Humans Of City FurnitureCategory
Sit down with Brenda Pagliaro for even a minute, and chances are you’ll be inspired to do a good deed. That’s the kind of impact the City ..
During Felix Hermida’s days as a competitive clay shooter, he knew that one miss could lose the game—and that one second could make all th..
Luanne Bryant’s winning strategy is that you don’t have to play your best—you just have to play better than the opponent. And it seems to ..
Fredy Rojas is an example of how perseverance, hope, and support can make any dream possible. Growing up in Colombia, Fredy knew that in o..
From the ages of 10 to 18, Llunaily Hernandez’s life was in a three-ring circus as a hairialist, a hair-hanging acrobat. A simple steel pu..
Daimion Peppers had a life-changing moment on the top level of Mt. Fuji. He was in Japan visiting his brother, and along with his younger sister, the trio set out to hike the famed mountain. The tour guide warned them to stop walking when the clouds passed through, since the elevation would make it nearly impossible to see. But as the first cloud arrived, the adventurous Daimion pressed on, and quickly got separated from his family.
Julie Anderson broke the first rule of fight club – she talked about it. As an MMA fighter for nearly seven years, Julie was never scared ..
Born in Nicaragua and a US citizen at 17, Merchandise Planner John Williams made the ultimate pledge of patriotism—he joined the military. He enlisted his senior year of high school, just months after 9/11. Choosing the Navy because it offered positions as a firefighter, he signed the papers in less than a week, and after graduation he was on his way to boot camp in Illinois.
Doreen Koenig left her legacy as a lifelong philanthropist. The late wife to President Keith Koenig, Doreen was best known for making her ..