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The art of gentrification in Bushwick
With each next big gallery opening, Bushwick’s art scene moves a little closer to being a pricey twin to Williamsburg’s art scene.
Bushwick’s “revival” brings new faces, rent hikes and rapid change
A clash of cultures and agendas.
Undocumented youth use the Internet and social media for info and support
The benefits of an online community goes beyond the practical, there's a huge emotional component as well.
Seniors find love on meetup.com
The senior singles gather at restaurants where they collectively dine and share their ideas on pre-determined discussion topics.
With fracking decision looming, New Yorkers worry about water
The indecision on fracking is up for review.
African Americans at the Inauguration
Pavement Pieces reporter, Gabrielle Wright reports from Washington D.C.
A growing number of “preppers” prepare for doomsday
They want ensure their safety in the event of a disaster situation, no matter how severe.
Rockaways homeowners in limbo waiting for homes to be razed or aid to fix them after Sandy
There is no timetable for help.
Acting classes help recovering addicts on their road to sobriety
Phoenix House partnered with the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, and began offering its residents a weekly acting class. Now, a month and a half later, there is a wait list to get into the class.
Female comedians face unique challenges
"Making it big" can be challenging for any comedian. But many women say they have it tougher than their male counterparts.