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Nine days, one million ballots: How New Yorkers found community in early voting lines

November 2 | Josefa Velasquez, Eileen Grench, and Ben Fractenberg, THE CITY

This story was originally published on Nov. 1 by THE CITY. Sign up here to get the latest stories from THE CITY delivered to you each morning. A dog dressed as Wonder Woman. A Grammy award-winning guitarist serenading voters with his daughter. DJs bumping music. New York’s hottest club is early voting lines. Seven months […]

Brooklyn neighborhood pharmacy owner describes challenges amid pandemic

October 23 | Raanan Geberer

One might think that despite so many business failures during the coronavirus pandemic, all drugstores would be financially safe and might even prosper. After all, people need their prescription drugs, no matter what’s going on in the world. However, this is not so for small neighborhood drugstores, says one Brooklyn pharmacist. The pharmacist is Ron […]

Brooklyn Museum, NY Aquarium are coming back!

August 21 | Raanan Geberer

As the city gradually recovers from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, two of Brooklyn’s greatest cultural and scientific institutions, well-known to borough residents and tourists alike, are gearing up to open. In the wake of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent edict that museums, bowling alleys and aquariums are now allowed to open, the Brooklyn Museum […]

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