New York City

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  • New York City

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    When you associate anything with New York City it is usually the extraordinary buildings that pierce the sky or the congested sidewalks with people desperate to shop in the famous stores in which celebrities dwell. Even with my short visit there I found myself lost within the Big Apple. The voices of the never-ending attractions call out and envelop you in their awe. The streets are filled with an atmosphere that is like a young child on a shopping spree in a candy store. Although your feet swelter

  • The City Of The City In The New York City

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    American cities in the 1900’s were the prime place to be. Cities were clean, industries were booming and education was a priority. “The city, not the farm, had become the locus of national experience” (Chudacoff and Smith 255). Everyone wanted to live their dreams in the city until they shortly realized the cities became overpopulated, hectic, and stressful. Streets became filled with garbage from people littering, traffic is always a problem, and there is no where to relax and enjoy yourself without

  • New York City

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    New York City Every time I hear this song it makes me long to leave all of my responsibilities and head off to the city of dreams. A trip to New York has been a dream of mine since I was a little girl. I have always wanted to visit the place of tall buildings, history, and where culture is intertwined with its people. I have wanted to live the fast pace life of a New Yorker, where I could stand outside and see, smell, and taste all of the experiences that this city has to offer. I have been

  • The Similarities And Differences Of New York City And New York City

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    Differences of New York City and Chang’an   It is interesting that two cities over 7,000 miles apart from one another, and in completely different time periods, could have so many similarities. The city of Chang’an in China during the Tang Dynasty was set up in a grid fashion similar to that of modern day New York City.  Flourishing trade was of great importance to the development of both cities, but very different political systems were used to govern each. Modern day New York City and Chang’an during

  • Homelessness In New York City

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    responsible for the rise in homelessness in New York City; due to their previous negligence in providing an immediate solution and the aggravation of the issue due to certain policies that they placed. (Thesis) According to U.S Public Health Service Act, a homeless individual is someone who lacks housing; this includes those who reside in supervised public or private facilities such as shelters. It is seen that the number of homeless people staying in New York City shelters has reached the highest levels

  • Trip to New York City

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    Trip to New York City Getting prepared and ready to explore something new is just minor compared to the actual adventure for a senior anticipating the departure of their school trip. I was a member along with 30 other classmates of the co-curricular group called Business Professionals of America, a club organized through our school. Our teachers, club officers, and all of the members had been planning and fundraising for our trip to New York City for months. The excitement grew more and more as

  • Multiculturalism In New York City

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    Multiculturalism in cities is as a result of the migration of people from different parts of the world. As a result of the ongoing globalization process, there is an increasing international migration to global cities (Robinson, 2009). Christian Joppke & Steven Lukes (1999) stated that the concept of multiculturalism is open to various interpretations. Multiculturalism can be interpreted as the tolerance of people from different ethnic, cultural and religious background in a region and the policies

  • New York City Broadway

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    Broadway in New York City is not just the name of a street; it is the theatrical arts itself. Humble beginnings initiated by hopeful immigrants evolved into the thriving art that it is today. It overcame fires, natural disasters, and economic hardships, refusing to go out with a whimper. There are happenings ranging from horrific to positively scandalous, and rules that are just strange. New York City Broadway is an American tradition that has held on for centuries, but these years have a story behind

  • A Citizen of New York City

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    A Citizen of New York City I am proud to be a citizen of New York City. I am especially proud in this time of war, when so many of our brothers, sons, nephews, and friends are off fighting for this fine country of ours. It is saddening to see the countless obituaries of not only those killed in the war, but also of those whose lives have been taken [by] this epidemic that seems to have an insatiable hunger for human lives. I, along with numerous of my fellow citizens, have become more and more

  • The Importance Of New York City

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    times how New York is a magical, wondrous, fantastical land of dreams. Many believe this statement and it is one of the main reasons why New York City is one of the most visited places in America. Countless events have happened in New York that aided its reputation as a great place to be. And New York is a great place to be, come and visit the sights and feel the pullulating streets, however, it does not seem to be a great place to stay. According to Walt Whitman’s “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry,” New York