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The best LGBTQ online entertainment

Before social distancing became the new normal, April was chock-full of major LGBTQ events, and while the coronavirus has caused massive cancellations (RIP Black Party 2020!), queer community leaders aren’t letting COVID-19 get in the way of their spring flings. LGBTQ outlets around the world have created virtual community centers, concert halls, and dance clubs to combat the isolation caused by the pandemic, and the options for connecting seem endless. The only problem? With a wealth of no...
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Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is in solitary confinement

Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, has been placed in solitary confinement at a federal prison in New York state over what Reuters reports was “a verbal dispute over phone use.” Cohen, who is 53, is U.S. President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney and is serving time for violating campaign finance laws. On Wednesday, Cohen was transferred to a Special Housing Unit (SHU) at Otisville Federal Correctional Institution, an extreme discipline section of the prison, Reuters reports Thursd...
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Courtroom access: High-profile cases, live audio and public interest

Long lines were a hallmark of high-profile oral arguments at the Supreme Court this term, in cases involving issues ranging from abortion to gun rights to employment protections for LGBT employees. Because the Supreme Court does not normally release the audio of its oral arguments until the end of the week, attending the oral argument in person is the only way to hear the justices and lawyers in action in real time. On March 31, the Supreme Court was scheduled to hear two oral arguments in a...
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When first case of coronavirus appeared in NYC — a woman who'd flown in from Iran (via Qatar) — Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio "promised that health investigators would track down every person on the woman’s flight. But no one did."

Writes J. David Goodman in "How Delays and Unheeded Warnings Hindered New York’s Virus Fight/The federal response was chaotic. Even so, the state’s and city’s own initial efforts failed to keep pace with the outbreak, The Times found" (NYT).A day later, a lawyer from New Rochelle, a New York City suburb, tested positive for the virus — an alarming sign because he had not traveled to any affected country, suggesting community spread was already taking place.Although city investigators had traced ...
Tags: New York, Law, NYC, New York City, Qatar, Iran, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, Times, Andrew Cuomo, De Blasio, Cuomo, New Rochelle, Mayor de Blasio, Ann Althouse, David Goodman


80% of NYC's coronavirus patients who are put on ventilators ultimately die, and some doctors are trying to stop using them

Some doctors are trying to reduce their reliance on ventilators for some coronavirus patients as the death rate for patients using the machines is abnormally high. New York officials say 80% of coronavirus patients who used ventilators in the city have died, the Associated Press reported. Unusually high death rates have also been recorded elsewhere in the world. Ventilators are typically only used for the worst-affected patients and there are no drugs to help treat coronavirus, so this could e...
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80% of New York's coronavirus patients who are put on ventilators ultimately die, and some doctors are trying to stop using them

Some doctors are trying to reduce their reliance on ventilators for some coronavirus patients as the death rate for patients using the machines is abnormally high. New York officials say 80% of coronavirus patients who used ventilators in the state have died, the Associated Press reported. Unusually high death rates have also been recorded elsewhere in the world. Ventilators are typically only used for the worst-affected patients and there are no drugs to help treat coronavirus, so this could ...
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Mehr Pickel trotz Make-up-Pause: Diese Tipps helfen bei unreiner Haut

In der Zeit des Social Distancings gibt es viele Dinge, die wir vermissen. Brunch mit Freund*innen zum Beispiel oder das Feierabendbier mit den Kolleg*innen. Eine Sache vermissen dagegen wahrscheinlich nur wenige: Den morgendlichen Stress, wenn man den Wecker mal wieder nicht gehört hat und dann innerhalb von 15 Minuten duschen, sich anziehen und sich schminken muss. Da du jetzt aber entweder das Glück hast, von zuhause aus arbeiten zu können oder aber gar nicht arbeitest, kannst du dir fr...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Rihanna, Manhattan, Ruhe, Omar, Fenster, Toner, Energie, Wert, Creme, Wasser, Oder, Freund, Wahl, Malen


San Fernando Valley mother turned 110 and coronavirus couldn’t stop family from celebrating

“I love you, too.”  The words came from the then 109-year-old lips of Ruth Mendelson as she said goodbye to her son, Earl, about three weeks ago in her room at The Village at Sherman Oaks — a senior living community. Concern was swirling about the coronavirus, and its devastating effect on seniors. But for a determined Earl Bender, he was going to see his mother. He was going up there. It was the last time Bender, 78, would be physically up close to her in the same room, before physical distanci...
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Broadway’s Obie Awards Go Virtual

The annual celebration of stage work was originally scheduled to be held at Terminal 5 in Manhattan on May 18. Instead it will be postponed until a later, as yet unannounced, date. In an interview with Variety, Heather Hitchens, president and CEO of the American Theatre Wing, one of the organizations behind the awards, said the show will include some form of performances, but cautioned that details are still being worked out. – Variety
Tags: Art, Theatre, Broadway, Manhattan, Heather Hitchens, 04.07.20


