WeWork Harlem Tenants Bristle At Demands For Rent During Coronavirus Lockdown

A rebellion is brewing among WeWork tenants. Small business owners are bristling at the shared office giant’s demand that they continue paying rent at locations that remain open, despite a wave of stay-at-home orders in major cities around the world. Continue Reading →

The National Emergency Library Makes 1.5 Million Books Free To Read Right Now

The coronavirus has closed libraries in countries all around the world. Or rather, it’s closed physical libraries: each week of struggle against the epidemic that goes by, more resources for books open to the public on the internet. Continue Reading →

Financial Benefit During The Corona Outbreak

By Bretton Love

Panic is spreading internationally over the ongoing coronavirus. Countries are closing their borders, schools are shutting down, and public gatherings are being banned. Continue Reading →

The COVID-19 Crisis: U.S. Could Be The New Global Epicenter, No Peak Yet In NYC

Coronavirus (COVID-19) tally as compiled by Johns Hopkins University: Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: Coronavirus Deaths Reach 125 In NYC, Restarting Economy Explored

The governor of New York is exploring how to re-start the state’s economy as the death rate from the new coronavirus continues to grow. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: New York Now The Epicenter, Senate Fails On First Aid Vote

Coronavirus (COVID-19) tally as compiled by Johns Hopkins University: Total U.S. confirmed cases: 35,530, total U.S. deaths: 473, total global cases: 354,677 and total global deaths: 15,436 Continue Reading →

Community Message /Mensaje Para La Comunidad From Uptown Council Member Rodriguez

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

 As we begin the workweek, I hope to find you and your family in good health.

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President Trump And Mayor de Blasio Speak As Coronavirus Deaths Reach 99 In NYC

Mayor Bill de Blasio spoke with President Donald Trump Sunday night, urging the nation’s leader to act before the strain of the coronavirus overwhelms New York City’s medical facilities. Continue Reading →

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