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Governor: NYC Movie Theatres Can Reopen

Governor Andrew Cuomo said “cinemas in the city will be permitted to operate at 25% capacity, with no more than 50 people. Moreover, other safety measures such as masks, social distancing and heightened sanitizing measures will be required.” – Variety
Tags: Art, Media, Andrew Cuomo, Audience, 02.22.21


Governor Andrew Cuomo Announces That NYC Casinos and Malls Can Re-Open Next Week

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced this morning in a teleconference that additional steps will soon be made to move New York City back towards a state of normalcy. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York City, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, BWW News Desk


Governor Andrew Cuomo Announces That Museums and Cultural Institutions Can Open in New York City Beginning August 24

Andrew Cuomo has announced that museums and cultural institutions will be allowed toopen in New York Citystarting on August 24. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York City, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, BWW News Desk, New York Citystarting


Governor Cuomo is 'Concerned' About Prolonged Shutdown of the Arts in New York City

Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Monday that he is 'concerned' about the prolonged shutdown of the arts and culture industries in New York City. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York City, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, BWW News Desk


New York Is A Cultural Capital. Right NowThat Future Is In Doubt

According to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s timetable, theaters and concert halls will be part of the fourth and last phase of reopening, but even the brand-name institutions wonder how easily they can pick up where they left off. – New York Magazine
Tags: Art, Andrew Cuomo, Issues


New York Is A Cultural Capital. Right Now That Future Is In Doubt

According to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s timetable, theaters and concert halls will be part of the fourth and last phase of reopening, but even the brand-name institutions wonder how easily they can pick up where they left off. – New York Magazine
Tags: Art, Andrew Cuomo, Issues, 06.19.20


Governor Cuomo Announces New York City Will Begin First Phase of Reopening

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced in today's press conference that New York City will begin its first phase of reopening onJune 8. This means that manufacturing, construction, wholesale and retail operations, will return for business, puttingover400,000 New Yorkers back to work. Face masks and social distancing will still be required of employees. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York City, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, BWW News Desk, New York City Will Begin First Phase


Broadway League Working Closely with Cuomo-Led New York Re-Opening Advisory Board

The Broadway League is working closely with Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York Forward advisory board regarding a re-opening strategy for the theatre industry. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, Broadway League, BWW News Desk, Cuomo Led New York Re Opening Advisory Board


Governor Cuomo Extends New York Shutdown Until at Least May 15

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced today that New York'sstay-at-home orderhas been extended until at least May 15. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, BWW News Desk


Governor Cuomo Announces That New York Will Work with Five Neighboring States for Reopening Plan

With news today that New York state has possibly reached a plateau in new COVID-19 diagnoses, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans for what comes next. New York will team with five neighboring states New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Rhode Island to collaborate on a plan for reopening. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, Rhode Island, Cuomo, BWW News Desk, New York Will Work, New Jersey Connecticut Pennsylvania Delaware


Governor Cuomo Expresses Doubt Over Broadway Timeline

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo however remains skeptical the shows will go on as projected. He said at today's briefing when asked about the possibility of other NYC businesses following the same June 7th model, 'I wouldn't use what Broadway thinks as a barometer of anything unless they're in the public health business and have seen better numbers and models.' [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, BWW News Desk


Breaking: Broadway Shutdown Extends To June

In accordancewithguidelines fromtheCenter for Disease Control CDC andunderthecontinueddirection of Governor Andrew Cuomo, Broadway shows in New York City will extend thecurrentsuspension of all performancesthroughJune 7, 2020. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York City, Theatre, Broadway, Andrew Cuomo, BWW News Desk, Disease Control CDC


Gov. Cuomo Orders Non-Essential Workers to Stay at Home Through April 29

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced at a press conference today that all workers in non-essential businesses across New York state are required to stay home through at least the end of this month. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, BWW News Desk


Breaking: Lincoln Center Theater Pushes FLYING OVER SUNSET and INTIMATE APPAREL to Fall 2020

Lincoln Center Theater has just announced that it will reopen its productions of the new musicalFlying Over Sunsetat the Vivian Beaumont Theater and the new operaIntimate Apparelat the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater this fall. Both productions were forced to suspend performances on March 12 when theaters were closed by Governor Andrew Cuomo as a precaution against the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Lincoln Center, Andrew Cuomo, Lincoln Center Theater, Vivian Beaumont Theater, BWW News Desk, Mitzi E Newhouse Theater


