Not playing by the rules
“Chess is the only outlet I got,
New York City gears up for Christmas despite new variant fears
With the holiday season already in full swing, city officials anticipate many tourists will be visiting the city, despite Covid’s new variant, Omicron.
Low turnout, as usual, expected for NYC upcoming local election
Now, a new election cycle is quickly approaching and once again New Yorkers don't seem very interested in choosing who will run their city.
MTA works on improvements after Hurricane Ida flooding
Over 20 subway lines were suspended due to the flood left in Ida’s wake.
Black Lives Matter rallies to “cancel” Carmine’s after arrest of three black women over vaccine mandates
Carmine’s released a statement denying the incident had anything to do with racism.
Immune compromised city teachers face uncertainty as pandemic rages on
“I want to be there for my students, I want to be there for me, for my family, for my colleagues. But it is not safe.”
New York business owner struggles during pandemic amid city regulations and mandates
Now, restaurants are required to ask for vaccination cards along with a valid form of identification from every customer looking to dine in.