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How I punched a Russian in the face in NYC

One Friday I went to a party in Bushwick, a neighborhood in northeast Brooklyn with factories converted...

The True History of the Children and Families Department

The Children and Families office was closed during the pandemic and low-income people could renew their applications...

Prague, Havana: Round Number

The ultimate dullness From the window of my room at the Pushkin Hotel, at 14 Husova Street, I...

Notes from a Hunt at the Ramp

I rush my daughter’s lunch so much that the fried chicken is underdone (I make it with...

Hamlet, Villa Marista and Me

I had imagined how our meeting would go. He would arrive in a car and I would...

Postcards from Miami (I)

I’m going to the Target on 36th to buy olives. Abstinence, electricity in the body. Reality reaches...

“Can We Still Be Revolutionaries?” Anna Veltfort interviewed by Ted A. Henken

In this exclusive interview with Ted Henken, New York graphic artist, blogger, and one-time habanera Anna Veltfort...

27N: Voices of a Protest

Scarcity is a constant category in any of the formulas that try to decipher Cuban reality. There...