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New Leaves: Pandemic Plant Parenthood

In “Windflaw,” American poet K.A. Hays writes: “Only the mundane middle-of-things / stays green…”  In this line, I found some […]

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Peak Cherry Blossom bloom brings New Yorkers out in droves to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

The sprawling 52-acre botanical garden is filled with breathtaking views, speciality gardens and plant collections, greenhouses, and over 200 cherry trees.

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The last tango of spring

April 30  was the last tango interlude of spring before they return for the summer sessions that will run through September.

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Mamoun’s Falafel

Mamoun’s is family owned, and has become a part of the history and culture of the Village.

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Beautiful Nonsense: Nightlife Revival at House of Yes

“It’s our legacy of beautiful nonsense,” said HOY co-founder Kae Burke.

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The “Old Fashion Butcher Shop”

While the culture has changed and supermarkets have been challenging local stores, the butchers of the “Old Fashion Butcher Shop” take great pride in their achievements and the friendship they have built with their customers and each other.

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Scenes from Flushing, Queens: New York’s Largest Chinatown

Flushing, Queens, is home to nearly 100,000 Chinese Americans. Many first-generation immigrants started to move into the neighborhood in the […]

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Toñita’s

One of the oldest Latinx Social Clubs bridges generations together

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The fight to end cash bail In Philadelphia continues

 Pavement Pieces · The fight to end cash bail In Philadelphia continues

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Spike in Black opiate overdoses in Philadelphia show racial disparities

Fatal opiate addiction overdoses in Philly’s black community rose more than 50 percent.