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Blizzard of 2015: Lower Manhattan
Although Alfageh was thinking of Egypt, some of his regulars were thrilled to see him coming out to open up shop despite the bad weather.
Blizzard 2015: Sunset Park
Disabled and jobless, he makes money by singing upbeat ballads and playing his accordion every morning in his neighborhood.
Blizzard of 2015: Murray Hill
The store’s employees got people in and out of the market, but there was still only a limited supply of food for its patrons.
Blizzard of 2015: Downtown Brooklyn
The small, underground food store was semi-crowded as people walked between thin isles and hovered around the deli, bakery and produce sections, reading food labels and questioning whether a gallon of Elmhurst Dairy milk for $4.79 was worth it.
Blizzard of 2015: Greenwich Village
Morton Williams grocery store in Greenwich Village, was filled with anxious shoppers trying to stock up.
Blizzard of 2015: Times Square
Today, there were only a sprinkling of tourists and ticket sellers and not one costumed character.
Bushwick’s Dispossessed Latino Community
Members of Make The Road NY sing songs, share meals, and learn about their rights. Above is Angel Vera, of […]
Mourners attend Akai Gurley’s funeral
Akai Gurley, was shot by a rookie police officer in a dark stairwell at the Louis H. Pink Houses in East New York, Brooklyn.
African American parents protest Garner decision
African American parents join protestors in asking for justice in the aftermath of the grand jury decision not to indict the police officer who killed unarmed Eric Garner when attempting to arrest him for selling loose cigarettes.
Images of Protest
Hundreds of New Yorkers hit the streets in protest after the news that Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson would not face charge in the death of unarmed teen, Michael Brown.