• How Hip-Hop Transformed New York

    2 days ago - By NYT

    When hip-hop culture started to spread in the 1980s, it changed the city in more ways than one.
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  • When Protest Movements Became Brands

    2 days ago - By NYT

    As socially minded public installations in New York City became popular in the 1980s, political movements realized their marketing potential.
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  • How the Kiwi Changed New York's Food Scene

    2 days ago - By NYT

    The city first embraced global ingredients in the early '80s, and the rest of the world followed suit.
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  • The Stars Who Got Their Start on the '80s New York Stage

    2 days ago - By NYT

    From Broadway to downtown experimental shows, the city's theater ruled supreme. Here are some of its alumni, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Willem Dafoe, Cynthia Nixon and more.
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  • This Company Finds You a Therapist: My Wellbeing CEO Interview

    2 days ago - By Allure

    Alyssa Petersel had trouble finding a therapist when she moved to New York City after college, and she figured she wasn't the only one. After getting her master's of social work, she started the company My Wellbeing to match users with the right therapists for them.
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  • Charles Grodin Lists Hudson River View Co-Op on New York City's Upper West Side

    2 days ago - By Variety

    Actor, comedian, political commentator and former CNBC talk show host Charles Grodin and novelist Elissa Durwood Grodin have their New York City apartment available at $3.2 million. The “Midnight Run” and “Beethoven” star, now in his early 80s and arguably best known from a pop cultural stand point for his “Awkward, Hostile, and Absolutely Hilarious”...
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  • New York City Announces Plan to House Inmates According to Gender Identity

    2 days ago - By Observer

    New York City is joining San Francisco in ensuring protections for transgender and gender non-conforming people.
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