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Rethinking culture and community in New York City
Arts activist Caron Atlas discusses the relationship between culture, neighborhoods, and healthy cities.
Everything you touch is a problem
Haiti is sometimes called the Republic of NGOs due to the heavy presence of foreign aid groups. We explored how this plays out in the small city of Fort-Liberté.
Issue 4 launch party
We're holding a launch party and fundraiser in Lower Manhattan on August 27 to celebrate the release of our fourth issue.
Architectural alternatives
Pedro Gadanho, MoMA's Curator for Contemporary Architecture, gives his thoughts about New York's design community.
Credit David Schalliol.
Life in the shadow of Indiana’s steel mills
Photographer and sociologist David Schalliol spent months exploring the industrial cities just across the state line from his Chicago home.
Credit Cameron Blaylock
Development
Photographer Cameron Blaylock documented Caribbean businesses on Nostrand Avenue, a fast-gentrifying street in Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood.
Ted Williams playing in Times Square. Credit Flickr user Kenneth Lu via Creative Commons license.
Blues man of the dirt
Musician Jeremiah Lockwood recalls an adolescence spent playing on New York's streets and subways with blues master Ted Williams.
Still from the 1984 film Los Sures, courtesy of Ellen Tolmie.
Shot by shot, Brooklyn histories revealed
A Brooklyn documentary arts organization is using a 1984 film to connect its neighborhood's past and present.
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Ted Williams playing in Times Square. Credit Flickr user Kenneth Lu via Creative Commons license.