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EAST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN

In a neighborhood known as a hub for immigrants, artists & activists, five long-time residents take us on a walk through time & space to tell us their East Village story.

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SUNSET PARK, BROOKLYN

Small business owners, a baker and a community activist share what makes Sunset Park, a vibrant immigrant community, so special. 

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FLUSHING, QUEENS

Longtime residents show us what life is like in Flushing, Queens, one of the most diverse neighborhoods in New York City.

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SUGAR HILL, MANHATTAN

Four longtime residents tell stories about their neighborhood – one that holds a special place in African American history & culture.

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UPPER-UPPER WEST SIDE

A writer, a baker, an entrepreneur & an educator tell stories about a neighborhood that has seen a lot of change, but always maintained its creative spirit.

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CROWN HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN

Longtime residents – a barber, fishmonger, educator & activist – share their love for this diverse and resilient Brooklyn neighborhood.

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Mini #13: THE GIGLIO FEAST

Every July since 1903, the streets of Williamsburg are home to the Giglio Feast; a rare constant in this rapidly evolving Brooklyn neighborhood. Sonny Mangone grew up with the Feast and explains what it takes to make a 4-ton statue ‘dance.’

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JACKSON HEIGHTS, QUEENS

Small business owners, an immigration attorney and a beloved jokester show you around the most diverse neighborhood of ‘The World’s Borough.’