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Entrepreneurship Moves Ex-Inmates from Prison to Prosperity

Entrepreneurship Moves Ex-Inmates from Prison to Prosperity

Ex-offenders in New York are starting their own businesses, and advocates say they’re uniquely suited for entrepreneurship.

Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue Blossoms Post-Recession

Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue Blossoms Post-Recession

While small businesses were hurt during the Great Recession, things in Park Slope are looking up.

Native American Contemporary Artists Make a Play for the Mainstream

Native American Contemporary Artists Make a Play for the Mainstream

Scholars and artists say Native American contemporary artists are slowly gaining acceptance in the mainstream market.

Advocates Say Financial Abuse is Domestic Violence, Too

Advocates Say Financial Abuse is Domestic Violence, Too

Financial abuse is on the rise, especially in areas with high unemployment where families are under increased financial strain.

Thompson’s Big GOTV Push in the Bronx

Thompson’s Big GOTV Push in the Bronx

Firefighters are anchoring an effort that the former comptroller’s campaign says includes at least 400 volunteers. Published in City Limits’ Bronx Bureau.

For Bronx-Based Mayoral Candidate, It Ain’t Easy Being Green

For Bronx-Based Mayoral Candidate, It Ain’t Easy Being Green

Tony Gronowicz ran for mayor on the Green Party line knowing he would lose, but hoping to gather enough votes to force the major parties to pay attention. Published in City Limits’ Bronx Bureau.