A man in his dark plaid shirt and black pants was sitting alone at the bar in Sapps, a newly-opened Japanese restaurant between 112th Street and Broadway. He looked down to check his phone.
Dan McSweeney has been an active member of the Morningside Heights Community
Nearly 10 years ago, a federal judge ordered the New York City Fire Department to hire a more diverse workforce that reflects the city’s demographics, and to foster a firehouse culture that is welcoming to employees of all backgrounds.
And, while some progress has been
Roger Manning pauses mid-sentence every time a helicopter flies over Governors Island. It’s a habit he picked up when he was working as a musician in the New York City subway system. Whenever a train entered the station, he’d stop singing, as if shielding himself
Joyce Overton went to court one morning in November to ask for help. With her hair tied back in a bun and the word “love” scrawled across her shirt, Overton stepped up to the judge’s bench to explain that, for weeks, she had to feed
Innocent Mandrake walked into a bar in New York City one Sunday evening. With his white hair and an entourage of friends, he chose the historic Ear Inn as his watering hole. He grabbed a table in the back.
Jackson Siporin came over to take his