Blog Posts on this date: "April, 2020"

04/24/2020 Tune Into Congressman Nadler's Town Hall On Small-Business Relief 

Congressman Jerry Nadler is hosting a virtual town hall for Small Business relief in the face of the coronavirus pandemic Monday, April 27, at 6p.…

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04/24/2020 In The Arts And Out Of Work? Here Are Benefits You Should Check Out.

With concert halls shuttered and film shoots on hiatus, artists and performers are finding themselves seriously strapped for cash. Thankfully, unemployment insurance has opened up…

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04/24/2020 Travel Back In History With Ellis Island's Passenger Database

Between 1892 and 1954, more than 12 million immigrants came to the United States through Ellis Island, a little strip of land in New York…

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04/23/2020 Cedar Local’s Telly Liberatos On Bringing Happy Hours Home

Cedar Local (25 Cedar Street) is usually a popular spot to knock back a few drinks after work. The dim lighting and modern ambiance provides…

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04/23/2020 A Town Hall To Help Small Businesses Figure Out What To Do Next

If you’re uncertain of how to manage your business in this very uncertain time, the US Chamber of Commerce and Inc. will be hosting a…

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04/22/2020 Fill Out The Census As If Your Health Depended On It (Because It Does)

Medicaid. Medicare. Community health centers. Children’s health and nutrition. Reproductive health resources. So much depends on the 2020 Census. When you fill it out, you’re…

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04/21/2020 Hotlines To Help New Yorkers With Legal Advice — For Free

In the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, many New Yorkers are facing untenable bill collection and difficulty navigating unemployment insurance, Medicaid, SNAP and other programs. Public and…

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04/21/2020 Five Ways To Simplify Applying For The Paycheck Protection Program

UPDATE, Sunday, April 26: Late last week, Congress passed $484 billion to support small businesses and hospitals, and for COVID-19 testing. Of this, $310 billion is…

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04/21/2020 Facebook's Small-Business Grant Application Now Open To New York City

Facebook is offering $100 million in cash grants and advertising credits to assist small businesses whose revenues have been directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.…

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04/21/2020 Zoom Etiquette: How to Stop Staring at Yourself And Other Tips

Work meetings, happy hours and other “face-to-face” social gatherings come with a whole new set of dos and don’ts now that video conferencing tools like…

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