Some medical staff are fearful of working in hospitals overloaded with coronavirus patients. The shortage of personal protective equipment makes their already difficult job even more dangerous.
Queens, NY power plant explosion sparked all kinds of speculation (from those viewing it from afar) about an alien takeover. Many were grateful at the prospect.
John Kasich's folksiness doesn't play as well in the city.
Climate change, and the fears of another superstorm are now a daily part of life.
Devon Lawrence hasn't had heat since Hurricane Sandy three months ago. His elderly mother wears gloves to bed and Lawrence wakes up early to turn the heat on so she doesn't wake up cold. Despite all of the challenges, he isn't giving up.
Another awesome video from the folks at anothernyc.org, and the weekend's scheduled events for NYC. May 10-15: A Week of Actions Against Budget Cuts and Austerity Tuesday May 15 @ 6 PM: Mass Convergence in Times Square on Global Day
Every Friday Occupy Wall Street converges in the streets for Spring Training marches from Liberty Square to Wall Street in preparation for May Day, followed by a community pot-luck dinner...
In support of homeowners facing foreclosure and eviction in NYC, members of Occupy Wall Street (OWS) and other community groups will conduct vibrant singing protests and raise the people’s voices at foreclosure auctions in Queens, Brooklyn
Shut down Wall Street for breakfast, occupy the subways for lunch, take Foley Square for dinner, or join other actions across the U.S. and the world...
Who's got a favorite 'drug' song?
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