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South Asian-American youths struggle with cultural confusion
They are called ABCD or American Born Confused Desis.
With change in U.S. population, soccer sees boost in popularity
More immigrants could correlate with soccer's growing U.S. presence.
Spring thaw reveals new obstacle for drivers
Bedbugs received plenty of attention last year, but this spring, a different menace is terrorizing New York. Pavement’s Nick DeSantis […]
Despite historical tensions, Koreans raise funds to aid Japan
Relations between the countries have improved since the March 11 earthquake.
MLB could see smaller crowds again this season
Major League Baseball has seen a decline in overall game attendance.
As tenant blacklist grows, more renters denied housing
Lawsuit seeks to put an end to the so-called tenants blacklist.
NYC Cold: Coney Island’s Nathan’s Famous attract tourists in the bitter cold
Nathan's hot dogs is comfort food for cold New Yorkers and tourists.
The Border Project: Staging ground for the undocumented
The town of Altar, Mexico, responds to the needs of migrants making the dangerous trip across the border.
Bloomberg targets salty diets
As part of his National Salt Reduction Initiative, Bloomberg called for restaurants and food manufacturers to reduce salt content of their food by 25 percent over the next five years.
Tenant president stands up for residents
Odell Pamias, 67, is the president of the tenant association at Jacob Riis Houses, a public housing development in the East Village that is home to 4,305 residents.