Blog Posts Tagged "portraits"

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11/23/2020 ‘You Kind-Of Get Used To These Situations’: How O’Hara’s Continues To Survive In The COVID Era

In 1992, O’Hara’s Pub survived a devastating fire that necessitated a six-and-a-half-month-long gut renovation. In 2001, the attacks on September 11 happened about 400 feet…

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07/10/2020 'We Just Went From Being Very Conscious To Ultra-Conscious': A Day In the Life Of A Sanitation Worker During COVID

Work hasn’t slowed down one bit for Anthony Paolicelli, a sanitation worker whose route takes him through Lower Manhattan. If anything, the increased number of…

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07/09/2020 The Go-To Ramen Outpost That’s Been Serving Downtown Through COVID-19

Krit “Ahm” Sukarom has been the manager at Kuu Ramen (20 John Street) for more than five years. He’s used to chatting with customers amid…

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07/08/2020 How An Indian Restaurant Kept Afloat With Delivery Orders From Abroad

Last year, when brothers Atin and Aankit Malholtra pivoted from careers in the corporate and banking worlds and took over the Indian restaurant Benares (45…

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07/06/2020 ‘I Wanted To Get Some Business, And Get My People Working Too’: Carlos Correa On Reopening El Toro Mexican Grill

When the pandemic hit New York in March, Carlos Correa shut down El Toro Mexican Grill, his popular restaurant at 69 New Street. Eventually, he…

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07/02/2020 'Everyone's A Little More Patient With Each Other,' Says PATH Train Engineer

Elena Clarke’s job is to make sure people get where they need to go. She’s a PATH engineer, and she’s been working all through the…

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06/29/2020 ‘Our Store Has Become More Than A Deli’: Inside The 24-Hour Cafe De Novo

In pre-COVID times each transaction at Cafe de Novo (94½ Greenwich St) took about 10 seconds. “We really had a ‘New York minute’ mentality,” general…

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06/25/2020 ‘Die-Hard Customers Look In Their Closets For Stuff To Fix’: Minas Shoe Repair During COVID

Minas Shoe Repair (63 Wall Street) closed three months ago in response to the pandemic, and customers have since seemed to miss cobbler Asimenia “Menia”…

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06/24/2020 ‘I Could Pull Through 9/11,’ Says Longtime Restaurateur, ‘I Do Not Want To Close Now’

The last few months have not been business as usual for Manveen Singh, owner of Tandoor Palace at 88 Fulton Street. “We have about 10…

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06/23/2020 As The City Reopens, New Yorkers Like Al Wright Are Starting To Process The COVID Era

“This thing had me scared, I'm not gonna lie to you,” Al Wright, a maintenance technician for Battery Park City Authority’s Parks Operation Department, told…

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11/23/2020 ‘You Kind-Of Get Used To These Situations’: How O’Hara’s Continues To Survive In The COVID Era

In 1992, O’Hara’s Pub survived a devastating fire that necessitated a six-and-a-half-month-long gut renovation. In 2001, the attacks on September 11 happened about 400 feet…

Read More

07/10/2020 'We Just Went From Being Very Conscious To Ultra-Conscious': A Day In the Life Of A Sanitation Worker During COVID

Work hasn’t slowed down one bit for Anthony Paolicelli, a sanitation worker whose route takes him through Lower Manhattan. If anything, the increased number of…

Read More

07/09/2020 The Go-To Ramen Outpost That’s Been Serving Downtown Through COVID-19

Krit “Ahm” Sukarom has been the manager at Kuu Ramen (20 John Street) for more than five years. He’s used to chatting with customers amid…

Read More

07/08/2020 How An Indian Restaurant Kept Afloat With Delivery Orders From Abroad

Last year, when brothers Atin and Aankit Malholtra pivoted from careers in the corporate and banking worlds and took over the Indian restaurant Benares (45…

Read More

07/06/2020 ‘I Wanted To Get Some Business, And Get My People Working Too’: Carlos Correa On Reopening El Toro Mexican Grill

When the pandemic hit New York in March, Carlos Correa shut down El Toro Mexican Grill, his popular restaurant at 69 New Street. Eventually, he…

Read More

07/02/2020 'Everyone's A Little More Patient With Each Other,' Says PATH Train Engineer

Elena Clarke’s job is to make sure people get where they need to go. She’s a PATH engineer, and she’s been working all through the…

Read More

06/29/2020 ‘Our Store Has Become More Than A Deli’: Inside The 24-Hour Cafe De Novo

In pre-COVID times each transaction at Cafe de Novo (94½ Greenwich St) took about 10 seconds. “We really had a ‘New York minute’ mentality,” general…

Read More

06/25/2020 ‘Die-Hard Customers Look In Their Closets For Stuff To Fix’: Minas Shoe Repair During COVID

Minas Shoe Repair (63 Wall Street) closed three months ago in response to the pandemic, and customers have since seemed to miss cobbler Asimenia “Menia”…

Read More

06/24/2020 ‘I Could Pull Through 9/11,’ Says Longtime Restaurateur, ‘I Do Not Want To Close Now’

The last few months have not been business as usual for Manveen Singh, owner of Tandoor Palace at 88 Fulton Street. “We have about 10…

Read More

06/23/2020 As The City Reopens, New Yorkers Like Al Wright Are Starting To Process The COVID Era

“This thing had me scared, I'm not gonna lie to you,” Al Wright, a maintenance technician for Battery Park City Authority’s Parks Operation Department, told…

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