Central Park, April 25th, 2020, a day one month into New York PAUSE, the coronavirus shutdown, blossomed. It was like spring defying the darkness.
Coler Hospital’s caught in a coronavirus crossfire as careless media scrambles after attention, shading lifesaving heroics as the story unfolds.
For a Roosevelt Island photo essay, Tad Sudol reacted to a community on Pause by hauling out his camera and artist’s eye, recording favorite views.
Thank you, Roosevelt Island, for caring, for your willingness to adapt, to care for others. And for being so strong in crisis.
Roosevelt Island, April, 2020, a visual gift for our friends isolated at home or away in the first week of the coronavirus shutdown.
Cornell Tech battles COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, wisely and creatively on multiple fronts. Here’s how.
Suraj Patel, an attorney and instructor at NYU, tested positive for COVID-19 in the midst of his campaign to unseat Carolyn Maloney in New York Congressional District 12. This is his story and reflections on the experience. By Suraj Patel In the interest of transparency and accountability, I […]
We have a leadership, not a coronavirus crisis. Viruses are everywhere, all the time. Some turn lethal. Why weren’t we ready for this one? Or agile in response? We had years of warning.
What are we now, Roosevelt Island? Through the lens of Covid-19, the question takes shape. When normal’s stripped back to essentials, who and what are we?
New York’s coronavirus turmoil zoomed into hyperspace. Mayor Bill de Blasio closed public schools and hit restaurants, reversing positions held a day before. Guess why.