VIDEO: HAMILTON's Krystal Joy Brown Urges Young People to Stay Home

Krystal Joy Brown from Hamilton has recorded a video, tweeted by Governor Andrew Cuomo, addressing specifically young people and urging them to stay home. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, Hamilton, BWW News Desk, Krystal Joy Brown


Breaking: Gov. Cuomo Orders All Non-Essential Workers Stay Home

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced at a press conference Friday morning that all workers in non-essential businesses across New York state are required to stay home in an effort to flatten the curve of the COVID19 outbreak. This is a breaking story, more info to come. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, BWW News Desk


New York State Waives Waiting Period for Unemployment Insurance

This afternoon, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the state will waive the seven-day waiting period for unemployment insurance amid the Covid-19 outbreak [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, BWW News Desk, New York State Waives Waiting Period


Everything You Need to Know About TodayTix and COVID-19

The show must go on a until it can't. As COVID-19 continues its spread, theaters around the world are cancelling and postponing productions. New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday March 12 that all gatherings of 500 will be cancelled, and as a result, The Broadway League announced that all Broadway shows will go dark until April 12. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Broadway, Andrew Cuomo, Broadway League, BWW News Desk


Lincoln Center Theater To Suspend All Performances Through 4/13

Lincoln Center Theater has announced that, under the direction of Governor Andrew Cuomo, it will suspend performances of its productions of the new musical Flying Over Sunset in the Vivian Beaumont Theater, as well as its production of the new opera Intimate Apparel in the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, effective immediately. Performances of both productions will resume the week of April 13. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Andrew Cuomo, Lincoln Center Theater, Vivian Beaumont Theater, BWW News Desk, Mitzi E Newhouse Theater


Broadway shuts down due to coronavirus pandemic

New York governor Andrew Cuomo has announced a suspension of theatre productions in New York after mounting pressureNew York’s Broadway theatres have become the latest mass entertainment venues to temporarily shut down for coronavirus.State governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled a plan to suspend shows as part of new regulations to prevent public gatherings over 500 people. Carnegie Hall, one of New York’s premier concert venues, will also suspend performances through 31 March, and the Metropolitan Muse...
Tags: New York, Theatre, US news, Culture, Stage, Broadway, US theater, Andrew Cuomo, Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Museum of New York, Coronavirus outbreak, pressureNew York


New York is curbing food waste and helping people in need with a new initiative

New York is making important strides toward reducing food waste and greenhouse gas emissions. The governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, recently agreed to a new food waste initiative with the state legislature that will recycle scraps and send wholesome food to people in need. The new law is called the Food Donation and Food Scrap Recycling Act. Once the bill goes into practice, all surplus food items will be donated to local food shelters while any scraps will be sent to recycling centers, preve...
Tags: New York, Design, News, New York City, Environment, Policy, United States, Food Waste, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, NRDC, New York Andrew Cuomo, Food Waste New York, Food Waste Donation


New York vows to ban plastic bags statewide in 2020

Lawmakers in New York just agreed to ban plastic bags across the state. The law is a part of a larger budget agreement and makes New York the second state in the United States to join the fight against single-use plastics. “I am proud to announce that together, we got it done,” Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York, stated. The ban on plastic bags will officially start on March 1 of next year. In addition to ditching plastic bags, businesses within the state will be allowed to charge up to fiv...
Tags: New York, Design, News, California, Environment, Eu, Policy, United States, Hawaii, Andrew Cuomo, New York State, Cuomo, Reusable Bags, Single Use Plastic, Single Use Plastic Bags, Ny State Plastic Ban


Proposed $1 billion underwater pipeline will send fracked gas to NYC

There is a war brewing over the development of a new underwater pipeline in New York City. The proposed project would send fracked gas to the city, a move environmentalists claim would greatly contribute to global warming. An Oklahoma company called Williams has proposed an ambitious plan to construct a 23-mile pipeline from Pennsylvania to New York. The project, which will cost around $1 billion, will connect with an existing pipeline underneath New Jersey, carrying gas all the way to Queens. ...
Tags: New York, Design, New York City, Pennsylvania, Williams, New Jersey, Un, Oklahoma, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, Robert Wood, New York City Advocacy


