Photographs of unrelated doppelgängers who have found each other.
From Touching Strangers by Richard Renaldi.
Great news clip on accessibility through one East Village resident’s eyes. (via Former Ms. Wheelchair America Struggles with East Village Curbs and Steps)(Source: http://download.macromedia.com/)
Dove conducted an experiment about how women perceive their own beauty. Very interesting to watch. [Update 4/18/2013: I have heard as much negative about this ad as positive over the last several days. Posting was not an endorsement but rather a spark of conversation. My personal opinion: On one level, this is fascinating to see… Continue reading
Pregnancy beats cane! Pregnancy beats cane! The highlight of a smile-inducing subway story.
Be patient—and tough. a New York teaching. Read more in a well-articulated post by Sarah Hopela on what she learned in NYC.
Well — he did not —. Clarence Thomas, Supreme Court Justice This is all that was captured in the official court transcript, but it’s part of what seemed to have been a somewhat loaded, snarky comment about his alma mater, Yale. Why does one little comment even make headlines? Thomas, the ‘silent justice’, hasn’t asked… Continue reading
NYE 2013, Hard Rock Cafe and Times Square, through the Times Square Alliance Click the photo to see more! It was incredible. I wasn’t with friends or family for the first time ever, which I thought would be weird, but the staff I volunteered with was wonderful and we had a lot of fun. Plus,… Continue reading
Narratively, a new digital publication devoted to original, true & in-depth stories about New York, is going to be big. They have an experienced team with fresh angles to journalism and a clear vision. I have often lamented how the news glosses over the most incredible human interest stories because there’s something flashier to be… Continue reading