Newsday, Sept. 9, 2002
The rooftop parking lot of the UPS service center on West Houston Street in Manhattan is convenient, accessible and free.
That’s good, because the delivery truck drivers who report there every morning spend the rest of their time fighting traffic, maneuvering around illegally parked vehicles and plucking parking tickets off their [...]Continue Reading →
Newsday, Aug. 28, 2002
On a sunny September morning, terrorists struck at the heart of New York’s financial district.
The year was 1920, and the implement was a horse-drawn wagon packed with 100 pounds of dynamite. Thirty-eight people were killed and more than 300 injured in the explosion – the worst terrorist attack on U.S. [...]Continue Reading →
Newsday, July 15, 2002
On Canal Street, they call him “Chief.”
Bob Holmes Sr. has led so many raids on Chinatown merchants who sell counterfeit purses, watches and other high-end products — an estimated 1,200 in the past decade — that most of the dealers know him by sight.
“When they see me walking down [...]Continue Reading →
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