Archive for the ‘Immigration’ Category

Artist brings flavors of immigrant neighborhoods to Times Square

Posted on September 10th, 2011 by Bogdan Mohora

Artist brings flavors of immigrant neighborhoods to Times Square

Outside, all of Takagi’s photos grace the sides of 25 trash cans scattered around the Broadway plazas.

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Longtime Carroll Gardens residents wrestle with development

Posted on September 3rd, 2010 by Will Holloway

Longtime Carroll Gardens residents wrestle with development

Development and historic district designation are debated in a traditionally Italian-American neighborhood.

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Polish elections in Greenpoint

Posted on September 3rd, 2010 by Anna Spinner

Polish elections in Greenpoint

Poland elects Komorowski but Greenpoint chooses Kaczyński

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New York Hospital Queens highlights multiethnic food in international month

Posted on August 28th, 2010 by Larry Tung

New York Hospital Queens highlights multiethnic food in international month

More hospitals are trying to provide meal service that reflects the population they serve.

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Colleges in Flushing aim to attract immigrants

Posted on August 14th, 2010 by Larry Tung

Colleges in Flushing aim to attract immigrants

In the competitive education market, immigrants are much sought-after.

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Living

Crotona Park East and West Farms to get facelift

Crotona Park East and West Farms to get facelift

Twenty percent of the new development area will be reserved for affordable housing, according to the group’s proposal.

Politics

Harlem artist, neighborhood work to preserve murals

Harlem artist, neighborhood work to preserve murals

Many Harlem residents consider these gates a part of the neighborhood’s history.

Religion

Racial propaganda causes concern in Greenpoint

Racial propaganda causes concern in Greenpoint

White supremacist fliers were left under the windshield wipers of cars parked overnight in Greenpoint, but officials say their message is protected under the First Amendment.