Tag Archives: New York City

Times Square Stood Still as Anti-War Protesters Layed Down

On December 16th, anti-war protesters marched on Washington DC to protest the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Their protests were organized by Veterans for Peace, which coordinated several other demonstrations at major cities around the United States on the same … Continue reading

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How Early is too Early for Christmas?

Christmas is a big spectacle in New York City with the giant tree in Rockefeller Center and window displays at iconic department stores. The city is so obsessed with spreading the holiday cheer that it should have a season of … Continue reading

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Overeducated and Unemployed in the Recession

Since graduating from college in December 2009, Jake Teresi has had little luck finding a job as a writer in the film industry. Internships didn’t lead where he wanted them to, and now Teresi finds himself among the 5.6 percent … Continue reading

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Do You Have a Minute?

When I’m walking through the streets of New York I’m focused on sidestepping slowpokes with weighty shopping bags dangling from their arms and not getting hit by cars as I weave through traffic to cross a street. Like most of … Continue reading

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