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There Will Be Blood

by 04/23/2014
Neighborhood: Yorkville

At 16, my dream job was working behind the deli counter at Daitch Shopwell. As a stock boy this would be a coup.

Washington Square Park

by 01/26/2014
Neighborhood: Greenwich Village

Jacob Margolies tells the tale of his friend Monte who helped clean up Washington Square Park by driving all the pot dealers crazy.

Man Kicks Car

by 09/26/2013
Neighborhood: Morningside Heights

Bob Blaisdell is an outstanding defender and champion of pedestrian rights.

Katya

by 08/09/2013
Neighborhood: East Village

Eliza Berman verbalizes the often inexpressible experience of the NYC transplant - feeling part anthropologist, part participant, wanting to be involved, but always partly detached.

Below 14th

by 05/30/2013
Neighborhood: East Village, Lower East Side

In 1984 Jacob Margolies returns to his old neighborhood, the Lower East Side and can't believe the change - in the people as well as the place.

Playing Hide and Seek in the Bronx

by 04/25/2013
Neighborhood: Bronx

Jackie Minghinelli's brother made an interesting discovery back in 1970. If only Mom hadn't found out.

Dope

by 04/25/2013
Neighborhood: Williamsburg

Jared Mazzaschi's roommate, in a crisis, resorted to actions he previously didn't believe he was capable of. South Williamsburg, 1993.

That’s My Daughter In The Water

by 03/27/2013
Neighborhood: Upper East Side

Trevor Jockims cons his way into a free swim using his daughter as a decoy.

The Dirty Side Of A Car Wash

by 03/15/2013
Neighborhood: Bronx

Eugene Barron recollects the monthly pay-offs and shakedowns that gave protection and kept his dad's car wash open for business.

Starry Night

by 12/04/2012
Neighborhood: Downtown Brooklyn

Kevin Kinsella is trapped in Brooklyn's most foul municipal purgatory.

The Threat

by 12/04/2012
Neighborhood: Flatlands

Mindy Greenstein is home after college and finding her mother's gambling addiction difficult to manage.

Passing Paper

by 09/09/2012
Neighborhood: West Village

Peter Nolan Smith likes to keep the law on his side - regardless of what side of it he's on.