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New Microsoft Garage in SoHo offers new purpose for whole city

NEW YORK, NEW YORK — The Microsoft Garage, a tech innovation center that teams up Microsoft customers with employees to […]


They fled the war. Now what? 

Five different stories of Ukrainians who escaped the war to the US 


You Can Get There By Candlelight

Twelve years ago, Shin landed in the U.S, from South Korea, family in hand, with the plan  stipulating that they would only be here a couple of months, but as these things often go, they  decided to stay.

Special Report: Philly Stories

Horses bring hope to North Philly youths

Life at the non-profit has been stable as more kids have turned to Fletcher Street Urban Riding Club to find a safe space.


Life at an all-female dorm-style apartment in New York City 

Webster Apartments is a non-profit residence building for women that offers temporary residence up to 5 years to interns, graduate students, trainees and/or fellows in New York City. 


After one American rescued her parents in Ukraine, a new challenge emerges: Accessing healthcare

The American system is notoriously backlogged, even with President Biden’s promise to take in 100,000 Ukrainians.


Let the Games Begin Again

Now that the pandemic is subsiding, New Yorkers are finding new ways to get out of the house and enjoy […]

Special Report: Philly Stories

Northeast Philly recycling dump is site of artist residency

Hundreds of artists have gone through the program and have have given the trash at the dump site a new life by using it in their work.


Daredevil Tattoo Shop and Museum in Chinatown, Manhattan

Besides being able to get a new tattoo in this little shop, Daredevil is also known for being one of the only tattoo shops in New York City to also contain a museum detailing the long history of tattoos and artists in New York.


The Daily Life of a Dancer

Iyanna Rynn Jackson attends NYU Tisch School of the Arts, majoring in Dance and Technique. As she is technically a […]