Voter turnout in Williamsburg declines in the past few years
James Aogolis, 25, has been volunteering as a poll worker in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for 11 years.
Living in the neighborhood for his whole life, James Aogolis witnesses the change of the community.
Give birth to an American Baby: Chinese mothers’ Dream
Despite a booming economy in China, every year Chinese mothers choose to give birth in the so-called baby-care centers in America. With dozens of baby-care centers in southern California raided by the government, more pregnant Chinese women are coming to New York to give birth.
Post-storm Era: Red Hook Is Booming
Since Superstorm Sandy, businesses in Red Hook have gone through the ebb of the community. Now with more attention focusing on the neighborhood, Red Hook is turning over a new leaf.
Vinyl Shop Faces Rocky Future In Red Hook
Red Hook now has its own vinyl store. Coopersmith, the owner, though has a great vision for his business, this vinyl store might face a rocky future in this neighborhood.