On most days, chaplain Mark Ford works for the forces of good, counseling drug and alcohol addicts at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, a nonprofit Christian social-service organization.
Lizzie served as the managing editor for this final issue of NYC24, which contains eleven stories about image in New York.
At the Eyebeam Gallery in Chelsea, performance artist Joseph DeLappe walked 240 miles on a treadmill hooked up to his Second Life character, “MGandhi” to re-enact the real Gandhi’s 1930 salt march protesting British rule of India.
My Master’s Project for the Columbia University School of Journalism, a multimedia website using pickles as a window into how New Yorkers eat and the growing local food movement.
The story chronicles the problems that 11 former Lower East Sides Squats have enountered with their new landlord, the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board, since the squatters, the city and UHAB cut a deal in 2002.
The Society for Creative Anachronism, an international nonprofit dedicated to medieval reenactment, continues to grow as its New York branch approaches its 40th anniversary.
The piece explains a new past time, AcroYoga, which is a combination of acrobatics, yoga and thai massage. Multimedia: text, video and audio slideshow.
Diabetes, exacerbated by lack of access to healthy food, exercise facilities and adequate medical care plagues Mott Haven in the Bronx.