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Walter’s Antique Clock Shop is Closing

After 20 years, high rent, is forcing the beloved the Greenwich Village clocks shop to close.

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Advocates for North Korean people worry about human rights violations

Increased tensions bring fear.

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Niche Books Help Independent Booksellers Stay Open

Niche is the key for independent booksellers.

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Museum gives visitors a wall to express hopes and fears on immigration

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Be the Best Sport helps special needs kids become athletes

It is important for these children to be active because it reduces negative behavior and obesity, experts said.

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Kids Join Rally Against DeVos Confirmation

City Kids join the fight against Betsy DeVos.

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Williamsburg, Brooklyn: The Way it Was

Hip Williamsburg used to be an Italian haven.

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Homeless Holidays

For those who call the streets their home, the holidays may be a reminder of the things they don’t have like a Christmas tree, someone to celebrate with or even being able to be inside for a week.

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New Yorkers Protest Trump’s Immigration Policies

Thousands of New York families marched from Trump Tower at Central Park West toward Central Park East and down 5th Avenue as a sign of solidarity with immigrant communities facing mass deportation under a Trump Administration.

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NY People: Kyle Fox, park therapist

Kyle Fox sits in Washington Square Park and listens to people's stories.