New York state has had 440,578 confirmed cases of the coronavirus, resulting in 33,016 deaths since the pandemic began, according to numbers from a tally by Johns Hopkins University. The state has made an impressive turnaround from early on in the pandemic, when it was the biggest hot spot in the nation. At the peak in early April, the state was reporting nearly 800 COVID-19 deaths each day. … [Read more...] about Indoor dining in New York City can resume later this month at 25% capacity
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As museums, including the American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, reopen, "many of them obviously are following all of those social distancing rules and [doing] pre-ticketing and limiting how many people can come in," Heywood says. … [Read more...] about What tourists need to know about visiting New York City during the pandemic
Last year, the New York City Marathon -- which now bills itself as the "world's largest" -- saw more than 53,000 participants cross the finish line. What would have been the 50th running of the marathon in 2020 was canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...] about New York City Marathon’s first winner retraces race course 50 years later
'Housewives super-fan and actress Sarah Paulson, when I asked her to rate your freshman season on a scale of 1 to 10, she gave you a 25,' he said. 'John Oliver said, 'I think she's good. Throwing tiki torches, naked diving into a pool and basically trashing Ramona's house. I'm not sure I've laughed at anything this year harder than I've laughed at that episode.' … [Read more...] about Real Housewives Of New York City Reunion: Tinsley Mortimer reveals why Dorinda Medley ‘hates’ her
The practical challenges of recovery are so vast that Broadway has set up, through its trade group, the Broadway League, 42 task forces to address the crisis. Some 350 of its 800-plus members are involved. "There are 20 labor task forces, one for each union," said Charlotte St. Martin, the league's president. Ten others are tackling marketing issues; five are set up to interact with the city, state and federal agencies. Two Washington lobbyists, one with ties to Democrats, the other to Republicans, have been hired to seek stimulus funding for arts venues and artists in proposed legislation; epidemiologists and industrial hygienists are advising on safety and air filtration. The issues are as diverse as how to handle intermissions, when longer bathroom breaks may be required, to what kind of financial aid or tax credits the government might devise. … [Read more...] about New York City can’t rebound without Broadway. And Broadway’s road back is uncertain.