Blog Posts on this date: "July, 2020"

07/08/2020 Ampia, Gnoccheria’s Greenhouse Rooftop Bistro, Is Now Open

Indoor dining is still verboten in the city, but Michele and Anisa Iuliano figured out a workaround above their restaurant Gnoccheria. This week, the couple…

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07/06/2020 The Staten Island Ferry Has Resumed Its Pre-Pandemic Schedule

The city’s greatest free form of transportation is back to full strength. With New York City’s Phase III now in action, the Staten Island Ferry…

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07/06/2020 ‘I Wanted To Get Some Business, And Get My People Working Too’: Carlos Correa On Reopening El Toro Mexican Grill

When the pandemic hit New York in March, Carlos Correa shut down El Toro Mexican Grill, his popular restaurant at 69 New Street. Eventually, he…

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07/06/2020 Dog Runs And Recreational Areas Are Open. Here’s What You Need To Know.

With the city beyond its Phase 3 reopening, New Yorkers can access dog runs and recreational areas. In Lower Manhattan, that means your furry family…

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07/02/2020 'Everyone's A Little More Patient With Each Other,' Says PATH Train Engineer

Elena Clarke’s job is to make sure people get where they need to go. She’s a PATH engineer, and she’s been working all through the…

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07/01/2020 PPE Vending Machines Are Coming To Subway Stations

For those traveling to and from Lower Manhattan, the MTA announced a pilot program for PPE vending machines — stocked with reusable face masks, gloves,…

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