A New York City curfew, expanded from 8:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m., is in force. Looting broke out ahead of the 11:00 p.m curfew on Monday, but violence lessened on Tuesday.
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’s truths, deaths ascending past 172,000, at over 1,000 per day, are as brutal as they are plain and simple. Our leaders failed us, and it got worse than we 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 lights.
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.