TALE OF ONE CITY
A $238 Million ‘Billionaire’s Bunker’ and 140 Homeless Men
A Japanese Cinematic Masterpiece
‘Shoplifters,’ the latest offering from acclaimed filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda, is as stunningly devastating as any film you’ll see this year.
When Homeless Kids Can’t See the Doctor, This Group Steps In
Home visits are upping the chances that the most vulnerable kids have a fighting chance at school—and at life.
(NON) CONCRETE SOLUTIONS
Can 3D Printed Homes Solve the Urban Housing Crisis?
One company is pioneering a method to 3D print homes out of concrete that will reduce their waste and energy consumption, as well as their cost, by significant margins.
AT A CROSSROADS
The Public Health Crisis Facing Homeless Children
Homeless high school kids are twice as likely to be emotionally distressed, have suicidal ideation, and attempt suicide than their peers who do have houses.
Jerry Lewis and the Homeless Daughter He Cruelly Ignored
The legendary late comedian had his audiences in stitches. He was also, if several of his children are to be believed, a cold-hearted, distant father—if he acknowledged you at all.
‘The Honest Goal’
Bill de Blasio’s Big Homelessness Problem
It’s a problem that speaks to the mayor’s management, and to the general sense of life in the city, which the mayor’s election-year opponents are seizing upon.
Homeless Man Describes Helping Victims of Manchester Attack
In an interview, Stephen Jones describes what happened the night of the terror attack.