Tag Archives: New York City

NYC Soup Kitchens: Successes and Struggles

With the glitz and glamour of Times Square, and the overindulgence of Wall Street, New York City typically ranks high on the list of the richest cities in the world. However, while the limelight might shine brightly on the Big … Continue reading

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It Gets Better: Harlem Responds to Gay Suicides

“We must be careful of the words that we speak because they create the realities that we live in. They are the most powerful weapons and they can kill, they can hurt and I think that’s what were seeing with these suicides.” Continue reading

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Hurry, the scourge of America?

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Why are New York City area airports so pesky?

Flying off to a new locale, going to visit friends or attending a family event is always exciting if you’re not flying through any of the New York City airports. Delays, delays and more delays are likely to occur if … Continue reading

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New York City Dining Disasters

There are more than 24,000 restaurants in New York City, ranging from $100 a head sampling dinners served by celebrity chefs to themed tourist traps to hole in the wall places with crazy concepts. But with all that good food … Continue reading

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Eww! What’s that smell?

I *heart* NY…I really do. But, despite being an amazing place, this city is plagued with crowds, crime, and most of all, dirt. And with all of the crowds and filth, things can get pretty smelly. Continue reading

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Expensive Living In NYC: What Exactly Are We Paying For?

A friend of mine said that living in New York City is in and of itself a luxury item. Considering how much I’m shelling out in rent I would say it’s at least a Mercedes Benz. Continue reading

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A homeless person is not a pest

Homeless people are still thought and talked about as if they were pests. With hate crimes against the homeless on the rise, exterminating this pest discourse is even more important. Continue reading

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The price of going out: NYC’s biggest pest

New York City is known as the “city that never sleeps.” So, what is everyone doing if they’re not sleeping? Exploring the nightlife! Continue reading

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Space Invaders: Sidewalk Edition

Space comes at a hefty premium in New York City. And because there are so many of us here it doesn’t take much to feel like your space is being invaded. Continue reading

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