Weekly Pics – Neighbors

This week, we made friends with our neighbors.

 

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Garrett Miller chats with his roommate Spencer Hanvik at 2am in McCarren Park on October 8, 2016. They met in Arizona and formed the band called Confetti Armor. Photo by Mengwen Cao
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Spencer Hanvik and Moth Dust says goodbye after a house warming party in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY on October 9, 2016. Photo by Mengwen Cao
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Juggler and school teacher Josh Weiner practices juggling in Columbus Park on Monday, Oct. 3, 2016 in New York. Photo by Jhila Farzaneh
Photo by Anna Haines
Photo by Anna Haines
Photo by Anna Haines
Photo by Anna Haines
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October 07, 2016 – Pompton Lakes, New Jersey: Beth Goobic (40) prepares her son Crosby (3) for day care. Beth is a full time mom, wife, and ceramic artist who struggles balancing her creative life with her family life. Photograph by Todd R Darling
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October 07, 2016 – Pompton Lakes, New Jersey: Beth Goobic (40) and Dan Goobic (48) with their two sons Crosby (3, right) and Gustavo (8, left) collect the pottery she made that day. Beth is a full time mom, wife, and ceramic artist who struggles balancing her creative life with her family life. Photograph by Todd R Darling
George
George standing in his living room on 111st between Amsterdam and Broadway. He lives with his sister and two nephews. All 3 of his family members are unemployed. George collects 600 $ a month from social security. Photo by Geraldine Hope Ghelli
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George lives with his sister and two nephews. All 3 of his family members are unemployed. George collects 600 $ a month from social security. Photo by Geraldine Hope Ghelli
Photo by Yifan Huang
Photo by Yifan Huang
Photo by Yifan Huang
Photo by Yifan Huang
A Day with Christopher
On Thursday morning, Chris reaches for his riffle, stored in the corner of his bedroom under a photo he took while serving in Afghanistan. Photo by Monica Jorge
A Day with Christopher
Chris stores several guns in his bedroom. He sleeps with one loaded under his pillow and takes it out briefly to look at before bed on Wednesday night. Photo by Monica Jorge
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October 9, 2016 – Paul Taylor Dance Studios, Manhattan, NYC, United States of America – Taylor 2 Dance Company perform “Runes” choreographed by Paul Taylor. Photo by Nastassia Kantorowicz Torres
Photo by Laura Trainor
Photo by Laura Trainor
Photo by Laura Trainor
Photo by Laura Trainor
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September 29, 2016 – New York, USA: A day in the life of a neighbor. Evening reading of the Wall Street Journal. Photo by Louise Pedno
An Ukulele Affair
Mr. Ken Bari Murray, a famous Ukulele musician, can be seen in his comfort zone, at his Uke hut on October 3rd, 2016 at Astoria NY. He used to conduct Ukulele musical workshop, a week event for many years at New York Ukulele festival. Two years back he thought of starting his own shop and learning institution at Uke Hut in Astoria. After traumatic shock of loss of his wife 15 years ago, he started to play Ukulele, which he had acquired on one of his many trips together to Hawaii. Most of the Ukulele are handmade and been exported from countries like China, Indonesia and Thailand. He says music is a language of its own and he continues to speak that language as much as he can. Photo by Mandar Parab ANDAR PARAB
A Day in the Life of a Daymenon Dolla$
A day in the life of Daymenon Dolla$, a Cornelia Street local of Bushwick. Up until October, Daymenon had spent 3 years unemployed, back and forth between Trinidad and New York, using his brother-in-law as his sole support mechanism. HIs weekends consist of drinking beer on his front porch from 11am, walking to the corner store to re-stock and occasionally bumping into friends. Photo by Vanessa Ritchie
A Day in the Life of a Neighbour
A day in the life of Daymenon Dolla$, a Cornelia Street local of Bushwick. Up until October, Daymenon had spent 3 years unemployed, back and forth between Trinidad and New York, using his brother-in-law as his sole support mechanism. HIs weekends consist of drinking beer on his front porch from 11am, walking to the corner store to re-stock and occasionally bumping into friends. Photo by Vanessa Ritchie
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Herb Glaser, a third generation baker at Glaser’s Bake Shop on the Upper East Side, answers the phone at the 114-year-old establishment, October 7, 2016. Photo by Meghan White.
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Herb Glaser of Glaser’s Bake Shop on the Upper East Side pauses in his apartment after walking his dog Pepper. Glaser has lived in the apartment above his bakery since he was born. October 7, 2016. Photo by Meghan White

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