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An usher at NYC's Madison Square Garden on reopening at limited capacity: 'I wish it felt safer'

New York City's Madison Square Garden. Thomas Pallini/Business Insider Nancy (not her real name) is 57 years old and works as an usher at Madison Square Garden in NYC.  As stadiums reopened at limited capacity Tuesday, she's worried about social distancing and masking. She's immunocompromised, and a big part of her job involves very hands-on interaction with guests.  This is her story, as told to freelance writer Meira Gebel. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Nanc...
Tags: News, NYC, New York City, Sports, Careers, Trends, Andrew Cuomo, Stadium, Nancy, New York Rangers, Sports Games, Cuomo, Nordic, Concerts, The Garden, Don

I quit my job during the pandemic to start my own media company. Here are 10 things I've learned, and my advice to aspiring entrepreneurs.

At the start of the pandemic, Polina Marinova quit her job to devote herself full-time to building her own media company. Polina Marinova Polina Marinova is the founder and author of The Profile, a newsletter that features interesting longform profiles on successful people and companies. Marinova started The Profile in 2017 while working as an editor and writer at Fortune Magazine. At the start of COVID-19 pandemic, she decided to quit her job and begin working on The Profile full-time. Af...
Tags: New York, Beyonce, Jobs, Advice, Careers, NFL, Entrepreneurs, Trends, Nba, Silicon Valley, Ben Horowitz, Benjamin Franklin, Andrew Cuomo, Fortune, Malcolm Gladwell, Nordic

Florida and New York go separate ways on eviction bans

Gov. Ron DeSantis has allowed Florida's eviction ban to expire while Gov. Andrew Cuomo expanded New York's tenant protections to apply to pre-COVID evictions.
Tags: Florida, New York, Cdc, Lifestyle, Radio, New York Times, Agent, Evictions, Landlords, Andrew Cuomo, New York State, Ron DeSantis, Select, News Brief, Renters, The Real Deal

Meet the modern Kennedy family: The most prominent members of America's most famous political dynasty

Phillip Faraone/Getty Images The Kennedy family has been a prominent name in US politics for over a century.  The younger Kennedys are a mix of people in the family business of politics, as well as authors, actors, socialites, and journalists.  Meet some of the most prominent Kennedy family members who have been making headlines in recent years. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Joe Kennedy III is the most prominent modern Kennedy in politics. Rep. Joe Kennedy ...
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Her fortune came from Hyatt hotels; his came from the Erie Canal. Now, they want the government to tax their millions to fund coronavirus relief.

Liesel Pritzker Simmons received $500 million of the Hyatt hotel fortune after suing her family in 2002. Now, she wants the government to tax her wealth. Robyn Twomey Impact investors Liesel Pritzker Simmons and Ian Simmons are leading the charge for a national wealth tax, despite being multimillionaires themselves. Calls for a tax on the 1% are rising as the coronavirus pandemic exacerbates America's already widening wealth gap. The Simmonses believe such a tax could help fund improvement...
Tags: Politics, New York, Life, Boston, Massachusetts, America, Trends, Strategy, Davos, United States, Billionaires, Millionaire, Millionaires, Andrew Cuomo, UC Berkeley, Bernie Sanders

Cuomo says NYC schools can open. Agents predict a return to the city

On Friday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced schools would reopen in September. Parents that fled for the suburbs could return if the city goes through with the plan.
Tags: School, New York, New York City, Lifestyle, Radio, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, Select, Christopher Totaro, Allison Chiaramonte, Gerard Splendore, Schools Bus, Warburg Reralty

LA clothing brand putting Fauci, Cuomo and Newsom’s names on underwear

The designers behind an L.A.-based clothing retailer are celebrating some of the people who “impressed” them during the coronavirus pandemic — by placing their names front-and-center on some underwear. Canava, which describes itself as a “profit-for-purpose brand,” has released a line of limited-edition underpants featuring the names of Governors Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.) and Gavin Newsom...
Tags: Fashion, La, Andrew Cuomo, Newsom, Fauci Cuomo

