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Battling to Keep the City Fed

Battling to Keep the City Fed

How one Brooklyn soup kitchen is fighting to feed those in need…

Stuck Apart?

Stuck Apart?

How does it feel to social distance separately from your partner?…

Contact Tracing: A Double Edged Sword

Contact Tracing: A Double Edged Sword

What will post-coronavirus contact tracing look like in New York City?…

Photo Series: Midtown Manhattan, Mid-Quarantine, is Empty

Photo Series: Midtown Manhattan, Mid-Quarantine, is Empty

Forty-five days into New York City's shelter-in-place protocol, Midtown West is like a ghost town.…

“I Do,” on Screen

“I Do,” on Screen

How a Manhattan couple got married online.…

ReFashion, Explained

ReFashion, Explained

Fashion combatting fashion: a glimpse into New York City’s growing demand for sustainable clothing.…

On the Frontlines: Special Deliveries

On the Frontlines: Special Deliveries

A married couple in Flushing helps their local food pantry reach seniors and the disabled…

A 3D Printing Army Gearing Up to Help Healthcare Workers

A 3D Printing Army Gearing Up to Help Healthcare Workers

Students make personal protective equipment for medical professionals.…

On the Frontlines: “These Patients are Alone”

On the Frontlines: “These Patients are Alone”

For internal medicine doctors, the battle against Covid-19 is a long, taxing, and mysterious experience. …

The COVID-19 Economy

The COVID-19 Economy

The pandemic has wreaked havoc on the economy, leaving millions of Americans out of a job. …

How Far Will $1,200 Go in New York City?

How Far Will $1,200 Go in New York City?

The government passed the largest stimulus bill in American history, but individual checks may come up short…

Resilience & Remembrance: Lessons from the Holocaust

Resilience & Remembrance: Lessons from the Holocaust

"People are resilient, people adapt, and people cope. History has shown us that." …

The Dog Days Aren’t Over

The Dog Days Aren’t Over

NYC dogs and their owners are impatiently waiting for the day they can run free …

Turning Trash into Treasure

Turning Trash into Treasure

An NYC leather artisan is using plastic waste to create tote bags.…

On the Frontlines: Overworked and Underpaid

On the Frontlines: Overworked and Underpaid

New York City EMS responders battle COVID-19 despite pay disparities.…

On the Frontlines:  The Spanakopita Samaritan

On the Frontlines: The Spanakopita Samaritan

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, restaurants in New York City are repurposing their kitchens to feed hospital workers on the frontlines…

On the Frontlines: Stir-Fry Meals on Wheels

On the Frontlines: Stir-Fry Meals on Wheels

Volunteers deliver hot meals to homebound seniors during the coronavirus pandemic.…

On the Frontlines: Feeding a Community in Crisis

On the Frontlines: Feeding a Community in Crisis

A Flushing food pantry scrambles to feed thousands of neighbors suddenly out of work.…

A Scarce Commodity

A Scarce Commodity

To help fill demand spurred by COVID-19, some distilleries in New York are now producing sanitizers.…

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Slow Special Election Day in Far Rockaway, Queens

Slow Special Election Day in Far Rockaway, Queens

Some dedicated voters turned out to fill Borough President Donovan Richards’ seat on the City Council…

A Promise of Relief for Restaurants

A Promise of Relief for Restaurants

Senator Schumer details a $25 billion bill to help eateries in New York and across the nation…

City Council, NYPD Spar Over Police Reform Plan

City Council, NYPD Spar Over Police Reform Plan

New York City council members and senior police officials argued Tuesday in a virtual meeting over a dozen bills intended…

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Garbage Mountains are Driving Some Bronx Residents Crazy

Garbage Mountains are Driving Some Bronx Residents Crazy

Trash piles up on traffic island and sidewalks at Soundview Houses, prompting complaints…

Fighting Food Deserts in a Pandemic

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Brooklyn Democratic Leader Resigns Ahead of NYC Mayoral Debate

Brooklyn Democratic Leader Resigns Ahead of NYC Mayoral Debate

A Brooklyn Democratic leader resigned from her position Thursday evening after offensive comments she made about…

On the Frontlines: The Virtual Teaching Experience

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A Bittersweet Farewell for Godiva

A Bittersweet Farewell for Godiva

Owners are shutting down the company’s brick and mortar stores in North America, including New York City…

Businesses in New York’s Chinatowns Brace for another Slow Lunar New Year