Some Doctors Fear Ventilators Could Be Harming Certain Patients

NEW YORK (AP) — As health officials around the world push to get more ventilators to treat coronavirus patients, some doctors are moving away from using the breathing machines when they can. The reason: Some hospitals have reported unusually high death rates for coronavirus patients on ventilators, and some doctors worry that the machines could be harming certain patients. The evolving treatments highlight the fact that doctors are still learning the best way to manage a virus that emerged on...
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Knotel is scrambling to pay millions in bills that started stacking up before the coronavirus hit, and it's late on payments to some of New York's biggest brokerages

Knotel has stopped paying rent on some of its huge New York City portfolio of office space and cut off other payments to key partners such as CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield, sources told Business Insider. The company's once-surging flex-space business has been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis, which has left tenants unable to occupy workspaces and prompted many to cease payments.  Knotel's chief financial officer said in an internal email seen by Business Insider that the company is "completel...
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The city will survive coronavirus

In a recent essay, New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman asked “Can City Life Survive Coronavirus?” It seems an apt question in this extraordinary time of mandated retreat from public life.  City streets and spaces normally teeming with people are nearly deserted now, evoking scenes from a Terry Gilliam film.  In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 we have shut down the sites where the rituals of daily urban life unfold, “third places” like cafes and bars and community center...
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Manhattan cathedral has been converted into a field hospital

While the separation of church and state is typically the way we prefer to roll in much of the western world, it seems that in times of tragedy their collision in unavoidable. According to The New York Times, Manhattan's Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine is preparing to do duty as a coronavirus field hospital. From The New York Times: The cathedral, which describes itself as the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, said on Monday that its 600-foot-long nave and equally large subterranean...
Tags: Post, News, New York Times, Manhattan, Episcopal Diocese of New York, COVID-19, Chruch & State, Corona Crisis, In times of plague, Rev Clifton Daniel III, Mount Sinai Morningside Hospital


The Restaurants and Stores Trying to Maintain New York Traditions

Many of Manhattan’s neighborhood institutions have served their loyal customers for decades without interruption. Now, they’re having to find new ways to survive.
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Your Evening Briefing

(Bloomberg) -- Some on Wall Street are bridling at stay-at-home orders when they would rather see employees in the office, pandemic notwithstanding. As New York City suffers a ghastly death toll and even after their Manhattan headquarters saw 16 people infected on one trading floor, JPMorgan managers have nevertheless been making plans to get workers back to their desks.Bloomberg is mapping the pandemic globally and across America. For the latest news, sign up for our Covid-19 podcast and daily ...
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Ray of hope in New York despite record coronavirus deaths

New York saw glimmers of hope in its coronavirus fight Tuesday, despite announcing a record number of deaths as it prepares to treat COVID-19 patients in a cathedral and on a ship. Volunteers began turning Manhattan's vast Cathedral of St. John the Divine into an emergency field hospital as Governor Andrew Cuomo confirmed the navy's USNS Comfort would now tend to coronavirus patients. Medical tents in wooden crates were brought into St John's, which describes itself as the largest Gothic cathe...
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Obie Awards to Become Virtual Event Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

The Obie Awards, honoring the best of Off-and Off-Off Broadway theater, will be re-imagined as a virtual event due to the coronavirus pandemic. The annual celebration of stage work was originally scheduled to be held at Terminal 5 in Manhattan on May 18. Instead it will be postponed until a later, as yet unannounced, date. […]
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New York Reports Largest Single-Day Death Toll From Coronavirus

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that New York has recorded the largest single-day increase in the number of deaths related to the novel coronavirus, despite indications that hospitalizations are plateauing in the state.So far, more than 5,500 people have died and 138,836 more have been infected with the virus in New York State. Over the last 24 hours alone, 731 people died, the state’s highest single-day death toll since the first known infection last month, Cuomo said.“Behind every one of those ...
Tags: New York, News, Navy, New York City, Connecticut, Queens, New Jersey, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, Fda, Andrew Cuomo, Albany, De Blasio, Central Park, Cuomo, Jacob K Javits Convention Center


Mysterious drone flies over New York park warning people to "maintain a social distance"

New Yorkers spending time at a park on Saturday were told to "maintain a social distance" by a mysterious drone flying overhead. “This is the Anti-COVID-19 volunteer drone task force. Please maintain a social distance of at least six feet. Again, please maintain social distancing," said the drone. "Please help stop the spread of this virus. Reduce the death toll and save lives. For your own safety and your family's safety, please maintain social distancing. Thank you for your cooperation. We are...
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The Fitness Guru?