Connection at Home During Covid-19

Are you home and feeling alone? Are you home and wishing you could be alone for even a few minutes? The Covid-19 virus has caused many organizations to move large numbers of employees from working together at the office to working remotely at home. For other organizations, it has meant temporarily shutting its doors and having to furlough workers or let employees go. Unless you are an “essential worker,” gone is the time you spent interacting with strangers, colleagues and friends as you commute...
Tags: Wellness, Careers, Andrew Cuomo, Jason, Brene Brown, Mike, Katie, Mealtimes, Gallup Organization, Connection Culture Group, Alexander Dummer, Katharine P Stallard, COVID, Jason Pankau

Emails my mom sent from her NYC co-op

I stopped talking with my mom a few years ago. She might not have noticed at first. My brothers have all cut her off at times as well. But my mom is pragmatic. She knows she and my dad were terrible parents. She apologizes and by all accounts, she is a much more enjoyable person to be around when she is not raising kids. In January I decided I’m too old to not talk to my mom. I am 52. She had me when she was 21. I decided to trust that she always means well when she talks to me. I know she tr...
Tags: Google, Europe, Parenting, Boston, New York City, Careers, Cnn, Netflix, New York Times, New Jersey, Venice, Andrew Cuomo, New York Public Library, Cuomo, Chris Cuomo, Corona

Man fleeing coronavirus pays nearly $2M to rent Hamptons mansion

It was unclear when the man made the move or if it was before Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued orders on March 20 for "non essential" New York state workers to stay at home.
Tags: New York Post, New York, Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Andrew Cuomo, The Hamptons, Joe Farrell, Select, News Brief

Are Hair Salons Still Closed Due to the Coronavirus?

Update: As it stands right now, there are 23 states, 84 counties, 17 cities, and one territory in total that have issued mandates to stay at home, instructing people to avoid all nonessential businesses until further notice - and that includes hair salons. On March 21, Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered that all barbershops, hair and nail salons, piercing shops, and tattoo parlors in New York specifically - which has seen the largest spike in cases in the US this week - close up shop indefinitely. ...
Tags: New York, US, Beauty, Hair, Andrew Cuomo, Donald Trump, Long Island, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Bay Area, Hancock Park, Ted Gibson, Beauty News, New York City San Francisco Los Angeles, Coronavirus, WHO CDC, Beverly Hills Hollywood West Hollywood

Planned Parenthood To Stay Open During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Over the weekend, Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York, officially directed all non-essential businesses in the state to shut down to help control the spread of COVID-19. Other states have already issued similar orders, and more are sure to follow. Of course, many healthcare providers will be keeping their doors open — and Planned Parenthood is included in their ranks, reports BuzzFeed News. “Our doors will stay open because sexual and reproductive health care is extremely important, and we ha...
Tags: New York, Planned Parenthood, Cdc, Sex, New York City, Ohio, Andrew Cuomo, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Shah, Rockland, Long Island Westchester, COVID, Meera Shah, Lauren Kokum, Health Education Media at Planned Parenthood, Department of Health Guidelines

Andy Cohen tests positive for coronavirus

  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Andy Cohen (@bravoandy) on Mar 20, 2020 at 3:03pm PDT TV host Andy Cohen revealed Friday that he has tested positive for coronavirus. In an Instagram posting, he said, “After a few days of self-quarantine, and not feeling great, I have tested positive for Coronavirus. As much as I felt like I could push through whatever I was feeling to do #WWHL from home,...
Tags: New York, Entertainment, Cdc, US, Lifestyle, Cher, Andrew Cuomo, Andy Cohen, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Cohen, Ben, Benjamin Allen, Coronavirus, COVID-19

New York real estate firm closes after coronavirus scare

TripleMint, a technology-forward brokerage based in New York City, temporarily shuttered its doors on Monday after one of its agents was exposed to the coronavirus.
Tags: New York, Technology, New York City, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Andrew Cuomo, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, News Brief, Triplemint, The Real Deal, Coronavirus, Phillip Lang

