Coronavirus

COVID Hits Houses of Worship from Many Angles

COVID Hits Houses of Worship from Many Angles

The pandemic has left houses of worship empty and virtual services test parishioners' faith and churches' sustainability

For the Disabled, Getting Vaccinated Can Be an Obstacle Course

For the Disabled, Getting Vaccinated Can Be an Obstacle Course

New York City’s vaccine rollout makes an effort, but sometimes falls short of meeting the needs of people with disabilities

Music is in the Air!

Music is in the Air!

NYC High Schools are Reopening— and Not Everyone is Happy About It

NYC High Schools are Reopening— and Not Everyone is Happy About It

Some argue that a return to the classroom is still too risky and complicated

Teen Artists Explore What “Home” Means

Teen Artists Explore What “Home” Means

High school students curate an exhibit in the Bronx Museum, focusing on the positive aspects of their communities

As Vaccine Appointments Are Abruptly Rescheduled, Hope Wanes

As Vaccine Appointments Are Abruptly Rescheduled, Hope Wanes

Due to her high-risk status for COVID-19, Donna Hartz, 66, of Rego Park, Queens, has adapted to only leaving her house for doctor’s appointments concerning her rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, Sjogren’s disease, diabetes, and small fiber neuropathy, among other autoimmune disease. “I’ve been in the house almost a year,” said Hartz, who tried registering to get […]

Things Fall Apart

Things Fall Apart

In February, whispers of a deadly virus began to intensify. By March, the whispers had become a crescendo, the only thing anyone could hear. Coronavirus infiltrated the city and suddenly, within days, New York became the nation’s epicenter of the viral pandemic. Emergency tents popped up in Central Park, a Navy hospital ship docked at […]

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