Human Stories, Boldly Told
Emon Hassan is a New York-based filmmaker and photographer. He is the founder of the music website Guitarkadia and a regular contributor to The New York Times.
Seventy years after an enigmatic French author and aviator disappeared over the Mediterranean Sea, one New Yorker is obsessively determined to keep Antoine de Saint-Exupéry alive.
A New York poet in search of solitude finds her secret sanctuary nestled deep inside the campus of Columbia University.
An introspective artist teaches med students and faculty to put down their scalpels and discover beauty in boxes of bones and body parts.
From an unassuming office building in Harlem, inside one man's mission to preserve Dorothy Dandridge's dispatches and other iconic heirlooms of African-American film.
For half a century, spoken-word savants have seized their roots and given a voice to the Puerto Ricans of New York.
A nonstop gabber from the Lower East Side finds bliss in sharing his seventy-two years of NYC wisdom with anyone willing to tag along.
Generations of Nuyoricans—Puerto Rican New Yorkers—have found familia in a little house on an overgrown patch of the South Bronx.
Beyond the crime-filled news reports, one local television station and its always-animated director are determined to show the world the Bronx they know and love.
He was a jovial Lower East Side gangster, wartime chemical researcher and secretive color television pioneer. An inquisitive daughter wants the full story, but this...
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