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Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

The show goes on

The theatre industry creates approximately $13 billion dollars of tax revenue for the city of New York.

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Life with Alopecia

At 4 years old, my hair started to fall out in big clumps and my parents didn’t know what was wrong, so they took me to see a doctor.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Loyal members help keep independent cinemas afloat

Although uncertainty continues, New York City’s remaining independent cinemas are hanging on due to their small size and outpour of support from loyal members. 

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Musicians deal with the reality of no live shows as covid takes center stage

A room full of strangers enjoying a live performance simultaneously was seen as innocent fun before, but after the covid-19 pandemic, live shows are now seen as super spreader events.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

 Black Friday’s Aftermath

This year, many retailers began to advertise those deals as early as October and offered many of them online, reflecting both the challenges that physical stores are facing and the sudden shift in how consumers prefer to shop.

Special Report: America Votes

America Celebrates the Election

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Special Report: America Votes

New York celebrates historic win

Thousands took to the streets all over the five boroughs and across the US to celebrate the news, which came as a huge sigh of relief to millions after a tense week of unrest onset by delayed election results.

Special Report: America Votes

BIDEN WINS

Although the Trump campaign continues to grasp at straws for anything that might challenge the legitimacy of the election outcomes, Biden supporters are reflecting on the historic impact of this day. 

Special Report: America Votes

Biden win brings relief

 “I think that throughout Trump’s presidency we have lost sight of humanity,” she said.

Special Report: America Votes

The energy of Election Day in New York City

Times Square remained peaceful even with Biden and Trump supporters sharing space. Photographers walked the streets for hours documenting the historic day.