The Global City

Legal No More: Some 9,000 Nepalese Lose the Fight to Live Here

Legal No More: Some 9,000 Nepalese Lose the Fight to Live Here

Fifty-one-year-old Pemala Sherpa was 16 when she married a man she didn’t know, in a remote region in the mountainous country of Nepal. She gave birth to two

Holy Saturday in Greektown NYC

Holy Saturday in Greektown NYC

New York City celebrated Easter last Sunday – but for Orthodox Christians, the festivity isn’t over just yet.

New York City’s First Ethiopian Food Truck

New York City’s First Ethiopian Food Truck

Meet the owner of Makina Cafe, an immigrant making her way in a male-dominated industry.

In Lower Manhattan, It’s Benches vs. Food Carts

In Lower Manhattan, It’s Benches vs. Food Carts

The manager of the building at 140 Broadway wants to redesign the “Red Cuba” plaza in front—and leave no room for all the vendors who sell their food there

Sunset Park NuYoricans Help Puerto Rico on Their Own

Sunset Park NuYoricans Help Puerto Rico on Their Own

The relief effort at the Sunset Park Disaster-Relief Collection Center in Brooklyn began right after the hurricanes hit.

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