Posts Tagged ‘earthquake’

Artful Fundraiser

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During the summer of 2007, Upper West Sider Omri Bloch returned from the second of two six-month trips around the world. His itinerary included developing countries like Cambodia, Malawi and Zambia, an experience he said was both interesting and moving. That fall, he combined lessons from his travels with a budding interest in photography to [&hellip
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Voices From Haiti

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The Haitian Times, a community newspaper based in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn, has been on the ground covering the earthquake in Haiti for several days now. As fellow members of the New York Press Association, Our Town and West Side Spirit are posting some of the work that Haitian Times publisher Garry Pierre-Pierre and colleagues [&hellip
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Natural and Unnatural Disasters

Written by admin on . Posted in Dewing Things Better, On Topic OTDT, Opinion and Column

Yes, earthquake prediction and preparedness are most on this columnist’s mind, but first some tips to prevent and cope with all too commonplace home fires. These are courtesy of a guest speaker, one of New York’s Bravest, who attended the January meeting of the East 79th Street Neighborhood Association. We all need reminding to replace [&hellip
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