The Global City

A Border Tax? To Mexican Restaurants, It’s Just One More Challenge

A Border Tax? To Mexican Restaurants, It’s Just One More Challenge

How owners and employees are processing the president’s bombshell idea—20% on goods flowing over the border

Chinese Lions Roar in New Year Celebrations

Chinese Lions Roar in New Year Celebrations

(Produced by Nadeem Shad / NY City Lens) Dragons, lions, drumming and chanting could be heard around lower Manhattan at the Lunar New Year’s celebrations last weekend. A

At a Church in Queens, the Pull of Romania

At a Church in Queens, the Pull of Romania

Immigrants are troubled by events in their home country, which remind them of its turbulent past.

Telling the Holocaust Story—at Zabar’s

Telling the Holocaust Story—at Zabar’s

An aging survivor feels compelled to describe her experience while she still has time.

‘Language Rights Are Human Rights’

‘Language Rights Are Human Rights’

A Tibetan student support group calls on China to release a bilingual education advocate

A Celebration of Greek Pride

A Celebration of Greek Pride

By Mary Kekatos and Ang Li Every year, hundreds of churches, schools and organizations gather on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue for the Greek Independence Day Parade–the largest Greek event in the United States. The celebration commemorates March 25, 1821 when the Greek people claimed their independence after 400 years of rule under the Turkish Ottoman Empire. […]

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