While many ideal, young go-getters are working to serve the homeless individuals in Tompkins Square Park in the East Village, others ask whether their approach is keeping the homeless on the streets.Archived | Apr 20, 2005 (~1201 Words)
Erin Coe is a graduate journalism student at New York University. Born and raised in San Francisco, Erin moved down the coast to attend UC Santa Barbara, where she received degrees in English and Communication. For over three years, she worked as a copy editer at the campus newspaper. Armed with a pencil and a pad of paper, Erin is pursuing a career as a newspaper reporter.
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American reporter Maria Sliwa attempts to shed light on the horrific abuses endured by the children in southern Sudan, including being forced into the army and into slavery.Archived | Apr 9, 2005 (~1317 Words)
The Greenpoint YMCA is spicing up the usual workout routine with its Afro-Caribbean dance class, as well as its belly dancing and break dancing classes, which physically celebrate cultures abroad and in New York.Archived | Apr 9, 2005 (~1082 Words)
Jerzy Borowicz, 57, knows that if he wants to make films in New York, he must first become comfortable speaking English. Now, the Polish television director, along with many others, participates in English classes at a Brooklyn library to improve his skills.Archived | Mar 20, 2005 (~1102 Words)
Tired of waiting in long lines at the U.S. Post Office in New York City? Check
out www.usps.com, where you can order stamps, buy certain pre-paid
envelopes and schedule pick-ups of your packages for free.
Most New Yorkers see these rugged riders zipping up and down the streets of Manhattan on their bicycles, dodging traffic, swerving around opened car doors and bunny-hopping potholes.Archived | Mar 10, 2005 (~792 Words)