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.
CBN’s Virtual Senior Center is organic, smart responses to coronavirus closings. When New York PAUSE forced the Carter Burden Network of senior centers to close, they spun into action. Virtually.
Hints of a Roosevelt Island reopening sifted to the rose in recent days. The latest? Liukoushui’s back to serving takeout from 11:00 a.m. until 10:00 at night, meaning all eating places will return by June 1st
In ways both large and small, Cornell Tech rises above the coronavirus crisis. Students and staff act, helping defeat fear. By David Stone How Cornell Tech Rises Above the Coronavirus Crisis The coronavirus crisis closed down activities on Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island Campus. Classes cancelled, construction halted… But […]
A salute to Coler Hospital and its staff roared up Roosevelt Island at noon today. Weeks of risk and hellish work rewarded with cheers and love.
While You Were Away, our Roosevelt Island April review, is for our friends and neighbors. Some confined, some isolated and some away. What did you miss?
At his daily press briefing today, May 4th, Governor Andrew Cuomo released New York reopening details. Residents eager for a return to normal got a clear roadmap, but one that’s different for ten regions.
Wear the damn mask! Especially here in New York. What on earth are you thinking? We want this city, this state reopened. Don’t blow it now.
Coronavirus Truths about Coler Hospital, obscured by crisis, cleared a little. No news is good news, but Coler’s is not so bad. Will New York media notice?
Music videos mocking Trump, a cottage industry of late, soothe with humor, relieving pains coming out of DC. But the quality surprises as much as the creative content.