Caterina Clerici

Photoessay: At twilight, with a sudden surge of power, an alternate downtown universe flickers out:

The days without power had drawn on long enough that, for some, new rituals, not entirely unpleasant, were suddenly about to disappear (until the next time?)

Bio: Caterina Clerici is a journalist living in New York, and a native of Milan, Italy. She recently completed her journalism degree at Columbia University.

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Photoessay: At twilight, with a sudden surge of power, an alternate downtown universe flickers out

The days without power had drawn on long enough that, for some, new rituals, not entirely unpleasant, were suddenly about to disappear (until the next time?)

Nov. 4, 2012

 
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Life in Little Liberia, Staten Island

The neighborhood is home to the most densely populated Liberian community outside Liberia. According to the 2010 Census, the Liberian diaspora in the United States is currently around 66,000 strong.

Jun. 25, 2012

 
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For Astoria’s wary emigres, election in Greece hits close to home

Not everyone was eager to keep Greece in the euro zone. “We’re not against Europe, but against the way they’re doing things," said 58-year-old Panagiotis Kariotis, who was born in Greece. "They’re putting a bank above everyone; it’s unfair. If it’s to be the way we are now—starving—then we better get out!”

Jun. 18, 2012