Post-9/11 restaurant respects workers rights

Post-9/11 restaurant respects workers rights

Economy, Featured Posts, Manhattan, New York September 14, 2011 at 4:57 pm

Ted Hesson tells the inspirational story of Colors, a post-9/11 restaurant located in downtown Manhattan.

Irish workers rebuild Trade Center

Irish workers rebuild Trade Center

In the News, Manhattan, New York, Western European September 9, 2011 at 4:11 pm

A 16-acre site the redevelopment of Ground Zero is visibly progressing as the rebirth of Lower Manhattan takes form. Molly Muldoon talks to some Irish workers who are helping shape the future of the New York skyline.
Patrick O’Shea was only 11 when the planes hit the World Trade Center SeptemberRead More

This stretch of Delancey between Pitt and Ridge has looked the same for half a century, but not for much longer. Photo ©

Chinese-American condos planned

Housing, Manhattan September 7, 2011 at 7:01 pm

Fifty-three Chinese-American investors have put down $8.5 million to construct a 12-story condominium building on a plot of land that abuts the Williamsburg Bridge. The project means the imminent closure of T & J Auto Repairs, a neighborhood fixture that has occupied a garage on Delancey St. since 1954.

Sandra Garcia-Betancourt, executive director of NOMA. Courtesy Artistic Performance during the annual Paseo Arts Manhattan.

An incubator of art in Upper Manhattan

Culture, In the News, Manhattan September 7, 2011 at 6:37 pm

For five years, the Arts Alliance has cultivated Hispanic artists. The fruits of their labor are on display… When the Arts Alliance of Northern Manhattan (NoMAA) was created in 2007, the artistic community of Washington Heights and Inwood had no resources and support services and was not connected to anyRead More