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  • New York City Cafe Serves Up a Career Lifeline

    Dylan Penalo couldn’t get a job at McDonald’s. Or Burger King, Chipotle or Subway. But a new training program at a Manhattan cafe opened the door for the 19-year-old who had never worked a day in his life.

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  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • Metro Money News | Wall Street Journal
  • New York City Is Swap Happy

    A plastic Uncle Sam hat. An infant car seat. A sticky cruet shaped like an Italian waiter. And a replica of the U.S. Constitution. These are among the ‘treasures’ New Yorkers are unearthing at city-sponsored swaps.

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  • This New York City Subway Station Gets Rave Reviews

    It’s all relative, but online critics give Manhattan’s 59th St.-Columbus Circle stop high marks for spruce conditions and an underground market where you can get a meal, a haircut or an outfit for your pooch.

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  • Heeding the Call of St. Francis in the New York Metro-Area

    The Order of Franciscan Seculars—an international fraternity of men and woman who often work, marry and raise families, but vow to follow the teachings of St. Francis of Assisi—has more than 1,250 New York metro-area members.

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  • Clock Master Keeps New York City Ticking

    Marvin Schneider, who has been tending to New York City timepieces for nearly 40 years, says each mayor has had his own quirky relationship with time.

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