Dion covers his face due to high stress of having to be a Lyft and Uber driver while being homeless. Dion feels like his passengers can sense the smell in his car and he worries about his ratings going down.
       
     
  http://nyc17.nytimes-institute.com/2017/05/31/transgender-woman-susie-hidalgo-harlem/   The minute Susie Hidalgo leaves her apartment, one of her neighbors calls out to her. “Hi, Susie,” the neighbor says. On the street in East Harlem, she asks the older women she passes for their blessing, and they give it to her — “dios te bendiga,” they reply. She goes out of her way to stop and talk with her neighbors. After all, she calls herself the Queen of El Barrio.
       
     
 Angel City Chorale welcomes dear friends from South Africa to make this special 25th anniversary truly memorable; the show will feature a powerful guest appearance from Cape Town’s Amy Foundation youth choir in the United States for their first time.