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New York is a city that has pretty much everything. But, taking it all in could be exhausting, not to mention, take a lifetime.
Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal has been called many things over the years. A cesspool, an industrial dumping ground, a blemish.
Gowanus Canal (photo: Flickr)
Homelessness is on the rise in New York City.
Homeless, Broke, and Hungry ( Photo: Flickr)
In the blink of an eye the holiday season is upon us once again.
Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons
Central Park has long been a magnet for New Yorkers and tourists alike.
Women have played a wide variety of roles during wartime.
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One could argue that no food item is more New York than the bagel. For a lot of people buying bagels on a Sunday morning is a ritual.