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Korean Americans in NYC rally their community to fight domestic violence

With the COVID-19 pandemic posing an increasing number of cases of domestic violence, particularly within the Korean American community, one organization has collaborated to aid those suffering in silence.

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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. 

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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.

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Voters sound off on Trump’s positive coronavirus test

One voter fears that the country will  go into chaos if Trump dies. 

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Small business owners hope for future relief

As of September 23, about one-third of the city’s restaurants and more than one-half of its bars have closed.

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Healthcare professionals struggle with Trump’s decisions during pandemic

President Trump has not followed CDC guidelines for face-covering, and social-distancing measures by holding large in-person, indoor campaign rallies.

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Trump rallies continue, despite the rising Covid-19 death toll

But his supporters feel that, although the virus has struck 7 million Americans,  Trump has done a fine job handling a once in  a lifetime pandemic.

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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.