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Showcase Finale: Junior’s Restaurant and Cheesecake: A legacy Preserved

February 16, 2012


For over 50 years Junior’s restaurant and cheesecake has brought smiles to the faces of many Brooklynites and New Yorkers. The family owned business has served more than three generations, but with the economic crisis and new found health consciousness of Americans how will this longtime favorite for sweet delectable’s preserve its legacy.  I will […]

What do we want? “LOWER TUITION!” When do we want it? NOW!

October 27, 2011


As the economic crisis expands, many young people and working class citizens are starting to feel the pressures of higher tuition cost. Parents who struggle to pay for their children’s education, joined with independent students, who work at least two jobs to support themselves,  nationwide to combat against the burden of  tuition hikes. The frustrations of how […]