Damion Badalamenti, chocolate maker at Kah Kow U.S.A. the first Dominican chocolate factory in New York City, explains what makes Dominican chocolate unique. The Rizek Cacao company is a family-owned business that has been exporting cacao beans from the Dominican Republic for over 100 years. Fifth-generation Nadia Rizek wants to share the potential of Dominican […]
Students in Brooklyn learn how to heat and bend glass under an open flame to create neon art.
For Monica Bartley and other people who use a wheelchair, winter presents even greater challenges to getting around the city.
A mother strives to provide for her family and fulfill her dream of helping others out of poverty
Learning home-style international cuisine with immigrant home cooks.
A group of formerly incarcerated young men find hope in a food truck business
In Brooklyn, a group of fixers teach people how to repair their broken objects, for free.
Muslims and Christians joined Jews for an interfaith peace seder on the third night of Passover
An organization honors the courageous people who rescued Jews during the Holocaust.
An organization uses live performances to lift the spirits of the homebound
An 11-year old girl who really packs a punch.
The Lower East Side was once populated with pickle shops. Today, only one remains.
It was a winter for the record books. Here’s our coverage from the winter that just won’t quit.