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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Midtown Manhattan is home to one of New York City’s few industrial manufacturing areas: the garment district. Below are scenes from Spandex House, a textile warehouse on 38th Street.
A ton of tourists means even more tons of trash, which sanitation workers clean multiple times a day.
Warnings, rules and advertisements – just some of the signs of Times Square.
Within minutes of arriving at home in Bushwick and kicking off the shoes, some scratched, beat-up compact car from the early 90s that some paranoid owner is afraid of getting stolen ruins the peaceful and comfortable enclave of my couch. … Continue reading
Words get all messed up sometimes. The best of them get corrupted. I thought of this walking through the village, when I flipped off a dude who called me “bella.” If it was daytime, I would have smiled. I would … Continue reading
The city published a report in 2008 calling East New York one of the highest need neighborhoods for healthier food availability. East New York has one of the city’s highest diabetes rates and also one of its highest obesity rates. … Continue reading
It’s official: bed bugs in New York City are an epidemic and now it’s also a booming industry. It’s pretty well established that bed bugs are spreading, but now we have to deal with those wishing to profit from this … Continue reading