Kay Bell:: Raise a glass to today's tax-influenced anniversary of Prohibition's repeal: Thirsty New Yorkers celebrate Prohibition Repeal Day at a local, again legal, bar. Image from Las Vegas' National Museum of Organized Crime… @taxtweet #Tax #Prep #IRS
The big secret is that New Yorkers are some of the friendliest people around.
Yet another industry is being impacted by supply chain issues — and this one hits particularly close to home for New Yorkers.
Empty bike stations and full bike return docks: The largest bike-sharing program in the country is struggling to meet demand as more New Yorkers travel by bike.
“Experts recommend sticking to your daily routine even when working from home” New Yorkers and Londoners:
In this pandemic, the wealthiest 113 New Yorkers have over $500,000,000,000 (more than a half trillion). Meanwhile, more than 2 million New Yorkers are waiting in line at food banks for up to 6 hours in order to feed their families. This is the stuff revolutions are made of.
I wish I could promise New Yorkers this will be over soon. I can't. Here's what I can promise. I will continue to give you the facts and I will make decisions based on science and data. New Yorkers deserve nothing less.
We are not willing to sacrifice 1-2% of New Yorkers. That’s not who we are. We will fight to save every life we can. I am not giving up.