Japanese American New Yorkers link historical injustices to modern immigration concerns in NYC

By Eddy Martinez Tourists wearing backpacks passed by Emily Fujikado Akpan, 24, as she stood outside Penn Station around early last Saturday morning. But even though she was bundled up with a scarf and a wool...

Phone booths to be removed soon from West Side after complaints

Phone booths may seem to many like just an antiquated memory of New York City’s past, but there are still many of them on the city’s streets. However, there will be fewer of them in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen...

Manhattan groups discuss lawsuit to halt construction on Chinatown jail

BY JOAQUIN COTLER Neighbors United Below Canal and the American Indian Community House filed a joint lawsuit on Valentine’s Day claiming the city violated its own land-use procedure, fast-tracked...

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