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Pandemic recovery

New York State Senator Brad Hoylman joined artists on the sidewalk in front of storied jazz club the Village Vanguard to press the case for financial relief measures aimed at helping touring musicians.
A report from Comptroller Tom DiNapoli shows the state received more from the feds than it gave back in 2020.
Recovery from storm damage continues, but much of the family-oriented science and technology institution is back in business.
For the hospitality industry, the return of international visitors is vital to its survival.
The shutdown is pretty much scrapped. But the pandemic still isn’t over.
"Broadway is the beating heart of NYC tourism and we can't wait for the day soon when our hearts will beat before a live joyful audience."
United Baptist Church, which has existed for more than a century, lost at least 20 members of its congregation to COVID-19.
Before the pandemic, Times Square would get about 300,000 pedestrians a day. In April, foot traffic was a tenth of that.
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