casa Lord, a tailor shop in East Elmhurst, Queens. Rising rents forced them out and the couple now work out of their home, where Grisales says they continue to serve their community with pride.
Times Square statue promotes bold message
Times Square welcomed Kehinde Wiley’s “Rumors of War” a 27-foot bronze statue of a black man with dreads wearing “urban wear” -- a hoodie, ripped jeans, and Nikes, while sitting atop a horse in mid-gallop.
NY People: Tattoo Artist, Kati Vaughn
Three Kings tattoo artist, Kati Vaugh, gives us a look at her artistic process while offering insight into the world of tattooing as she knows it.
NJ People: Rich Catanio, locksmith
Rich Catanio, is a locksmith and owner of Catanio Lock Company in Jersey City.
NY People: Lauren Berodt-Ramirez, Mouse Ceramic Studio
Mouse Ceramic Studio, Prospect Park, Brooklyn
Healthy foods are everywhere in Little Italy’s San Gennero Feast
Meat alternatives are also becoming popular among vendors
Some Little Italy’s families can’t get next generation to join them
The generations of families that have been the foundation of the neighborhood is thinning