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This Is New York: Rikki Samuels, The Ice Queen of Rockefeller Center
Rikki Samuels, former Ice Follies lead skater, talks about the secret to feeling young at age 74. She can still do an effortless arabesque spin.
January 18, 2013
Chinese Characters: 和平 Hé Píng
CHINESE CHARACTERS: 和平 Peace.
Chinese Characters: 禮 Lǐ
Confucius placed much emphasis on the conduct of people, especially as it relates to customs and ethics. The ...
This Is New York: Bill de Blasio, NYC Public Advocate
NYC Public Advocate Bill de Blasio talks about how the Watergate scandal inspired him to become a public ...
January 12, 2013
This is New York: Robert Turley
Robert Turley owns thousands of books on Korean art, and has found an overwhelming problem with them. The ...
This is New York: Robert Harris, Santa Claus
Robert Harris, 75, has been Santa at the annual Christmas Eve lunch for the homeless for the past ...
This Is New York: James Ramsey
James Ramsey, founder of the Lowline, talks about his childhood and inspirations.
December 2, 2012
NYC Officials Stress Safety Against Identity Theft
NEW YORK—City officials want New Yorkers to be on alert against scams, particularly since New York has one ...
October 25, 2012
Chinese Use Microblogs to Withdraw From Party
The scandal triggered by former Chongqing police chief Wang Lijun’s attempted defection to the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu ...
Inspiring Hunts Point, One Mural at a Time
A minimum-wage painting job turned out to be a life-changing experience for 15 Bronx teenagers this summer.
August 14, 2012
This Is New York: Rick Carrier, World War II Veteran
NEW YORK—Rick Carrier's life reads like a novel. He fought Nazis in World War II, liberated the Buchenwald ...
June 27, 2012
Table Links NYC Comptroller and Beijing Hate Campaign
A small table set up on Main Street, Flushing, is the nexus of a complicated set of ties ...
June 24, 2012
Exercise: Remedy for NYC’s Costly Epidemic
NEW YORK—Today many people are choosing remote controls over basketball courts, iPads over parks, and burgers over bikes. ...
June 9, 2012
Cow Manure Powers Dairy Farms
NEW YORK—An increasing number of dairy farmers in New York state are discovering an ecological solution to deal ...
April 17, 2012
As NY Turns to Fracking, Farmers Cash In
Leasing consultant James Leonard tells a tragic story, but it’s also a cautionary tale. Leonard warned a room ...
March 11, 2012
Chinese Media Paints a Different Picture of John Liu Campaign Scandal
While English-language newspapers in New York are labeling Comptroller John Liu a "Liu-ser" in light of alleged acts ...
March 1, 2012
John Liu’s Close Ties to Beijing
Liu has been in the news lately because of allegations his mayoral campaign has used illegal fundraising tactics. ...
February 29, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
New York City Comptroller John Liu’s Campaign Treasurer Arrested
Comptroller John Liu's 2013 mayoral campaign treasurer was arrested on Tuesday on charges of conspiracy to commit wire ...
February 28, 2012
‘Dumpster Diving’ in NYC: Living on Leftovers
NEW YORK—Every day, bakeries, grocery stores, and restaurants take food products off their shelves to make room for ...
November 24, 2011
An Artist’s Response to 9/11 Tragedy
NEW YORK—“I was angry, I was depressed. I didn't want to call anybody. I didn't know who to ...
August 30, 2011
Activists Ramp Up Efforts to Ban Horse-Drawn Carriages
In light of two recent accidents involving horse-drawn carriages in New York City, animal-rights activists have held a ...
July 28, 2011
The Flow of Time on the East River
NEW YORK—The shores and islands of the East River have been home to a motley assortment of humans ...
July 26, 2011
The Epoch Times’ Third Ground View Forum, Honoring Conflict Photographers Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros
Watch the video of the full Ground View #3 Forum, in memory of Tim Hetherington and Chris ...
May 2, 2011
Epoch Times Staff
A Wild Time in NYC: Migratory Birds Drawn to City’s Green Spots
Hilary Salk walked through Bryant Park on her customary Monday morning bird-watching excursion. She raised her binoculars to ...
April 25, 2011
Climate Week NYºC: A Clean Industrial Revolution Planned
Government, big business, and NGO representatives gathered Monday at the opening to Climate Week NYÂºC.
September 20, 2010
An Ill Wind Blows into a Child’s Life
If pool water is bad for an infant, then how much worse would be the scorched air emanating ...
November 30, 2005
Epoch Times Staff
Supreme Court Rules 7-2 to Throw Out Child Slavery Lawsuit Against Nestle, Cargill
House of Representatives Repeals 2002 Iraq War Powers Authorization
Supreme Court Rules Foster Agencies Can Deny Certification to Same-Sex Couples on Religious Grounds
‘Clearly Unconstitutional’: 2 Justices Issue Dissent in Supreme Court’s Obamacare Ruling
Supreme Court Tosses Obamacare Challenge by 18 States on Grounds of Legal Standing
Left Foot In, Children’s TV Is Doing the Wokey Pokey
Michigan Senate Leader Is ‘Watching Carefully’ Election Audit in Maricopa County
US Weekly Jobless Claims Unexpectedly Rise
American Grassroots Politics Growing Ahead of 2022 Midterms
Bill Seeks to Block Foreign Adversaries From Buying Land Near US Military Bases