Blog Posts on this date: "March, 2020"

03/23/2020 Here's A New Resource For Remote Gigs, Emergency Funds And Staying Calm

People around the world are coming together in inspiring and creative ways to support their communities, from Italian tenor Maurizio Marchini serenading his quarantined neighbors…

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03/23/2020 Here Are GoFundMes For Your Favorite Lower Manhattan Restaurants

With our favorite restaurants closed or only able to do delivery and/or takeout service during the COVID-19 pause, many service-industry employees are out of work…

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03/20/2020 Available Now: Financial Assistance For Restaurant Workers And Bartenders

Several organizations are trying to help those who have lost their earnings during this uncertain time.  In Lower Manhattan, with restaurants and bars being forced…

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03/20/2020 Filling Out The Census Is The Easiest Way To Help The Future Of Your Community

The COVID-19 outbreak and its ongoing impact on communities shows just how essential local resources are. Many key budgetary decisions that keep neighborhoods functioning are…

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03/20/2020 How Much To Tip Your Delivery Person During The Pandemic

Social distancing rules have forced restaurants and bars to turn to takeout and delivery. This is critical for establishments struggling to stay in business, and…

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03/20/2020 Paging All Retired Doctors And Nurses Who Can Respond To The COVID-19 Crisis

With the COVID-19 outbreak profoundly affecting hospitals across New York, the New York State Department of Health has put out a call for retired health…

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03/19/2020 This Master List Will Keep You Connected To Lower Manhattan's Food Deliveries

Things change very quickly these days. That’s why we’ve compiled and are constantly updating this living list of Lower Manhattan restaurants and food sources so…

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03/19/2020 Chinatown Restaurants Dedicated To Bringing Deliciousness Right To Your Door

Restaurants across the city have recently shuttered to sit-down service in response to the coronavirus pandemic. That includes the dim sum haunts and bakeries of…

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03/19/2020 Explore A New Downtown Contemporary Art Exhibit From Your Home

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the cutting-edge Seaport District art gallery Anderson Contemporary postponed its new exhibition "A Moment in Time." While responsible and…

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03/19/2020 How To Wash Your Cell Phone

The coronavirus pandemic has presumably made us all experts in proper hand-washing techniques (20 seconds; scrub your whole palm, wrists and thumb; soap up outside…

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