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Philadelphia embraces early voting

Philadelphians are voting in record numbers.


Stakes are high for young women in the presidential election

The future looks uncertain for young women Democratic voters as election day nears.


NY People: Artist, Joyce Ziyuan Jin

Joyce Ziyuan Jin is an illustration student at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.


NY People: A Sewing Story

Amanda Seal loves to sew.

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It’s business as usual at McSorley’s Old Ale House

The Irish pub has adapted well to the Covid-19 pandemic


RBG mourned in New York City

A band played, people danced, chanted, and cheered as others left flowers and pictures of Ginsburg. 

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NYC Cafes and restaurants try and survive the pandemic

Not every business has been able to stay afloat.

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A typical afternoon at Shade Bar NYC

Due to COVID-19, the business has slowed down at Shade.

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West Village staple, Caffe Reggio, remains open for outdoor dining in the wake of coronavirus restrictions 

The neighborhood staple enters a new era as it adapts to coronavirus restrictions and stretches into the street for out-door dining; a sign that the hustle and bustle of Greenwich Village life is far from over.

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Fort Greene’s Dino adds outdoor dining to keep business flowing

Business has been steady since the reopening of the restaurant on June 22 and there have been no layoffs.