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Strict COVID-19 policies in Democratic-led states worked, new research found. Republican-led states saw more illness.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York issued a mask mandate, social-distancing rules, and gathering limits in 2020. Spencer Platt/Getty Images Democratic-led states had stricter COVID-19 responses and better health outcomes, a new study found. States with stricter COVID-19 rules saw 8% fewer cases, on average, than models would've predicted. The study's researchers said the results showed politics shouldn't influence public-health policy. After nearly two years of politically charged b...
Tags: Health, New York, Science, News, Maryland, Massachusetts, US, Trends, Gop, Republican, Andrew Cuomo, Erin Schumaker, Binghamton University, Little Italy, Vermont Massachusetts, Ron DeSantis


The 24 best cocktail recipe books, according to professional bartenders

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Amazon; Rachel Mendelson/Insider We surveyed 22 bartenders, beverage directors, and cocktail pros on their favorite cocktail books. These influential and visually stunning books cover technique, flavor profiles, history, and more. See also: The best cocktail shakers we tested in 2021 If you're serious about making a perfect Old Fashioned, or want to get into creating your own inventive cocktails, ...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Kitchen, Books, Japan, New York, Washington, Boston, Alcohol, New York City, Trends, Features, David, Brooklyn, United States, Mace


The coronavirus recession only lasted 2 months, the shortest downturn in US history

A waiter wearing a mask stands outside the Da Gennaro restaurant in Little Italy on November 15, 2020 in New York City. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images The National Bureau of Economic Research wrote that the recession only lasted from February to April last year. NBER noted that this makes it the shortest US recession on record. The economy is still recovering from the almost 20.7 million jobs lost in April 2020. See more stories on Insider's business page. The National Bureau of Economic...
Tags: US, Trends, National Bureau of Economic Research, Little Italy, NBER, Madison Hoff, New York City Alexi Rosenfeld Getty, Da Gennaro


It’s back: San Pedro First Thursday, with a renewed artistic vibe, returns

San Pedro’s popular First Thursday ArtWalk in the downtown district has been redesigned and is set to return next month. The popular monthly event, which went dark last year amid the coronavirus, will relaunch from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 5. First Thursday, nearly a quarter-century old, was one of many similar open-house styled festivals used elsewhere to bring residents back into the quaint shopping areas they largely abandoned during the giant mall era. “Other cities were making the same kind of plan...
Tags: News, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Port Of Los Angeles, Grimes, Local News, San Pedro, Eriksen, Little Italy, Mesa, Los Angeles People, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Fairs And Festivals


Euro 2020: 'No gloating' in 'Little Italy' over England loss

How is the mood in Bedford, which has 14,000 Italian descendants, after the Euro 2020 final?
Tags: England, News, Bedford, Little Italy


San Pedro’s Italian community delights in result of Euro 2020 Final

Completing its stirring tale of football rebirth, Italy won the European Championship for the second time by beating England 3-2 on penalties on Sunday, July 11. And the cheering resonated all the way to San Pedro. More than 400 fans sporting Italy’s blue home-nation jerseys packed the patio at the Pepper Tree Plaza near City Hall for a Euro 2020 Final watch party. The portside fans were not disappointed, as Gianluigi Donnarumma dove to his left to save the decisive spot kick by England’s Bukayo...
Tags: England, London, News, California, France, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Italy, Community, Croatia, Associated Press, Local News, Gianluigi Donnarumma, City Hall, San Pedro


‘If we win, you’ll be sad’: London’s Little Italy torn over Euro 2020 final

England showdown fuels mixed emotions for Italians who call Clerkenwell neighbourhood homeThe prospect of Sunday’s Euro 2020 final between England and Italy is a “tragic situation”, according to a priest at the Italian church in London. With a pained expression, he says: “I’m Italian, but I live in England and love English people, but now you have become our foes.”The priest is so troubled by the upcoming game that he refuses to give his name. Speaking after giving a mass at St Peter’s church, i...
Tags: England, London, Italy, St Peter, Little Italy, Clerkenwell


The 11 best Airbnbs in San Diego from surf-inspired beach homes to vibrant midcentury design in the city center

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Airbnb California is one of the most popular locations in the US for Airbnb rentals. For a getaway to a vibrant coastal city with great beaches, consider a trip to San Diego. We rounded up top-rated Enhanced Clean Airbnbs between $90 to $373 per night available to book. Known for its moderate year-round climate, perennially popular beach towns, and thriving surf culture, San Diego is one of California&#...
Tags: California, Cdc, New York City, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Italy, Portland, San Diego, Cardiff, Airbnb, West Coast, Ron Burgundy, Pacific, San Diego Zoo


