Peter Duffy

 

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  • 5 days ago | New Yorkers

    On a recent morning at New York's smallest soup kitchen, volunteers — or Catholic Workers, as they are known here on the ground floor of St. Joseph House in the East Village — served coffee, soup, and bread to a hundred or so hard-luck New Yorkers...

  • 9 years ago

    If you know where to look as you travel through Jersey City, you can spot the institutions of one of the most vital Kenyan communities in the United States. There's the Mallory Coffee Shop, where Kenyans can order ugali, an oatmeal-like dish, with...

  • 9 years ago

    January 9, 2008 Joe Biden: A Poem While Hillary conjures tears, Obama delivers feel-special sermons, and Edwards pretends he's tough, Joe Biden goes home*, having received 628 New Hampshire votes**. But let it be known: The verbose man from Delawa...

  • 12 years ago

    Owe no man any thing. Romans 13:8 Don't worry about the loans. I'm doing good, Dad, and it's gonna stay that way. Bud Fox [Charlie Sheen] in Oliver Stone's Wall Street. For me, it was all about easy money. When I started college, I needed and want...

  • 14 years ago

    Few deserve a more fearsome reputation than Igor Zinoviev, a 36-year-old Russian with a military-issue crew cut and a body that most closely resembles a cinder block. He's a Soviet-trained expert in several martial arts, a former Red Army commando...

  • 14 years ago

    In a batting cage deep in the bowels of Yankee Stadium, John Rodriguez is lashing line drive after line drive as the sounds of hip-hop blare throughout the room. Over the din, the man throwing batting practice, a scout who signed Rodriguez to a mi...

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