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NY People: Rosario Grisales, tailor

Colombian tailor, Rosario Grisales, 67, and her husband, owned Casa Lord, a tailor shop in East Elmhurst, Queens. Rising rents forced them out and the couple now work out of their home, where Grisales says they continue to serve their community with pride.

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NY People: Peter Chinman, Park Poet

Peter Chinman, 29, has been writing poems for a living for about two years and a half. Almost every afternoon he can be found in Washington Square Park.

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NY People: Tattoo Artist, Kati Vaughn

Three Kings tattoo artist, Kati Vaugh, gives us a look at her artistic process while offering insight into the world of tattooing as she knows it.

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NJ People: Rich Catanio, locksmith

Rich Catanio, is a locksmith and owner of Catanio Lock Company in Jersey City.

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NY People: Lauren Berodt-Ramirez, Mouse Ceramic Studio

Mouse Ceramic Studio, Prospect Park, Brooklyn

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9th Street Community Garden is a haven in the East Village

Tucked away in small corners and on empty lots of the concrete jungle, are tiny havens of greenery – New […]

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The Effects of Policing in Brownsville, Brooklyn

Even with a looser policy of policing in Brownsville, some residents agree that a strong police presence is needed for safety, but at the same time, that presence can be overbearing.

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Dominican women are saying yes to their curls

Some Dominican women are moving away from straight hair. They’re choosing to embrace their natural texture, which for most Dominicans are curls. They’re saying no to chemical relaxers or blowing out their hair.

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Student Loan Forgiveness Debate at the forefront of NYU students mind’s

A comprehensive student loan forgiveness program that would allow most Americans to have up to $50,000 of debt forgiven by the government.

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Opioid Usage in Philadelphia Leads to Increase in HIV Diagnoses

While the opioid crisis in Philadelphia has been a status quo for years, this endless drug use is causing a new problem: an increase in HIV rates for the first time since the mid-2000s.