US service sector expands at fastest pace since September as holiday season lifts activity

People dine inside a restaurant in Little Italy as New York City restaurants are allowed to open their doors to 25 percent capacity on September 30, 2020 in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images The Institute for Supply Management's gauge of the US services sector unexpectedly jumped to 57.2 in December from 55.9 despite soaring COVID-19 cases and partial lockdowns. The reading is the highest since September and marks seven consecutive months of gains for the index. Economists surveyed...
Tags: New York City, US, Trends, Georgia, Bloomberg, Deutsche Bank, ISM, Little Italy, Ian Shepherdson, The Institute for Supply Management, Pantheon Macroeconomics, Ben Winck


Comment on lasagna bolognese by john v burke

On the very remote chance you haven’t heard, a store calleed DiPalo in Little Italy has multiple varieies of fresh ricotta, al of them fabulous. I moved away from NYC long, long ago and have no wish to move back, but if I did, it would be foor DiPalo’s.
Tags: Food, Little Italy


The history behind Columbus Day shows the holiday has been controversial since it was established

Columbus sailed the ocean blue, and did some pretty horrific things, too. Hulton Archive / Stringer / Getty Images Some locales around the US have replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day. Observance of the holiday in North America dates back to colonial times. The general public has become increasingly aware of the dark side of Christopher Columbus's legacy, causing controversy. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Columbus Day has become one of the more controver...
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Sonder offers long- and short-term vacation rentals with hotel-like amenities — here's what it was like to stay at one during COVID

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Leila Najafi/Business Insider While experts view vacation rentals as the safest lodging option during COVID-19, others miss the added luxuries of a hotel stay.For those that want to limit encounters with other people while still enjoying the perks of a hotel, Sonder offers a compelling in-between option.Sonder includes over 5,000 furnished apartments worldwide with 24/7 concierge support, contactle...
Tags: Europe, Cdc, Trends, Italy, San Diego, Marriott, Metropolis, Epa, Continental, Expedia, Malibu, Old Town, World Health Organization WHO, Cleveland Clinic, Garibaldi, Little Italy


See how NYC is reopening for indoor dining as a new state report warns that up to 50% of restaurants could be forced to close permanently

People have lunch at Chelsea Square Restaurant as New York City restaurants open for limited capacity indoor dining on October 1, 2020, in New York. BRYAN R. SMITH/AFP via Getty Images New York City's restaurants were allowed to reopen for indoor dining on Wednesday, though they're currently limited to 25% of the maxium capacity.  The reopening comes at a desparate time for the city's restaurant and bar industry, which has been battered by the coronavirus pandemic and related shutdowns.  A...
Tags: New York, New York City, Trends, Getty Images, Chelsea, Manhattan, Afp, WCBS, Little Italy, Bill DeBlasio, Bryan R Smith, Madeline Stone, Office of the New York State, Getty Images Restaurants, New York City Alexi Rosenfeld Getty, New York City Spencer Platt Getty


De Blasio: Black Lives Matter Protests Exempt from Large-Event Ban

Mayor Bill de Blasio has canceled all large events in New York City through September, but will continue to allow Black Lives Matter protests in the city, he said.“This is a historic moment of change. We have to respect that but also say to people the kinds of gatherings we’re used to, the parades, the fairs — we just can’t have that while we’re focusing on health right now,” de Blasio said during a CNN appearance Thursday night.While other areas, including Los Angeles, Seattle, and Miami-Dade C...
Tags: New York, News, Minneapolis, New York City, Cnn, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, De Blasio, Little Italy, Los Angeles Seattle, Miami Dade County Fla, San Gennaro, George Floyd, Avery Cohen de Blasio, Fox News Coronavirus


Columbus statue toppled by Baltimore protesters

Baltimore protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the city's Inner Harbor on Saturday night. Demonstrators used ropes to topple the monument near the Little Italy neighbourhood, news outlets reported. Protesters mobilized by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police have called for the removal of statues of Columbus, Confederate figures and others.
Tags: News, Baltimore, Columbus, Christopher Columbus, Inner Harbor, Little Italy, George Floyd, Columbus Confederate


Protesters pull down Columbus statue in Baltimore

Baltimore protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the city's Inner Harbor on Saturday night. Demonstrators used ropes to topple the monument near the Little Italy neighborhood, news outlets reported. Protesters mobilised by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police have called for the removal of statues of Columbus, among others. They say the Italian explorer is responsible for the genocide and exploitation of native peoples in the Americas. Accordin...
Tags: News, Baltimore, Columbus, Christopher Columbus, Inner Harbor, Little Italy, William Donald Schaefer, George Floyd


