A 24-minute documentary about a female comedienne who deconstructs the causes of the economic debacle. She invites Nobel winning economists and other experts in the financial field onstage with her to discuss the state of the US economy. Interwoven into the comedienne’s performance are the stories of three people who have experienced the financial crisis firsthand.
As military sexual trauma (MST) finally gets the attention it deserves, a woman describes the horrors she experienced in the male dominated culture of the military.
Union Square’s wheat grass guy, Stewart Borowski, explains his life as an urban farmer.
US veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan discuss their transformation from before joining the military and during enlistment, to who they have become, activists against these wars.
A 42-acre farm in NYC reaps what it sows and brings the produce to loyal customers at Union Square Green Market.
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An organic 42-acre farm in NYC strives for energy independence.
On Dobbin Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a bunch of skateboarders show how they afford their lifestyle of skating as much as possible.
Cigars hand-rolled in the old world tradition in the Bronx by men from the Dominican Republic.
On Dobbin Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a bunch of skateboarders describe the work needed to create the perfect outdoor skating spot.
A former music industry executive who used to earn $140,000 per year, describes his uphill struggle of trying to overcome drug addiction and underemployment.
A former music industry executive who used to earn $140,000 per year, describes what he now does to earn extra cash.
Domestic Workers United, a group of nannies, housekeepers and elderly caregivers, go to Albany seeking a bill of rights legislation.