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Jessica Lapidos displays her collection of vegan outfits at the NYC Green Festival. (Asha Mahadevan/NYCity Lens)

Clothes and Cosmetics Can Be Vegan Too

Fashion designers and cosmetic manufacturers in the city are catering to vegans with products that are animal-free and cruelty-free

VIDEO: A Second Chance

A group of formerly incarcerated young men find hope in a food truck business

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A Cop Who’s A Clown

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A Gallery Owner Who Paints a Muted Portrait of His Past

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Where Cuban Food Seeks Its Future

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The Road to Vision Zero Has Some Bumps In It

Speed humps are somewhat controversial in Sunnyside.

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