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For struggling small dairy farms, a unique new partnership – prison reform

In New York State over the last few decades, most new prisons have been constructed in rural counties. Milk Not Jails wants to change that.

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A personal challenge with a global impact

Tony Cohen, is trying to break the Guinness World Record of the most marathons done in one day on a treadmill.

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Paul Mole´Barber Shop

The Paul Molé Barber Shop has been in the Upper East Side since 1913. The shop offers haircuts, shaves, manicures and even hair coloring.

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Francisco Ramirez, public relationship/dating/sex therapist

Francisco Ramirez has given average New Yorkers a friendly ear and advice twice weekly, for two hours each day, at no charge.

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Qween Amor, subway performer

Qween Amor is a homeless subway performer who recently was working the concourse on 14th St, Union Square Station.

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“One world, one taste, one knish.”

The Yonah Schimmel Knish Bakery in the Lower East Side has been selling knishes since 1910.

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A Congo refugee shares his dreams

Yves Muya, 31of Kolwezi, Democractic Republic of Congo, fled from the civil war that broke out in Kolwezi, traveling to South Africa as a refugee. Ten years later, he has a new life in California.

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Esposito Pork Shop

Located at 38th St. and 9th Ave. in Hell's Kitchen, Esposito's is a family-owned butcher with a long history.

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Joe Ficalora and the Bushwick Collective

Joe Ficalora is a Bushwick native and creator/curator of the Bushwick Collective. The Collective, also known as Bushwick 5 Points, is about about the transformative and healing power of art.

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Lady Pink: Graffiti Artist

Legendary graffiti artist, Lady Pink, tells the story of her work, inspiration and her feminism roots.