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  • Personal Narrative: A Beautiful Place

    never noticed but New Yorkers tend to forget r’s where there are r’s either ignore it or just replace it. Like can I have “Yo Numbah” is said and not your number it might sound dumb but it 's actually something that is unconsciously done? Furthermore, I also noticed people are really polite here, they hold the door for you and say please and thank you... A lot. Not to say they don 't in New York but just not as often that I would 've noticed. Although If more people in New York were polite like…

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  • Essay On Metropolitan Museum

    repositories in the world, the celebrated Metropolitan Museum of Art has been New York City’s premier center for art and culture for well over a century now. The largest and most visited art museum in the Western Hemisphere, the museum contains more than two million artworks and artifacts spanning some 5,000 years of human history. Few people, however, really know the history of the museum and its humble beginnings as a way to remake New York City into a major hub for art and culture. Here’s a…

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  • Indian Ocean Trade Case Study

    of shipping was New York City. Prior to the formation of the Erie Canal system, New York City was not the economic giant it is today. Philadelphia served as the most profitable port and largest city in the United States during the early 1800s (Watkins). Prior to the embargo act of 1807 and the War of 1812, Philadelphia was a manufacturing and financial center for the United States. After the war, the city failed to recover its major shipping industry and other cities, like New York, began to…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Love Of Joan Didion

    My love of Joan Didion is lifelong and, like anyone does with heroes, always feels at such a distance. In fact, Didion was much closer to me than I could have imagined. For the last years of her life, I became a friend of Susan Sontag?s. I had known that Sontag was ?important? before I met her in 1989, but I had never read anything by her but her famous ?Notes on Camp,? which I confess bewildered me when I first read it as a teenager. After meeting her, I read ?On Photography? and realized…

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  • The High Line Essay

    pathway built on a portion of the former New York Central Railroad. It is located on the west side of Manhattan and extends for approximately a mile and a half long. The interesting part of the transformation of the rail line to a public walking path is that several New York citizens were the primary advocates for the drastic change. However, the arising question is why a park was chosen to replace the railroad. The transformation suggests that New York City citizens were conscious of the…

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  • Here Is New York By E. B. White Analysis

    For many years New York has been a destination for many people to visit or to live in. There are many things the city has to offer, but at times people will not fully appreciate it. New York is a place in which people can find many opportunities and have a chance for a fresh start. As a New Yorker, and living here my entire life there are some things that I will often take for granted. However, after reading E.B. White’s essay and understanding his point of view on New York and its residents, it…

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  • Annex Haunted

    Annex Haunted by Viviana Gomez An increasing interest in visit haunted places is not new, but ghostly sites are becoming so popular today that they are turning in touristic attractions in many cities of the word—and Toronto is not the exception. Moreover, some neighborhoods, filled with ghostly stories, are getting so popular that is not uncommon to run into some nocturnal tourist tour on the street. Led by an expert in paranormal history, the tours stop over old houses, abandoned buildings, or…

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  • Research Paper On Amsterdam

    TITLE Amsterdam Has So Much To Offer and Entice LEAD PARAGRAPH One of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe, Amsterdam is a hub of finance, culture, history, art and decadence. Notoriously known throughout the world for its liberal views on prostitution, drugs and general debauchery, Amsterdam is also teeming with centuries of history, galleries of unique art, creatives at the forefront of their fields and museums that are envied throughout the world. Don’t let the stereotypes of Amsterdam…

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  • Gender Stereotypes In Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window

    ‘Rear Window shows how easy it is to be deceived by appearances.’ Discuss. Hitchcock’s critically acclaimed thriller ‘Rear Window’ details the life of 1950s New York - where affluence, materialism and patriarchy were valued. The deceit that plagues the plot of the story, strips bare the constructed facades that underpin the film and as a result, highlights how easy it is to be deceived by appearances. Although innocent in nature, these facades act as the foundations for LB ‘jeff’ Jefferies’…

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  • Substance Abuse Rehabilitation And Counseling For Re-Offenders

    Palladia Parole Transition Program (PTP) - 1806-1808 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10029 / Phone: 212-348-7548 A 90 to 120-day residential treatment program for men with drug-related felony convictions. Provides substance abuse and counseling services, plus assistance in finding permanent housing. Admission is by referral through the New York State Division of Parole. Getting Out & Staying Out (GOSO)- 91 East 116th Street New York, NY 10029 / Phone: 212-831-5020 / Assists ex-offenders age 16-24…

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