French Street Artist Dreams of New Starts in BrooklynBy Alexis Buisson
Koralie, a street artist from France, has had to make a few compromises since becoming a mother of two. Her taste for risk-takingwhich led her to empty streets of cities around the world to coat entire walls with art graffitihas faded somewhat.
Willamsburgs Poet Laureate: Yom Tov EhrlichBy Michael Casper
In the November 6 issue of the New York Review of Books, Harold Bloom predicted that the vibrant Yiddish language, fused and open, questioning and celebrating, someday will be no more.
A FIERCE Fight in the West VillageBy Lucas Mann
Its cold on the Christopher Street Pier in the wintertimenot the kind of place you want to stand still after the sun sets and the wind whips off the Hudson. For a lot of New York City teenagers, however, the Greenwich Village waterfront is the best place to be in any weather.
Y-Act: Mexican-American Students Fight for Educational EquityBy Eleanor J. Bader
When Kara Gagnon was a high school senior in Dalton, Massachusetts, she didnt give much thought to the fact that there were four guidance counselors for the 140 students in her graduating class. But moving from suburban Dalton to Brooklyn made her realize how privileged she and her peers were.
The Underground Economy
At Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village, where I am the Senior Minister, we held an experimental underground economy on the night of the full moon this November. We will hold a second on December 12the next full lunacystarting at 8 in the Judson Gym.