New York Post
a Tips for Jesusa hits New York on charity spree
The big-spending, big-hearted diner who signs his restaurant checks "Tips for Jesus" has hit Manhattan after giving thousands of dollars to waiters in a cross-country tipping spree.
Inter Press Service
Ending AIDS in the City Where It Began
Sandwiched between the banal hustle of Penn Station and the outer reaches of Manhattan's once gritty waterfront, the corner of 31st street buttresses the north end of Chelsea, New York's historically gay neighbourhood, where AIDS activism began over 30 years ago but today new glass condos price out long-time residents.
Japanese World War II forced prostitution and art
The phrase " comfort women " is a controversial term that refers to approximately 200,000 women who were recruited as prostitutes by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.
Apollo's Black Makes Top 10 Art Power List Led by Koons
Leon Black , the billionaire co-founder of private-equity firm Apollo Global Management LLC , made Art & Auction magazine's list of the 10 most powerful art world participants for the first time.
New York Post
Taxi driver/minister listens to confessions of riders
Yellow-taxi driver Joseph Djan, 52, may seem like an ordinary hack, but he's also an evangelical pastor from Brooklyn, offering a bit of salvation along with a lift to his passengers.