Nooo, Major Airlines Bring Back Change Fees As Pandemic Restrictions Are Lifted

Now that COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted from the West to the East Coast and airlines are filling up flights again, carriers are also bringing back fees as a way to generate revenue. Continue Reading →

Senate Holyman Announces Legislation Requiring COVID-19 Vaccines For NY College Students

This week, State Senator Brad Hoylman introduced new legislation (S.6495) to require all students attending colleges and universities from Harlem to the Hudson to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Continue Reading →

Recovery For All Of Us: NYC Announces Free And Low Cost Broadband Access At NYCHA

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced a major milestone in the City’s effort to bring new internet connectivity options to residents of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and to create a shift in the local broadband market. Continue Reading →

‘Get Vaccinated’ – Good Advice In Every Language Around Block Around The World

The Health Department launched multicultural and multi-lingual vaccination ad campaigns by and for NYC’s Spanish, Haitian Creole, Yiddish, Russian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Bengali and Urdu-speaking communities. Continue Reading →