The career rise and fall of Adam Neumann, the controversial WeWork cofounder

WeWork publicly filed to go public in August, but has since shelved its IPO after investors flagged concerns over its business and cofounder Adam Neumann. Neumann has been at the helm of the company since it launched in 2010, but he stepped down from his positions as CEO and on the board of directors in late 2019 as part of a buyout deal that will see SoftBank acquiring the company. Here's everything you need to know about the former WeWork CEO, who has five children and has purchased an estim...
Tags: New York, Ipo, Softbank, New York City, Israel, San Francisco, Trends, Brooklyn, WeWork, Wall Street Journal, Gaza Strip, Business Insider, Hamptons, Tribeca, Soho, DMC


Meet the 11 power-player marketing execs who will battle it out in the next phase of the streaming TV wars

The streaming wars have not only led to a flood of new content, they're also driving a marketing blitz as new and incumbent platforms try to convince people to open their wallets and subscribe. Business Insider identified 11 marketing executives to watch at the new and forthcoming major streaming-video services. They include Joe Earley, who helped coordinate Disney Plus' massive marketing effort; Jackie Lee-Joe of Netflix, which is facing its most competitive moment ever; and Kelly Campbell, w...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Europe, Hbo, New York, Hollywood, London, Nbc, Microsoft, India, Neil Gaiman, Disney, Syfy, Los Angeles, Trends


Meet the 11 power-player marketing execs who will battle it out in the next phase of the streaming wars

The streaming wars have not only led to a flood of new content, they're also driving a marketing blitz as new and incumbent platforms try to convince people to open their wallets and subscribe. Business Insider identified 11 marketing executives to watch at the new and forthcoming major streaming-video services. They include Joe Earley, who helped coordinate Disney Plus' massive marketing effort; Jackie Lee-Joe of Netflix, which is facing its most competitive moment ever; and Kelly Campbell, w...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Europe, Hbo, New York, Hollywood, London, Nbc, Microsoft, India, Neil Gaiman, Disney, Syfy, Los Angeles, Trends


What to do in Boston’s Little Italy

It sounds like something a drunk Red Sox fan would scream outside Yankee Stadium to incite a riot. “The best Little Italy is in Boston” isn’t just an inflammatory remark meant to piss off New Yorkers — it’s a sentiment familiar to many who have visited the small neighborhood in Boston’s North End and enjoyed its unique character, cuisine, and aesthetic. Chances are, when you think of Boston, you’re thinking of Little Italy. Cobbled streets, waterfront promenades, and historic churches define...
Tags: Travel, Boston, America, Italy, Salem, Red Sox, Anthony, New England, Hennessey, Bell, Sicily, All, Marshall, Mike, Joseph, Regina


Photo Exhibit Shares Snapshots of Cleveland

From Lake Erie to Little Italy -- and from Public Square to the public schools -- daily life in Cleveland is the subject of an exhibit opening Monday at the main library downtown. The library’s outreach director, Aaron Mason, says there’s a gap in the archives that they don’t want to repeat. “Around 1980 or 1990 is when most of our photographs stop. There isn’t much past that point.” So last year, as part of its 150 th anniversary , the library commissioned 25 photographers and gave them a missi...
Tags: Lake Erie, Cleveland, Public Square, Little Italy, Kabir Bhatia, Aaron Mason


17 Cool Places to Visit in the US for 2020

Choosing cool places to visit in the US is not an easy task. With a country that has 50 states, over 400 national parks, vibrant cities, charming small towns, and endless festivals and friendly people, how do you narrow it down to just a handful? There are hundreds of places that could have made this list. And there are hundreds of more places that we haven’t traveled to yet that may find there way to this list next year when we do! Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada We wanted to create this ...
Tags: Destinations, North America, USA, America Unplugged, USA road trip, USA travel tips


‘Baywatch’ star Alexandra Daddario on her new dark comedy — and her Italian family’s secrets

Alexandra Daddario arrives to our cover shoot dressed in an oversized turtleneck, with Joan Didion’s “Slouching Towards Bethlehem” tucked under her arm. Her haunting blue eyes dance around the studio in New York’s Little Italy neighborhood. Despite blockbuster roles in the “Percy Jackson” films, “San Andreas,” “Baywatch” and “True Detective,” Daddario, 33, still remains startled...
Tags: Fashion, New York, Joan Didion, Bethlehem, Little Italy, Alexandra Daddario, Daddario


The career rise and fall of Adam Neumann, the controversial WeWork cofounder who is reportedly getting $1.7 billion to step down from the company's board