The Fitness Guru? I went from fat to that. You can too. No excuses. Make the decision.  CHAPTER 6 – PART 1  THE FITNESS GURU? Losing a human being can be an exhilarating experience. Not an actual person such as a lover, friend or family member; that tends to be a sad affair, though not always. Losing enough excess fat that amounts to the weight of an entire human being, now that’s exhilarating. Such a loss—a person’s worth of blubber—referenced here, was something Abe Gurko was fortunate enou...
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Cathedral of St. John the Divine to Become Emergency Coronavirus Field Hospital

The Manhattan church, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, will be able to care for at least 200 patients during the coronavirus outbreak.
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You Should Be Wearing a Face Mask

Have you been wearing a face mask when going out in public recently? There’s been a lot of debate recently about whether they are effective in keeping people safe from COVID-19 infection, and it’s been really challenging to find good information. After reading several things over the past few days, I have concluded that wearing a mask in public is a helpful step I can take to help keep myself and others safe, with the important caveat that healthcare workers need access to masks before the res...
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Cryptocurrency issuers, exchanges face US class action lawsuits over billions

The 11 lawsuits, filed on Friday in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, also name executives of the companies.
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This is New York City in 1993... in HD

This footage was captured from a demo tape used by home entertainment dealers showing off the high quality of the new D-Theater (D-VHS) digital video recording. Enabling the recording and display of HD content, D-Theater/D-VHS was the VHS videocassette format's last gasp. From Youtube Pedant: In 2002 D-Theater launched in the US - the dealers needed a demo tape of HD footage. JVC reused some HD video that had been shot as a demo for the Japanese HD market back in 1993. This footag...
Tags: Videos, Video, News, New York City, US, Manhattan, Jvc, Dead Media, V/h/s


‘Nothing Works’: Hospitals Race To Train More Docs To Operate Ventilators

With COVID-19, it’s one step forward, two steps back. That’s what doctors battling the devastating viral lung infection on its frontlines are saying, as hospitals face shortages not only in ventilators to keep patients alive, but in doctors to operate them. The problem is particularly acute in the hotspot of New York City, which is projected to run out of ventilators this week. One doctor at a Manhattan hospital told TPM that he had been put on ventilator duty, despite being trained — and wor...
Tags: New York, News, New York City, New Orleans, Manhattan, Philadelphia, Louisiana, SEIU, Bronx, Tulane, Tulane University School of Medicine, Duane Morris, Denson, ICU, O'Rourke, Muckraker


Cuomo Suggests ‘Possible Flattening of the Curve’ in New York

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was cautiously optimistic at his Monday briefing, stating the number of coronavirus-related deaths has been “effectively flat” for the past two days, indicating a “possible flattening of the curve” in the Empire State.“While none of this is good news, the possible flattening of the curve is better than the increases that we have seen,” Cuomo said at a press conference in Albany. “The big question we are looking at now is, what is the curve? When [the number of new case...
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Queens, Italy, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, City Council, Andrew Cuomo, Donald Trump, Albany, Central Park, Cuomo, Levine, Jacob K Javits Convention Center, Billie Jean King National Tennis Center


Cuomo Will Ask Trump To Allow Coronavirus Patients On Comfort Emergency Ship

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday that he will ask President Donald Trump to allow patients infected with COVID-19 to be treated on the USNS Comfort emergency hospital ship currently docked in New York City. During a press conference at the Javitz Center in Manhattan, Cuomo told reporters that New York hospitals don’t have as many non-COVID patients to treat due to the stay-at-home order, which has led to fewer car accidents, shootings and other trauma cases. “I’m going to call t...
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Manhattan, Andrew Cuomo, Donald Trump, Cuomo, Trump, Javitz Center, Cristina Cabrera, COVID-19


New York's 'system for managing our dead' overwhelmed, says NYC councilman

This is a shocking, sobering thread from New York City Health Council member Mark D. Levine, who you should be following on Twitter. “NYC’s healthcare system is being pushed to the limit,” said Levine on Monday, April 6. “And sadly, now so is the city’s system for managing our dead. And it, too, needs more resources. “This has big implications for grieving families. And for all of us.” Levine adds, “Soon we'll start 'temporary interment.' This likely will be done by using a NYC park for buria...
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Trump Eyes Accused ‘Quack’ Dr. Oz for Coronavirus Advice

As the global pandemic and a staggering economic crisis swells, Dr. Mehmet Oz, the controversial celebrity doctor, has been advising senior Trump administration officials on coronavirus-related matters. Oz has even caught President Donald Trump’s attention with the celebrity doctor’s numerous appearances on the president’s favorite TV channel, The Daily Beast has learned.In the past couple of weeks, Trump began hearing more and more about—and watching Oz, now a Fox News regular, discuss—hydroxyc...
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Coronavirus: Paid sick days save all of our lives

Adam Schlesinger and his Fountains of Wayne co-writer Chris Collingwood created better, sadder, funnier songs about the angst of lonely women amid the awful blandness of office culture than anyone in American pop music. Their only contemporary rivals at making short-story like workplace scenes within the tiny confines of a tune are the English band Squeeze. For those who are less than fan-boys, the Schlesinger songs you know are the MTV hit “Stacy’s Mom,” who definitely had it going on, and the ...
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