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Daily Archives: August 29, 2016
Movie Review: Oscar nominated “Redemption” captures the despair, hope and social usefulness of “canning”
They’ve been a familiar sight on the streets of New York, increasingly familiar in hard times, rarer when restaurants, factories and other employers are hiring. “Canners” collect cans and bottles for New York State’s five cent redemption fee, piecing together … Continue reading