Bloomberg issues apology to trans people, gets blasted over marriage equality remarks

Democratic Presidential candidate and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has issued an apology for a 2016 incident in which he referred to transgender people as “men in dresses” and “it.” The candidate has also come under fire for allegedly misleading voters about his support of marriage equality. In a statement to NewNowNext, Bloomberg lamented his past remarks, offering up his mea culpa. “It was a poor attempt to describe how some who oppose transgender equality think about this issue—an...
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Activist and icon Marsha P. Johnson is getting a park in Brooklyn renamed in her honor

Nearly 30 years after her death, Marsha P. Johnson is getting new life as the namesake of a New York City park. At a Human Rights Campaign gala on February 1, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo declared that Brooklyn’s East River State Park will be renamed to honor the transgender activist. Related: Our transgender heroes: Remembering those who have paved the way Cuomo made the announcement while asserting that New York was “fighting back” against hatred toward marginalized communities, per NBC New...
Tags: Politics, New York, New York City, Lifestyle, Brooklyn, Manhattan, The New York Times, Lgbtq, Johnson, Andrew Cuomo, Chirlane Mccray, New York State, Cuomo, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Harvey Milk

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to list Westchester home

Now that his daughters are all grown up, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is planning to list his Westchester home for $2.3 million.
Tags: New York, Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Andrew Cuomo, Westchester, Sandra Lee, News Brief

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to list Westchester home

Now that his daughters are all grown up, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is planning to list his Westchester home for $2.3 million.
Tags: New York, Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, Andrew Cuomo, Westchester, Sandra Lee, News Brief

AOC & Progressive Groups Succeed At Kicking Amazon Out Of New York

Amazon announced Thursday it's canceling its plan to build headquarters in New York City, delivering a victory to progressive groups and lawmakers such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who have fiercely opposed the project since it was first announced.The corporate giant chose the neighborhood of Long Island City in Queens to build its campus, known as HQ2. But lawmakers, unions, and local civil rights groups contended that a tech corporation such as Amazon didn't deserve the nearly $3 billion...
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Where The 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand On Paid Family Leave

On Tuesday afternoon, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Rep. Rosa DeLauro reintroduced the Family And Medical Insurance Leave (FAMILY) Act, which would create a national paid family and medical leave program. Nearly 200 members of Congress joined them as cosponsors.First introduced in 2013, it would provide workers with up to 12 weeks' partial income, covering up to two-thirds of wages, to care for a new baby, a sick family member, address their own medical issues, or address military caregiving need...
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Start spreading the news: New York to ban conversion therapy, enact gender identity protections

Joining 14 other states, the New York legislature is expected to pass bills banning conversion therapy.
Tags: Feature, Politics, New York, Lifestyle, Andrew Cuomo, Ad Friendly, Conversion Therapy

Cynthia Nixon Loses To Andrew Cuomo In NY Primary

New Yorkers chose incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo over actress and activist Cynthia Nixon in the state's Democratic gubernatorial primary on Thursday, September 13.While Gov. Cuomo's campaign had the money and power, Nixon had the hustle. The public-education activist was out greeting voters on the Upper West Side on Thursday evening, almost up until the polls closed. Since she declared her candidacy in March, our inboxes have been constantly buzzing with updates from the campaign — one day she's i...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Manhattan, Upper East Side, Syracuse, Andrew Cuomo, Smith, Upper West Side, Cuomo, Cynthia Nixon, Nixon, Greenpoint, Yonkers, Hillary Clinton Joe Biden, Cynthia

Cynthia Nixon Is Raging Against The Machine

Cynthia Nixon is racing down Broadway to catch the R train. It’s a scorching mid-August Friday afternoon, and the candidate is headed to the next stop on her jam-packed schedule: A meet-and-greet with voters in Carroll Gardens, where she’ll spend about an hour talking to potential voters. Later that evening, she’ll be at a happy hour with comedian Phoebe Robinson and Taylor Schilling from Orange Is the New Black.Her impenetrable schedule means I’ll be interviewing her in transit as she’s leavin...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Texas, New York City, Joe Biden, David, Hillary Clinton, New York Times, Broad City, Queens, Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, Mta, Bill Clinton, Broadway

Why Didn't Cynthia Nixon & Andrew Cuomo Talk About Sexual Harassment In The Debate?

Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images.. On Wednesday night, Cynthia Nixon and Gov. Andrew Cuomo squared off in a contentious debate in which they sparred on single-payer healthcare, the subway, and each other's tax returns. Fact-checks were flying into reporters' inboxes from both camps all night.More than once, what was likely going to be their only debate before the September 13 primary veered into territory that can only be described as "petty AF" — like when Gov. Cuomo suggested that Nixon ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, New York Times, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, Andrew Cuomo, David Boies, NICK, Cuomo, Cyrus Vance, Cynthia Nixon, Nixon, West Village, Sarah Jessica Parker, Parker

Sponsored: Can an office temperature be sexist? Women, and science, say so

The debate over the proper office temperature was given new life Tuesday, as the team for Cynthia Nixon, who is running against Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the New York Democratic Party primary, suggested that room temperatures were being geared toward the comfort level of most men.
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Mother Of Parkland Victim Alyssa Alhadeff Wins Her Local Election

The mother of a Alyssa Alhadeff, one of the students killed in the Parkland school shooting, was elected Tuesday to the Broward County School Board.Lori Alhadeff will represent District 4 on the board, which oversees the administration of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where her daughter was murdered in February."I’m so excited to honor my daughter, Alyssa, and the 16 other victims in the Parkland shooting, and to be able to be the voice of change," Alhadeff told the New York Times after...
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Ivanka Trump Took A Selfie With A Pastor Who Said Same-Sex Marriage Is "Satanic"

Ivanka Trump: She tweets her support of LGBTQ Pride Month and casually takes selfies with homophobic pastors. That takes a special brand of...cognitive dissonance, to put it nicely.On Monday night, the White House held a dinner for around 100 evangelical leaders — some of the president's biggest supporters. Jim Garlow, senior pastor of Skyline Wesleyan Church in San Diego, was in attendance, taking selfies not only with Ivanka, but with Melania Trump, Karen and Mike Pence, Jared Kushner, Sarah ...
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Cynthia Nixon Says Andrew Cuomo Is Trying To "Ice" Her Out Of Wednesday's Debate

Photo: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP/REX/Shutterstock.. Cynthia Nixon, the self-described insurgent New York gubernatorial candidate, is busy preparing for her first and only debate against incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo ahead of their September 13 primary election. For the first-time candidate challenging what she calls Cuomo's "creaky Democratic machine," Wednesday night will likely help introduce her progressive platform to a wider audience.But Nixon says the circumstances surrounding the deba...
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Men's fixation on young women is another sign of masculinity in crisis | Arwa Mahdawi

A depressing new study about online dating indicates a problem that is reverberating across every aspect of our societyThe Week in Patriarchy is a weekly roundup of what’s happening in the world of feminism and sexism. If you’re not already receiving it by email, make sure to subscribe. Continue reading...
Tags: Sex, Aretha Franklin, Relationships, Women, Dating, US politics, Feminism, Online Dating, Andrew Cuomo, Arwa Mahdawi, Trump Administration, Omarosa Manigault Newman

Men's fixation on young women is another sign of masculinity in crisis

A depressing new study about online dating indicates a problem that is reverberating across every aspect of our societyThe Week in Patriarchy is a weekly roundup of what’s happening in the world of feminism and sexism. If you’re not already receiving it by email, make sure to subscribe. Continue reading...
Tags: Sex, Aretha Franklin, Relationships, Women, Dating, US politics, Feminism, Online Dating, Andrew Cuomo, Trump Administration, Omarosa Manigault Newman

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