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I live in Brooklyn, New York. Allow me to be a stereotype and kick this thing off with a bit of irony.
When I started this article, I was employed. 1,054 more words
When Hurricane Katrina attacked New Orleans, Nola.com—the site associated with The Times-Picayune—became a central point of rendezvous for people who were trapped (I remember one woman stuck on a roof texting an urgent plea to a relative elsewhere in the country, who left a message on a Nola.com forum for authorities to find her) and then for the diaspora that quickly spread across the South. 810 more words
Miffed at being the No. 4 seed in the Tournament of Champions, the Eastern High School field hockey team made a statement on Monday with a 12-0 whitewashing of fifth-seeded Shore in the play-in game at West Windsor-Plainsboro North. 242 more words
Long Island Congressman Peter King said today that he regretted not going through with his preliminary plans to run for president—but told the Observer he expected Florida Sen. 289 more words
Left: Todd Adrian, Jon Connors, Ford Sypher, Chloe Demrovsky, AnneMarie Staley
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