NYC has about 25-thousand street vendors, nearly half are women.
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“My American Dream is creating … as an actor, as an artist as a poet.”
Could Voters in a Heavily Hispanic District Elect the First Arab-American to the New York City Council?
Zead Ramadan could make history, but is considered an underdog in the race in upper Manhattan.
Von Diaz reports for PRI’s The World on the first immigrant to set foot in Manhattan, a Dominican named Juan Rodriguez
In many immigrant households the Thanksgiving meal is a mix of traditions from the old country eaten alongside the food from the new.
Artist Hector Canonge is leading an innovative ESL program in northern Manhattan–transforming a laundromat into a classroom for new immigrants.