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Little Italy, NYC

Little Italy: A Story of Loss, Love, and Hope

For visitors of New York who love anything Italian, a trip to the city’s Little Italy would not be amiss. Though it’s not as sprawling as it once was, Little Italy is still alive, vibrant, and doing well. If a trip to a traditional Italian eatery is on the itinerary, then this is the place […]

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ASTEP: Transforming Lives Through the Power of the Arts

By Mauricio Salgado “All right everyone, take a deep breath and let it out. I find that whenever I’m in an uncomfortable or unexpected situation, I stop breathing. That might happen a lot in this workshop–so let’s make it a rule to breathe.” That’s how we began the Artist as Citizen workshop at the 2013 […]

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