Governor Cuomo announces a bill to ban single-use plastic bags in New York state

Could New York be the next state to ban plastic bags? Ten cities and towns in New York have already put plastic bag bans in place. Now the rest of state could follow. Governor Andrew Cuomo just introduced a bill to ban single-use plastic bags in the state, where people use an astonishing 23 billion of them each year. After blocking a New York City five-cent plastic bag fee bill and launching a New York State Plastic Bag Task Force last year, the governor announced this bill based on recommenda...
Tags: New York, Design, Senate, Boston, New York City, New York Times, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, Cynthia Nixon, Assembly, Dan DeLuca, Carl Heastie, DepositPhotos, New York State Plastic Bag Task Force, New York Times the Assembly, New York State Via The New York


New York Ends Its 'Pilot Program' That Restricted Prisoners To A List Of 77 Books

The governor tweeted that it was canceled - for the time being. Gov. Andrew Cuomo, on Twitter: "I am directing the Dept. of Corrections to rescind its flawed pilot program that restricted shipment of books & care packages to inmates. ... Concerns from families need to be addressed, while we redouble efforts to fight prison […]
Tags: Art, New York, Words, Andrew Cuomo, Dept of Corrections, 01.12.18


New York delivers huge blow to the fossil fuel industry

New York just sent a big message to the fossil fuel industry. The state is freezing all fossil fuel investments – and they are divesting almost $400 billion in pension funds from the industry, according to Grist. In a statement, Governor Andrew Cuomo said the New York Common Fund has nearly $1 billion invested just in ExxonMobil – but described such investments as increasingly risky “as both New York State and the world back away from the use of fossil fuel as a primary energy source.” Cuomo a...
Tags: New York, Design, New York City, America, ExxonMobil, World Bank, Andrew Cuomo, New York State, Cuomo, Stringer, Scott Stringer, Tom DiNapoli, DepositPhotos, Common Fund


Barry Diller's On-Again, Off-Again Floating Park And Arts Center Is Back On Again

"Just six weeks after billionaire Barry Diller scrapped plans to build a 2.7-acre floating park on the Hudson River, Governor Andrew Cuomo has swooped in and saved the project. The governor said in a statement Wednesday that he’s brokered a compromise between the Hudson River Park Trust, which was overseeing the $250 million project, and […]
Tags: Art, Andrew Cuomo, Issues, Hudson River, Barry Diller, Hudson River Park Trust, 10.25.17


New York City to Build First LGBTQ Monument in Hudson River Park

In a timely announcement during New York’s Gay Pride weekend, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that artist Anthony Goicolea has been tapped to design the first official monument to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, which will be installed in Hudson River Park. “It feels like there are certain shapes and patterns that are encoded in our DNA as […]
Tags: Art, New York, News, New York City, Andrew Cuomo, Art News, Minipost, Hudson River Park, Anthony Goicolea, Build First LGBTQ Monument


US states and cities say they're sticking to the Paris Accord without Trump

President Donald Trump said he was elected to represent Pittsburgh, not Paris, as he withdrew the United States from the Paris Agreement on Thursday. Pittsburgh, however, isn’t sticking with him – at least not on climate change. The mayor of that city, along with 29 other mayors, three state governors, over 80 university presidents, and over 100 businesses have banded together to commit to the Paris Accord without the president. Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, who’s helping lead t...
Tags: New York, Design, Obama, California, Washington Post, Washington, US, America, Barack Obama, Bloomberg, United States, Paris, United Nations, Emory, Jerry Brown, Andrew Cuomo


What’s Happening at LaGuardia?

It was the phrase that launched a thousand headlines. Vice President Joe Biden came to New York in 2014, and in the middle of a speech about the importance of rebuilding America’s infrastructure, he likened LaGuardia to a Third World airport. Since that speech three years ago, three major projects have been set in motion that will radically reshape the face of the nation’s 20th busiest airport. Project 1: Central Terminal Building replacement Designed in an era of propeller-driven airliners like...
Tags: New York, Design, America, Joe Biden, Spotlight, Delta, Aviation, Terminal, Biden, Andrew Cuomo, Faa, Redevelopment, Boeing, Denver, Lga, Laguardia



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