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Photo (cc) 2010 Andrew Silverstein. Dollar van riders reach their destination in Jamaica
Eric Simit, a Jamaican immigrant, has been driving private commuter vans, most commonly known as "dollar vans," for
Photos by Andy Humm
One of the dozens of cameras -- government and private -- that keep watch on Times Square.
There are 82 police cameras and others cameras from stores trained
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The City Council offered small businesses their own version of the first amendment yesterday by requiring every city inspector give shop owners a business bill of
Adam E. Moreira
After work, Milagros Franco wheels home in her motorized chair across the 2Â˝-mile pedestrian walkway of the Brooklyn Bridge and then waits for a bus to her Manhattan
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March 8 to 12 is Respect for All Week in the New York City public schools, a chance to intensify efforts around increasing respect for diversity
Mosque in Flushing
"Allah Akbar, Allah Akbar, Allah Akbar," yelled Mayor Ed Koch in Arabic on an exciting day for New York’s Muslim community in 1987. With his shout (which
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Protestors rally in support of Jean Montrevil and against deportations.
The campaign to free community activist Jean Montrevil, a native of Haiti, began on Dec. 30, 2009,
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Protestors rallied in support of same-sex marriage in Times Square last fall.
"Rally, times square @ 6!" read the enthusiastic text from my boyfriend Joel. In response to my
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Coming from a family with members who work in law enforcement, Yasmin Nasser used to look at police officers as honest, upstanding and there to protect all
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Evening prayers at a midtown mosque. Many Muslim parents want the religion's holiest days to be included in the list of school holidays.
Isabel Bucaram of Astoria, Queens,