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Dating apps can be a dangerous space for LGBTQ users

Members of the LGBTQ+ community have been targeted on dating apps by individuals who seek to harm them. Some have been victims of robbery, assault and hate crimes.

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Chinatown celebrates the Lunar New Year

The city's Chinese Lunar New Year celebration is smaller this year because of the pandemic but just as joyous.

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Keeping the faith in COVID-19

Communion these days is a piece of bread from your local grocery store and whatever leftover wine you can find in your home.

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Little Italy’s restaurants need indoor dining to survive pandemic

According to Eater NYC, around 1,000 restaurants in NYC have permanently closed due to rent payments piling up.

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Advocates want more for homeless during a snowstorm

A snowstorm expected to leave 16-22 inches of snow and blizzard conditions moves officials to urge New Yorkers to stay inside. But what about those who do not have a home?

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Commuters brace for yet another MTA fare hike

Some subway-goers are unhappy with the service. They would like to see the MTA improve their system before raising fares.

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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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Hare Krishnas are still chanting and dancing in New York City

Since 1965 the Hare Krishna have been a part of New York City's landscape.

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Justice is Female 

There is a long road ahead when it comes to reaching gender equality within the courts, but female judges are proving that their identities and experiences are assets.

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Liethis Hechavarria Channels the Forces of Nature

Hechavarria immigrated to New York with her mother, Danis “La Mora” Pérez, when she was 13. Pérez, a world-renowned dancer, started the Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Experimental Dance Ensemble shortly after arriving in the U.S.