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Extra Extra: Dr. Anthony Fauci Corrects Rand Paul‘s Misinformation About Herd Immunity

Because its The Boss birthday, check out todays end-of-day links: Fauci vs Paul, resilient New Yorkers, ugh ugh men jokes, empty malls, precious Bernese Mountain Dogs, and more. [ more ‘ ]

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NYC Schools Updates: Teachers At "Brick Prison" School Fight Reopening

Hunter College High School This is our daily update following the reopening of NYC schools for Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020. [ more ‘ ]

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New Year‘s Eve In Times Square Will Be A Virtual, Diaper-Free Celebration This Year

Confetti falls at midnight on the Times Square New Years Eve celebration, in New York You can always choose to wear an adult diaper at home to recreate that classic Times Square New Years Eve feeling. [ more ‘ ]

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Sightseeing Helicopter Tours Bounce Back To Disturb New Yorkers‘ Fragile Peace

The number of 311 complaints about helicopter noise jumped 245% so far this year. [ more ‘ ]

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The Meat Hook Butchers Open A Full-Service Restaurant In Williamsburg

Pickled Baloney Salad (14) Cozy Royale is still waiting for their gas to be turned on, but there are plenty of meaty delights to be had in the meantime. [ more ‘ ]

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NYC Church Accused Of Retaliating Against Reverend For Coming Forward With Sexual Misconduct Allegations

The female reverend accused her supervising pastor of sending her inappropriate photos, groping her, and asking for oral sex. [ more ‘ ]

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Coronavirus Updates: With No Stimulus Aid In Sight, De Blasio Announces More Furloughs

Times Square Mayor de Blasio said Wednesday that 9,000 city employees would be forced to take a five-day furlough. [ more ‘ ]

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The Metropolitan Opera Will Remain Closed Until At Least Fall 2021

The Metropolitan Opera, the largest performing arts organization in the U.S., announced today that it had canceled its entire 2020-2021 season. [ more ‘ ]

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"Absolutely Inundated": Teachers Say Demands Of Remote Learning Are Overwhelming NYC DOE Tech Support

Mayor Bill de Blasio at a school in 2016. The failure to provide working devices and the failure to repair them in a timely manner is disproportionatelyaffecting the citys most vulnerable students. [ more ‘ ]

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Coronavirus Updates: Johnson & Johnson Launches Phase 3 Vaccine Trial On 60,000 Participants

Times Square Johnson Johnson has said that it is seeking to deliver a vaccine for emergency federal approval by early next year. [ more ‘ ]

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"Broadway At The Drive-In" Bringing Movie Screenings With Live Performances To Astoria

The first two showings are of Phantom Of The Opera and Purple Rain. [ more ‘ ]

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Early Addition: How The Trump Campaign Is Preparing To Steal The Election

Because David Fincher has a lot of unmade movies, check out todays midday links: Trumps plans to undermine the election, best Tom Petty songs, Time 100, new Kevin Morby, very responsible dog, and more. [ more ‘ ]

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Inside A New Inline Skate "Speakeasy" In Queens

Kinetic Expression Skate Shop in Woodside, Queens Skating is back, baby, and weve got some advice for beginners. [ more ‘ ]

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Industry City Developers Back Out Of Sprawling Rezoning Deal, Blame "Political Environment"

The Sunset Park waterfront, currently targeted for rezoning. The CEO of Industry City said it had become clear that the current political environment and a lack of leadership precludes a path forward for our rezoning proposal. [ more ‘ ]

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NYC Scrambles To Contain "Ocean Parkway Cluster" Of COVID-19 In South Brooklyn

Pedestrian watches as Eli Brach, right, owner of Brachsoni, which specializes in the sale of mens white shirts, raises the protective shutter on his store, in Borough Park. In one of the highest testing positivity rates seen in recent months, 4.71% of tests performed in the neighborhoods of Midwood, Borough Park and Bensonhurst have come back positive in recent weeks. [ more ‘ ]

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NYU Warns Students After Professor Allegedly Declares Masks "Ineffective" In Slowing COVID Spread

The professor is known for controversial views, including that 9/11 was an inside job. [ more ‘ ]

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NYU Warns Students After Professor Allegedly Declares Mask "Ineffective" In Slowing COVID Spread

The professor is known for controversial views, including that 9/11 was an inside job. [ more ‘ ]

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To Block Trump‘s SCOTUS Pick, Democratic Senator Says He‘ll First Appeal To Conscience Of Republicans

Outside the NY State Supreme Court in Foley Square ...No matter who Trumps nominee is, his treacherous rush denies Americans their say. [ more ‘ ]

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Extra Extra: The Future Of NYC Dining Is In Outdoor Plastic Eating Bubbles

Because NJ thinks their foods the best, check out todays end-of-day links: climate catastrophe, Netflix comedians, nuking the moon, outdoor dining bubbles, Pen15 interview, dog water chaos, and more. [ more ‘ ]

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De Blasio‘s Promise Of Live Classroom Instruction Surprises Teachers And Parents

Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Charlene Chirlane McCray speak to Pre-K students back to school at the Mosaic Pre-K Center in Queens. ‘I think its impossible that he doesnt know unless he hasnt read any of the plans of any of the schools, one teacher said of de Blasios remarks. [ more ‘ ]

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Pandemic Endangers Program That Provides Support For NJ‘s Most Vulnerable Kids

Jahsaun and Sam Barber fishing in the Delaware river. ‘Sam is like a father figure, part of the family now. [ more ‘ ]

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Brooklyn Councilmember Accused Of Getting CUNY Student Suspended After Dispute At Community Meeting

Medgar Evers College A day after a CUNY student was kicked out of a contentious community board meeting, her college moved to suspend her. [ more ‘ ]

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Local Anarchists Miffed By Trump‘s Designation Of NYC As Anarchist Jurisdiction

First, anarchists dont do jurisdictions. [ more ‘ ]

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Coronavirus Updates: U.S. Surpasses 200,000 Covid Deaths, A Toll That Some Predict Could Nearly Double By Year‘s End

Maria Flores kisses her son Pedro Garcia, 4, while a teacher takes his hand as he arrives for the first day of school at the Mosaic Pre-K Center in Queens. In the event states relax restrictions, deaths from COVID-19 could exceed 446,000, according to one model. [ more ‘ ]

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