The COVID-19 Crisis: Legislature Passes Hoylman-Rozic Price Gouging Legislation

Today, the New York State Legislature voted to pass S.8189 (Hoylman)/A.10270 (Rozic), legislation to strengthen New York’s law against price gouging. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: Mayor de Blasio Visits NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi To Applaud And Thank Medical Staff

Photos by Seitu Oronde

On Friday, May 23, 2020, Mayor Bill de Blasio stopped by Jacobi Hospital in the Bronx, to congratulate the front line health care workers. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: 7 Emotional Pivots To Make As The World Re-Opens

As the world slowly starts to reopen and there is a glimmer of hope of normal, even if it is still down the road, picking yourself up and getting back in the game isn’t always easy. Continue Reading →

Jeremy O. Harris And The Bushwick Starr Partner To Provide Financial Relief To Playwrights

On May 13, 2020, Jeremy O. Harris, stated, “Recently while watching our country’s commander in chief, he proclaimed that funding The Kennedy Center’s relief plan was the left’s attempt at bolstering their “pet project”. Continue Reading →

Be Careful As The CDC Issues New Guidance On School And Summer Camp Reopenings

With COVID-19-related restrictions being eased, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is getting out in front of the likely scenarios of parents going back to work and sending their children back to school, daycare, or off to camp. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: DCWP Warns New Yorkers About Scam Related To COVID-19

Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today warned New Yorkers of scams related to COVID-19 to protect consumers’ identity and money. Continue Reading →

Senator Hoylman’s Legislation Allowing Restaurants And Bars To Offer Alcoholic Beverages For Take-Out And Delivery As Crisis Ends

Today, Senator Brad Hoylman announced new legislation that would continue to allow bars and restaurants to offer wine, beer and cocktails for take-out and delivery for two years after the current State of Emergency ends. Continue Reading →