ILLUMINATING THE RICH AND VARIED LIFE OF NEW YORK CITY

 

 

 

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

Growing number of businesses offer support and free giveaways to those choosing to vaccinate

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

Regardless of impending universal eligibility, some New Yorkers strive for earlier shots

At the "Plaza de Tonatiuh" event, titled in honor of the Aztec sun god, mostly immigrant vendors took a stand

In these COVID times, we’ve missed the joy of live concerts.

A class covers several aspects of running a successful business, from financial literacy, contracting and securing funding.

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

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

The move signals economic relief for a struggling industry, but public health concerns remain strong

Most are, it seems, and the police are armed with $50 fines for those who won’t

A pair of artists turn the white stuff into giant sculptures

VaccineFinder.NYC.Gov doesn’t aggregate appointments, so New Yorkers did it themselves

A unique three-way partnership that both feeds the hungry and helps restaurateurs

How local nonprofits work with the city to bring healthy produce to the Bronx

Delays in vaccination distribution due to shortages in supply have dampened spirits.

This year’s event is more about survival than marketing

What happened to New York City when the Coronavirus came calling in March 2020.

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

Will incoming college freshmen start school in the same place they are now—at home, within the four walls of their rooms?