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Artist struggles to survive amid life on the street

BY CLAYTON PATTERSON | One of the greatest blessings I have received in life is connected to my archive. How fortunate and blessed I have been to have been able to document such a wide cross-section of the people, places and events, the life and heart beat of the Lower East Side, before so much read more here »

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Evan Forsch, Week of May 9, 2013
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Former DUSC player kicks it up a notch on climb to top

BY DANIEL JEAN-LUBIN  |  The moment Dugan Zier laced up his first pair of cleats for the Downtown United Soccer Club at the age of 5, he knew soccer was the sport for him. “I’m never nervous during the game. It all slows down for me and I can always think clearly,” Zier said in read more here »

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Xavier rugby rumbles its way  to the top but falls to Gonzaga

BY DANIEL JEAN-LUBIN  |  The clock wound down to zero. It had to happen eventually. The result, a 7-26 loss for Xavier High School against Gonzaga College Prep. With the loss, Xavier’s 10-game winning streak was snapped and their reign as the top-ranked rugby program in the nation came to an end. “It was an read more here »

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Evan Forsch, Week April 25, 2013
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N.Y.U. women break out broom, sweep Ithaca, 9-0, in the Bronx

BY DANIEL JEAN-LUBIN  |  New York University’s women’s tennis team notched their second consecutive win of the season, defeating the Ithaca College Bombers, 9-0, at the Stadium Tennis Center at Mill Pond, the Bronx, on Sat., April 13. The New York University Violets (3-3), 18th in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Region rankings, got read more here »

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Ira Blutreich

Weiner suddenly ‘pops up,’ to Quinn’s chagrin.

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Violets sting Yellowjackets, net 8 wins in rout in Bronx

BY DANIEL JEAN-LUBIN  |  New York University’s men’s tennis team earned its second win of the season, beating the visiting University of Rochester 8-1 at the Stadium Tennis Center on Sat., April 6. The series began with N.Y.U. (2-3) taking the doubles portion, 2-1. For the N.Y.U. Violets, Harveer Bhalla and Aaron Meltzer paired up read more here »

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