A foggy NYC skyline is photographer Piaskowski’s pallet and muse. Pictures find the ordinary at play with the ephemeral in a series taken during the pandemic.
When New York reopens on June 8th, at least 200,000 people go back to work, but the symbolism is even greater. A restart and a rebirth as what?
America, let’s face mask. Come on. We’re a smart country, aren’t we? We make mistakes, but we learn from them, right? Let’s beat this thing together.
American COVID-19 truth, as deaths soar past 115,000 at a 1,000 per day clip, is plain and simple. Our leaders failed us, and it’s worse than anyone imagined.
Venice Italy street photography takes a different turn because you’re looking at a city of canals and bridges. A street might be all water or an alley without parking meters or traffic […]
Get out, New York City. The weather’s perfect, most days, and if you follow the rules, you’re safe from COVID-19 and the coronavirus.
Coler Hospital nurses’ stories, gathered from front line tales of the struggle to saves lives threatened by COVID-19, offer multi-hued versions of courage.
The RIOC Sucks Petition hit my inbox early yesterday morning. I appreciate that the subject line made me laugh, but inside, the details lacked humor, facts and insight.
Midtown Manhattan coronavirus views presents a random selection from a once rambunctious area, now caught in a kind of shock, on a warm spring afternoon.
Cornell Tech 2020 Startup Awards Press Release: Four student companies receive co-working space and $100,000 in pre-seed funding to pursue their startups after graduation