One man’s trash is another man’s treasure… or groceries. About 3.9 million tons of New York food makes its way into landfills each year. Some people, like Janet Kalish, have made it their mission to fight food waste by scavenging through garbage left on the curb.
When she was only six years old, Julia Knox started her own Barbie fashion company. Today, she’s still working in fashion and runs East Village Hats, a tiny store in NYC that does everything hat-related.
In the past few years, tens of thousands of videos featuring one person’s face on someone else’s body have appeared on the internet. These “deepfake” videos are made using software that uses artificial intelligence to learn how to place one face on another body. Instagram user, Myster Giraffe, who has made some of the most […]
A transit of Mercury was visible today against the solar disks. Passersby on the streets of Manhattan were able to take a peek at the event thanks to amateur astronomers and their gears.
Doraian Givens, a third year NYU student, shares her story of attending a “cult” high school – T.M. Landry.
Outraged New Yorkers protest in Brooklyn for the removal of the NYPD out of the MTA. The recent arrests of farebeaters have sparked much controversy. Advocates claim that punishing people fare evasion is criminalizing poverty, as most of the people arrested are Black or Hispanic.
Conventional life may be getting in the way, but the beatbox-rap duo still perform together after all these years. One’s a corporate salesman, the other’s an educator. But on stage, they’re just a couple of best friends having fun.
Elizabeth Warren spoke to a crowd of over 20,000 people in Washington Square Park on September 17 to talk about corruption and her plan against it.
By Melvis Acosta and Lindsey China Goons NYC is a rising indie music brand of 19-year-old Nico Brunstein’s creation. It aims to pair indie artists and to allow collaboration on photography, digital design, album art, music videos, and merchandising. Through private parties, large-scale events, and summer indie music sessions in Washington Square Park to be […]
You encounter it everywhere: sitting in a crowded lecture hall, walking down Waverly Place, and even in the quiet study rooms of Bobst. A quick puff of smoke followed by the sickeningly sweet smell of mango. The Juul, designed as a nicotine-packed electronic alternative to cigarettes and sleekly packaged to resemble a flash drive, has […]