Posts Tagged ‘Josh Rogers’

Ironic Hopes: Is the Lottery Ever a Smart Bet?

Written by Josh Rogers on . Posted in Opinion and Column, Opinion Our Town, Opinion West Side Spirit, Our Town, West Side Spirit

I like to gamble from time to time, but I used to be one of those people who never played the lottery. The odds are too steep, and I would often tease friends and family about it. In my old office, people would collect money to buy tickets when the jackpot got big. When someone [&hellip
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Is 6 the Charm for WTC Arts Center?

Written by NY Press on . Posted in Breaking News

By josh rogers The idea of a cultural building at the World Trade Center has at times been likened to a forgotten orphan, but the idea inched further away from fantasy and closer to reality last week when it unofficially got something its WTC brothers and sisters have always had: an address
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Talk of Occupy Pets and Politics Outside Zuccotti Park

Written by Josh Rogers on . Posted in Breaking News

Occupy Wall Street rang in 2012 with a hard bang, and the movement was still feeling the hangover two days later. Zuccotti Park remained closed Jan. 2, after nearly 70 protesters were arrested New Year’s Eve. Less than a half-dozen people were standing outside the barricades, collecting donations and conversing with well-wishers on Monday afternoon, [&hellip
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