2593 Days In NYC

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Satellite babies are a generation of children who were born in the U.S but raised in China, like a remote satellite to their biological parents.

New Supermarket Brings Fresh Food to East Harlem

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The new Shop Fair supermarket, which opened on August 19 in on East 116th Street, brings a welcome food shopping option to East Harlem. The neighborhood lacks options for fresh, healthy, affordable food and is often considered to be a food desert.

Ayala Sneaks a Win in District 8

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Diana Ayala won her first race for elected office in a razor close primary for the city council seat in East Harlem.

Taste of China, made in the USA

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The prices are similar to those back in China, and the packages look just like the traditional ones, yet these mooncakes are all made in the USA.

5 Years After Superstorm Sandy, Red Hook Still Waiting for Recovery

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Damaged roofs go unrepaired, prevention infrastructure is still just a concept, Red Hook has waited 5 years to recover from Sandy and yet the waiting is not ending anytime soon.

Live From A Shipping Container

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Freewheeling KPISS is one of Bushwicks local radio stations that is bringing neighbors together.

Bed-Stuy Churches Persist Despite Gentrification

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Churches in Bed-Stuy struggle to ward off dwindling congregations as gentrification reshapes the make up of the neighbohrood.

Persisting homelessness divergence

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Attention attached to homelessness by community activists in Forest Hills, Queens has made long-standing frictions resurface.