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To try to help accelerate the neighborhood's recovery, and embrace more pedestrian space for locals and tourists alike, one local BID has put forth a plan reimagining how the area can thrive in the coming years.
"We will have more to say on this soon," a spokesperson for Hochul wrote in an email to WNYC/Gothamist. "No decision has been made at this time."
A Brooklyn bar that specializes in craft beer and plays vinyl records got just $1,435 in federal restaurant aid.
Those outdoor sheds and sidewalk cafés are either popular or a nuisance, depending on whom you ask. But some neighborhoods can’t make them work at all.
The city says it’ll spend the next month helping owners acclimate to the new requirement, which could ensure many — but not all — indoor patrons are vaccinated against COVID.
Restaurants and bars face myriad challenges as they try to staff back up amid recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
After suffering staggering losses during the pandemic, some restaurant and bar owners say they see a road to recovery.
The arts industry in NYC saw "the largest decline in the city’s economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as employment declined by 66 percent over a one year period."
Lat was diagnosed early on during the pandemic, spent 6 days on a ventilator, and made national headlines as he documented his journey.
If somebody shows up in a FEMA jacket or shirt don't think that is proof of employment–check their ID badge!
One analyst says, "All those good job numbers were real, after all."
Doctors say several of the spasming teens are showing signs of recovery: "The media focus, the questions on whether it is environmental or toxins, all that adds confusion, anxiety and difficulty," said Dr. Laszlo Mechtler.
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