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Intense winds buffeted the streets of New York.

Global City NYC Covers Hurricane Sandy

Global City NYC’s reporters fanned across the five boroughs this week to witness New Yorkers surviving in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

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In Irish Pubs, Sandy Can’t Stop the Party

Irish bars and restaurants in Manhattan and the Bronx weathered Hurricane Sandy this weekend and even managed to thrive in the storm’s aftermath.

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Ferry Point Raid Leaves Hondurans Jittery

Saturday’s New York Honduras Soccer League playoffs were disrupted when NYPD and Parks Enforcement Patrol arrived and issued more than 9 tickets to vendors providing food for the players and bystanders.

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West African New Yorkers Ship Large Goods–And Profits–Across Atlantic

West Africans pack furniture, cars and clothes into containers that are shipped to their families and to buyers back home.

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Deli Worker’s Death Inspires Community Activism

Protesters have poured onto the streets of the South Bronx at least three times demanding justice for Cuevas’ death.

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Mother Struggles After Son’s Murder

Mother Struggles After Son’s Murder

Jose Webster was shot seven times from behind while walking on Teller Avenue in the Bronx. The first anniversary of his death fell on September 15, but no arrests were ever made. Jose’s mother, Lesly Arzu, still mourns, but has found ways to keep moving forward in her life.

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