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Graffiti Defaces Symbol of Polish Greenpoint

Graffiti Defaces Symbol of Polish Greenpoint

Some see the recent vandalism of an iconic Polish flag on a water tower as an attack on the Polish residents of the changing Brooklyn neighborhood, reports Nowy Dziennik.

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Bolstering Bronx Culture with Help of Big Names

Bolstering Bronx Culture with Help of Big Names

By bringing major acts to the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx, Eva Bornstein looks to draw visitors and dismantle stereotypes of the borough, reports Norwood News.

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Honking for Ukraine on NYC Streets

Honking for Ukraine on NYC Streets

Watch video of supporters carrying their message around the city.

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Polish Americans Support Families of Ukrainian Protestors

Polish Americans Support Families of Ukrainian Protestors

The Pulaski Association of Business and Professional Men is supporting the families of two men who died in recent protests in Kiev, Nowy Dziennik reports.

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Crisis in Ukraine Grips Immigrants, Divides Facebook Friends

Crisis in Ukraine Grips Immigrants, Divides Facebook Friends

As Russia signals it may annex Crimea, Brighton Beach residents privately ponder Ukraine’s future.

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Ukrainians Emotional After Whirlwind of Events Back Home

Ukrainians Emotional After Whirlwind of Events Back Home

Protests in NY have turned into celebrations, along with mourning for the deceased.

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Ukrainians in NY Passionately Support Protests

Ukrainians in NY Passionately Support Protests

From raising money to attending protests, young and old alike support the opposition in Ukraine.

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Polish-owned Construction Businesses Suffer in Harsh Winter

Polish-owned Construction Businesses Suffer in Harsh Winter

Repeated snowfalls and cold weather this winter have hampered construction, affecting Polish-owned businesses and Polish workers in the New York area, reports Nowy Dziennik.

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COJECO: Bringing Russian and US Jews Together

COJECO: Bringing Russian and US Jews Together

The nonprofit helps integrate Russian Jews into the U.S. and supports numerous innovative programs, reports Russkaya Reklama.

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Ukrainian Protests Get a Local Hearing

Ukrainian Protests Get a Local Hearing

A group of activists is raising money to support Ukrainians injured in recent anti-government protests, The Villager reports.

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Siberian Dance Company Returns to NY

Siberian Dance Company Returns to NY

In an interview with Russian Bazaar, the director of the Krasnoyarsk National Dance Group of Siberia, soon to appear in New York, explains how the folklore ensemble keeps its work fresh.

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