A. Wolf | where polyamory meets reality more... 1 Comments
Query | I walked along the dirt paths of the Ramble, around its oaks, maples and glacial rocks, and stopped near a footbridge spanning a brook. A clear night here turns strangers into silhouettes. But on a cloudy night, the eternal lights of New York City are captured and then refracted in an orange glow that peeks under tree tops and reveals glimpses: shiny Adidas pants with racer stripes hugging boy hips; a nipple ring glimmering in the light down of a defined chest; a knit cap above a square jaw. more... 7 Comments
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a.k. gupta | It took mere days for the democratic shine on Iraqâ€™s national elections to lose its luster, revealing a festering mass of coercion, intimidation and irregularities. It seems that less than half the eligible voters chose to cast ballots, leaving the victors with a fragile legitimacy that may shatter if they canâ€™t end the U.S. occupation and restore the economy. more... 0 Comments
Donald Paneth | UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.â€”Multiple worldwide crises are being addressed and administered at the United Nations by men who very seldom either speak for or to the subjects of their deliberations â€“ people, the rag-tag people. more... 0 Comments
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Kat Aaron | Madeline Arroyo used to pay a private company $100 to have her taxes prepared. Now, Arroyo gets her taxes done free and quick at the Lower East Side Peopleâ€™s Federal Credit Union thanks to an increasingly popular program across the city that enables low income wage earners to get free assistance with their taxes as well as rapid refunds within a couple of weeks of filing their forms. more... 0 Comments
Steven Wishnia | The worst thing is when you have a job and canâ€™t afford housing,â€ says William Medley. â€œRentâ€™s too much. For a studio they want $900 a month. For a studio!â€ more... 2 Comments
John Tarleton | â€œMy fight might be over,â€ says Herold Noel. â€œBut itâ€™s not over for all the veterans who are still in my situation.â€ more... 0 Comments
DK | Kucinich added that while much attention has been focused on private accounts, price indexing, once understood by both the media and the American people generally, will create such an uproar that it will jeopardize not only the Administrationâ€™s plans, but could create great political risk for members supporting the plans. more... 0 Comments
Lloyd Hart | The true meaning of the radical persecution of civil-rights attorney Lynne Stewart is simply to link the American left wing with terrorism. more... 5 Comments
Drummers Needed | We need hundreds of drummers to lead Ossie Davis' funeral procession, tomorrow--Saturday 2/12! Drummers should convene at Abyssinia Church between 9:30&10am. Procession leaves Abyssinia Church (132 West 138th Street/132 Odell Clarke Place bet. Malcolm X/6th Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd/7th Avenue) at 10:30, goes down Lenox Avenue/Malcolm X Blvd, stops at the Schomburg for children's singing, then turns right on 125th Street/Â past the Apollo Theatre then onto The Riverside Church at Riverside Drive near 122nd Street. Please distribute widely!! more... 0 Comments
bklyn free store | Grand REopening of the Brooklyn Free Store this Sunday! All day and evening more... 0 Comments
David Roknich | "You make an issue. The issue isn't there, just lying around waiting to be picked up off the sidewalk. It is what the author is intense about in his life."
40CS | What the jury didn't hear more... 5 Comments
free Lynne Stewart | Veteran civil rights lawyer Lynne Stewart was convicted Thursday more... 3 Comments
Stop US attacks on Venezuela | STOP U.S. ATTACKS ON VENEZUELA! VENEZUELA SPEAKS FOR ITSELF! A SOLIDARITY FORUM WITH: FERMIN TORO JIMENEZ PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA TO THE UNITED NATIONS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11 7:00 PM MARTIN LUTHER KING AUDITORIUM 1199/SEIU BUILDING 310 WEST 43RD STREET more... 2 Comments
Betsy Driver | An international gathering of intersex advocates, scholars, and legal professionals will come together in New York City this month to discuss the nascent intersex movement. The Cardozo Womenâ€™s Law Journal â€“ Bodies Like Ours Symposium on Intersex Education, Advocacy, and The Law takes place February 22-23, 2005, at the Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University. The groundbreaking symposium will examine the legal and ethical issues surrounding the medical treatment of intersex and the advocacy movement. more... 0 Comments
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