Blog Posts Tagged "portraits"

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06/23/2020 'We're Here — Night, Day, Rain, Sleet, Snow, Heat, Pandemic'

During the last few months, more and more stories of how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted New Yorkers have been told and retold. They form…

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06/03/2020 Dispatch From A Downtown Mail Carrier: 'Send To Your Loved Ones'

The post-pandemic world could be one without the U.S. Postal Service, whose political and financial struggles have been well-documented. The USPS is currently $160 billion…

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06/03/2020 How A Small-Business Owner Draws Strength And Hope From History

Matt Khatamov is co-owner of FiDi Cleaners at 89 Washington Street. Like other small-business owners he is grappling with the COVID-19 crisis, but for Khatamov…

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06/03/2020 Generosity And Tolerance: This Restaurateur Delivers (Even When It’s Not Returned)

When the Downtown Alliance chatted with Kanruthai Makmuang on May 18, she’d been working 25 days straight. Makmuang is co-owner of the Thai kitchen Aroy…

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05/28/2020 ‘We’re In Business, That’s The Success Story’: Jeremy’s Ale House Reopens

Lee Holin grew up in a family of New York restaurateurs. His father started his namesake Jeremy’s Ale House (228 Front Street), a friendly neighborhood…

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05/28/2020 ‘We Cut One Key A Day,’ A Downtown Locksmith Says, 'But There's Hope. We’ll Be Back.'

“I felt like a movie star,” Harry Santiago joked about his recent photo shoot for the Downtown Alliance’s portrait series. Granted, Santiago’s line of work…

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05/27/2020 The Diner That’s Seen It All: George’s During COVID

Billy Koulmentas grew up in the family business. He still remembers at 12 years old delivering burgers from his dad’s diner George’s (currently 89 Greenwich…

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05/26/2020 These People Are Making Sure New Yorkers Don’t Go Hungry

Before the pandemic, school food service manager Donald Jarvis was responsible for supervising a handful of city schools’ nutrition programs, ensuring students’ meals were healthy,…

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05/11/2020 Firefighters Self-Isolate To Keep Their Families Safe: 'It's Been Difficult Staying Away From Everyone'

The firefighters of Lower Manhattan’s Engine 4/Ladder 15 have been through some pretty tough times. The company lost about a dozen men during September 11,…

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05/08/2020 Have Wine, Will Travel: What It's Like Delivering Spirits During The Pandemic

When Logan Beaver arrives at your door, you’re probably pretty happy to see him. That’s because the 26-year-old’s usually delivering an order from Financial District…

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06/23/2020 'We're Here — Night, Day, Rain, Sleet, Snow, Heat, Pandemic'

During the last few months, more and more stories of how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted New Yorkers have been told and retold. They form…

Read More

06/03/2020 Dispatch From A Downtown Mail Carrier: 'Send To Your Loved Ones'

The post-pandemic world could be one without the U.S. Postal Service, whose political and financial struggles have been well-documented. The USPS is currently $160 billion…

Read More

06/03/2020 How A Small-Business Owner Draws Strength And Hope From History

Matt Khatamov is co-owner of FiDi Cleaners at 89 Washington Street. Like other small-business owners he is grappling with the COVID-19 crisis, but for Khatamov…

Read More

06/03/2020 Generosity And Tolerance: This Restaurateur Delivers (Even When It’s Not Returned)

When the Downtown Alliance chatted with Kanruthai Makmuang on May 18, she’d been working 25 days straight. Makmuang is co-owner of the Thai kitchen Aroy…

Read More

05/28/2020 ‘We’re In Business, That’s The Success Story’: Jeremy’s Ale House Reopens

Lee Holin grew up in a family of New York restaurateurs. His father started his namesake Jeremy’s Ale House (228 Front Street), a friendly neighborhood…

Read More

05/28/2020 ‘We Cut One Key A Day,’ A Downtown Locksmith Says, 'But There's Hope. We’ll Be Back.'

“I felt like a movie star,” Harry Santiago joked about his recent photo shoot for the Downtown Alliance’s portrait series. Granted, Santiago’s line of work…

Read More

05/27/2020 The Diner That’s Seen It All: George’s During COVID

Billy Koulmentas grew up in the family business. He still remembers at 12 years old delivering burgers from his dad’s diner George’s (currently 89 Greenwich…

Read More

05/26/2020 These People Are Making Sure New Yorkers Don’t Go Hungry

Before the pandemic, school food service manager Donald Jarvis was responsible for supervising a handful of city schools’ nutrition programs, ensuring students’ meals were healthy,…

Read More

05/11/2020 Firefighters Self-Isolate To Keep Their Families Safe: 'It's Been Difficult Staying Away From Everyone'

The firefighters of Lower Manhattan’s Engine 4/Ladder 15 have been through some pretty tough times. The company lost about a dozen men during September 11,…

Read More

05/08/2020 Have Wine, Will Travel: What It's Like Delivering Spirits During The Pandemic

When Logan Beaver arrives at your door, you’re probably pretty happy to see him. That’s because the 26-year-old’s usually delivering an order from Financial District…

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