WeWork, now called The We Company, publicly filed to go public in August, but has since shelved its IPO after investors flagged concerns over its business and cofounder Adam Neumann. Neumann has been at the helm of the company since it launched in 2010, but he stepped down as CEO in September and is reportedly now leaving WeWork's board of directors as part of a buyout deal that will see SoftBank acquiring the company. Here's everything you need to know about the former WeWork CEO, who has fiv...
Tags: New York, Ipo, Softbank, New York City, Israel, San Francisco, Trends, Brooklyn, WeWork, Wall Street Journal, Gaza Strip, Business Insider, Tribeca, Soho, DMC, Haaretz


Subway Soprano serenades christening of ‘Historic Little Italy’ in San Pedro

Dana Middle School dance students perform during an outdoor “Festa” celebration to launch San Pedro’s Little Italy district on Saturday, October 5, 2019. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Confetti rains down during an outdoor “Festa” celebration to launch San Pedro’s Little Italy district on Saturday, October 5, 2019. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Emily Zamourka, the “Subway Soprano” homeless woman wh...
Tags: Business, Milan, News, California, La, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Italy, Long Beach, Lapd, Southern California, San Pedro, Metro, Los Angeles County, Puccini


Best pizza in the San Fernando Valley: 6 great places for winning pies

The other day, reading through the always entertaining British rag called The Sun, I came upon a description of a new pizza just introduced at a London pizza chain called Eco. It’s called “The Hopper.” For about $35, you get a pie topped with eight frogs’ legs, capers and an anchovy sorbet. The inventor, Chef Sami Wasif, came up with the idea while on a trip to Paris. He calls it “refined,” adding that, “I’ve been making pizza for more than 20 years, and I know that London is a city always looki...
Tags: Japan, New York, London, California, Restaurants, Jerusalem, America, Los Angeles, Georgia, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Brooklyn, Paris, Italy, John


Explore The Hidden Canals Of New Venice In Berlin

photo: © A.Savin, WikiCommons.  Many big capitols worldwide have parts of their cityscape inspired by each other. Like there is Little Italy in New York or a small China Town in London. Up until now, I thought that Berlin – in its authentic and unapologetic ways – is simply Berlin, no sugar added. But little did I know, that in the vast residential area of southeast Berlin, you can find a charming Adriatic idyll named New Venice. This peaceful and unexpectedly beautiful place has been charmin...
Tags: Fashion, New York, London, Berlin, Boat, River, Places, Little Italy, China Town, Savin, Köpenick, Excursion, New Venice, Neu Venedig, Mügelsee, Dämeritzsee


The best Little Italys in America

If you’re on the keto diet, don’t even bother reading this story. Because no human even hears the words “Little Italy” without smelling garlic, tasting red wine, and reflexively slipping into a carb-induced food coma. Typically, the Italian food in any neighborhood called “Little Italy” is worth the calories. You can certainly go to Little Italys in New York, Chicago, Philly, and San Francisco and be guaranteed a great meal, but Italian enclaves aren’t limited to huge cities, and the widespr...
Tags: Travel, New York, Milan, California, Boston, America, San Francisco, Italy, San Diego, Philadelphia, Santa, Cleveland, St Louis, Baltimore, Rhode Island, New England


Sightseeing in Baltimore: 5 Amazing Spots to Visit by Car

Baltimore is the biggest city in Maryland State and a major seaport located on the wide mouth of the Patapsco River. Featuring several famous educational establishments, particularly the Johns Hopkins University, museums and the well-known symphony orchestra, Baltimore is an important cultural destination on the east coast. The city doesn’t appear as often in US travel guides like New York or Las Vegas. However, having visited it once, nobody can say that the city is boring or faceless – Baltim...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, New York, Edgar Allan Poe, US, America, United States, Baltimore, Chris, Garrett, Little Italy, Walters, Johns Hopkins University, Fells Point, Maryland State, Payless


San Diego’s DeskHub Snapped Up by Co-Working Company Cross Campus

Cross Campus, a shared office-space provider with five locations in the Los Angeles, CA, region, has snapped up DeskHub in the latest step in a plan to expand its West Coast presence.DeskHub, one of San Diego’s oldest co-working companies, has about 500 members across two locations: a 23,000-square-foot space in Little Italy and about 15,000 square feet of space in Scottsdale, AZ. Cross Campus has a total of about 185,000 square feet across the Los Angeles area and about 2,500 members.BisNow fi...
Tags: Startups, Softbank, Los Angeles, Trends, Tech, San Diego, M&a, WeWork, West Coast, Acquisition, Co-working, Los Angeles CA, Little Italy, Bisnow, National blog main, Xperience