People from New York City

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  • The Importance Of High Crime Rates In New York City

    Many people around the city of York and other cities throughout America are fearful to live and step within an inch of the city. Why are these people so afraid to be around York city in particular? It is not that the city of York has little entertainment, restaurants, markets or small businesses around to stimulate its population and visitors, but the issues that York city faces. Sadly, there are multiple factors that play a significant role in why so many people are afraid to live in York city.…

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  • Why I Want To Visit New York City

    visited New York, I was going to see “Cabaret” on broadway. I had recently become obsessed with the broadway actor, Alan Cumming, and I couldn 't miss the opportunity to see him live. I ended up falling deeply in love with the city, and I knew it would be my future home. My father and I navigated the city trying to find all the major sites. On our way to Rockefeller, Studio 54, and everywhere between, I was able to observe the people of New York City. New York is filled with people from all…

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  • Descriptive Essay About New York City

    Blinding lights. Towering buildings. Eccentric performers. New York City has become a place known for making dreams come true. New York City fills people with joy despite the hustling of the city’s anti-social inhabitants the gut-wrenching smell of hot dogs and smoke, and the boring view of towering concrete buildings. People scurry like ants through the maze of streets attempting to make it to their subway train on time. Hundreds of people fill the streets, creating a wall that is nearly…

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  • Storm Recovery: Housing Recovery

    INTRODUCTION The Storm Municipal governments ranging from the national level to the local all share the common goal of wanting to help provide their citizens with a good, stable, and safe life. The notion of the American Dream entices new citizens to come to the United States and acts as the anchor keeping current citizens in place. Throughout history great states like New York, attracted millions of immigrants seeking to build a new life. As the population swelled in the United States,…

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  • Ethical Issues In Nail Salons

    Introduction Painting nails are very popular everywhere in the last few decades. There are many professional manicurists. In the New York City, numerous nail salons which are run by foreigners exist, especially Asian are managing including immigrants. There are two articles about the reality of the nail salons in New York City and these article show that many issues that a government or society are supposed to make strategies for improvements. Summary Sarah, M.N. (2015) states that there are…

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  • Five Points Research Paper

    Pond was located just north of today’s City Hall. This pond was the root of spring water for Dutch inhabitants of downtown Manhattan. In the neighborhood of Collect Pond, people began disposing waste in the pond from the tanneries and slaughterhouses that consumed the neighborhood which gave the pond and surrounding areas a filthy stench. Because of this mess, it was decided to fill in all 48 acres of this…

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  • Descriptive Writing About A Restaurant

    was filled with the melody of car horns, voices and footsteps. Authentic New York style pizza was something I had always wanted to try. Across from Penn Station was this little, uncrowded restaurant that served some very addicting garlic knots. It was impossible to just eat one. The pizza comes in large, thin slices which had just the right amounts of sauce and cheese. It was a perfect meal to welcome me to the city. From the restaurant, my family and I took cabs to the American Museum of…

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  • How Did The Wall Street Bombing Affect Our Society

    1920, a bomb exploded along Wall Street, executing 38 individuals and left many harmed. The Wall Street Bombing was the most bad fear in the United States until the Oklahoma City assault in 1995 and the 9/11 assaults on the World Trade Center. The bomb's objective was to be the House of Morgan, which was a block over the road from where the explosive had been left out. The Wall Street Bombing is a case of treachery for the Americans that died and injured because of the level of the atrocity and…

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  • Dementia Case Studies

    Dementia Dementia Overview Dementia is a term used to define a category of brain diseases that involve a long-term, generally fatal and gradual decrease in a person’s ability to think and function in their daily life, with memory loss being a common symptom (Alzheimer’s Assoication, 2014). The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, which makes up around 60% of cases, with vascular dementia (25%) and Lewy body dementia (15%) also being prominent causes of symptoms (Alzheimer’s…

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  • Children In New York Classroom: Neighborhood Analysis

    in depth in studying my neighborhood from the beginning of the Children in New York Class and I can definitely say that I have learn a lot about my neighborhood that I didn’t have no knowledge about. The fact that Brownsville is known as one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Brooklyn and I have been living here for so many years and wasn’t aware of that. My perspective sure did change, due to the fact that there is such a high percentage of 23.4% of people living under the poverty line…

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