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A Manhattan resident shares her story of uncovering the long history of her Lower East Side row house, after finding out it was in jeopardy of collapse.
If you live in an old house, chances are many, many people walked the same floors and slept in the same rooms over the years. But, have you ever wondered who they were, what their lives were like?
It's hard to find humor in death, but Vincent Graziano has found a way to do it.
Most of us spend our lives trying to avoid death, but for Vincent Graziano, death is inescapable. Graziano's a third generation funeral director. His grandfather ran a funeral home on Manhattan's Lower East Side, and Graziano has been running one himself in Westchester county for more than thirty years.