Nicolas Niarchos

Nicolas Niarchos freelances for various national news outlets, including The Guardian, The Observer, The Huffington Post, The Periscope Post and now, The Independent. He is currently the interviewer for the series of "IN YOUR FACE" interviews with artists and luminaries on the fashion website SHOWstudio. A 2011 graduate of Yale University and Literature major, Nick was an Arts and Living editor on the Yale Daily News, DJed on WYBC Yale Radio and served on other student publications as editor and publisher

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How the convicted nephew of a Kennedy could become an unlikely poster boy for reform of the US justice system

He's rich and well-connected. But Michael Skakel's case deserves close examination

New York City housing: Is this the issue that will win the mayoral race for Bill de Blasio?

Rents are sky-high, while homelessness is back at Great Depression levels

On the streets of the Bronx, they favour Obama. But not with the passion they had four years ago

Speaking to voters from the poorest part of New York, our writer encounters affection and respect for the President but huge, lingering concern about job prospects

As America goes to the polls, across New York the impact of Hurricane Sandy is still very deeply felt

Our writer on the East Coast speaks to locals angry at the lack of help they have received, stoic as they rebuild their lives - and braced for more hurricanes soon

Hurricane Sandy: Uptown, they described it as 'mostly hype' - but then came flying metal and flooded streets

In his second dispatch from New York, our correspondent describes the changing mood as Hurricane Sandy batters the East Coast of America

Panic buying, happy retailers, and whispers about the great storm of 1938... how Hurricane Sandy is terrifying the East Coast of America

In a brilliant dispatch from New York, our correspondent describes fear on the streets

Forget the economic crisis, we're the happiest nation in Europe

The weather may be terrible and the economy falling to pieces, but a new study claims we are the happiest nation in Europe.

The statue of Herakles, which has only been loaned outside of the United Kingdom since its acquisition in 1805, will be sent to the De La Warr Pavillion in Bexhill, East Sussex this summer for a series of exhibitions about the Olympics.

British Museum to loan out valuable treasures to sites around the country in 'Spotlight Tours' plan

The British Museum is set to loan out valuable treasures, including a Roman bronze of Herakles, to sites around the country as part of what it has dubbed the “Spotlight Tours” to bring them to as many people as possible. This is expected to pave the way to more local partnerships with major galleries and museums.

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