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"At this point we’re willing to sit through pretty much anything." After spending an entire year a home, some moviegoers are looking forward to returning to the big screens this Friday.
Two-and-a-half months into the city’s vaccine campaign, there’s still no program for getting shots to people who can’t leave their homes. The newly authorized Johnson & Johnson vaccine could soon change that.
Despite dwindling membership, political club leaders have been quick to adapt to the virtual times. As a result, many clubs are getting candidates to participate in lengthy Zoom Q&A sessions, and in the process, playing a prominent role in the election.
State officials announced this week that arts and entertainment venues in NYC can begin reopening at 33% capacity on April 2nd, with an indoor max of 100-150 attendees. But that doesn't mean every place feels equipped to reopen yet.
“The very people who fought to get this legislation passed are currently being excluded,” said attorney Gregg Zeff, an attorney with the state NAACP. “Who better to regulate this industry than individuals involved in the social injustice related to it?”
Massive anti-Trump rally in Union Square. You can hear the crowd chanting "black lives matter."
You're not imagining it: that really was a humpback whale swimming up and down the Hudson River.
We are devastated to share the news that our beloved colleague Richard Hake has died.