As the pandemic rolls on, universities, biotech companies and pharmaceutical giants around the world are racing to find a coronavirus vaccine. Taking a vaccine from concept to delivery is process that usually takes many years, sometimes over a decade, but scientists are hopeful they can develop and distribute a coronavirus vaccine in two years or […]
The pandemic has wreaked havoc on the economy, leaving millions of Americans out of a job.
One of the first artworks visitors encounter at a new exhibit at the Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, in Midtown, is a sculpture made of twisted bed sheets by Brazilian artist Igor Vidor. They are tied together and hang from the ceiling, forming a makeshift rope of the kind prisoners use to escape in old […]
When Creig Robinson went to prison for robbery in 2005, most Americans still relied on dial-up connections for their internet. The iPhone would not be released for another two years and Facebook was a hot new start up with six million users. Eleven years later, when Robinson came out, he felt like he was […]
The City Council’s zoning committee voted unanimously Wednesday against a proposal that would have massively expanded Lenox Terrace, a famed Harlem apartment complex. The vote came as a victory for tenants and community members, who have been fighting the rezoning ever since it entered the city’s public review process last August. “This is a really […]