Lily Ng, 36, who runs a vegan grocery store on the edge of Chinatown, said she has many Black customers and is sympathetic to protesters’ demands — but she also has police officers in her family and feels uncomfortable with calls to defund the NYPD. … [Read more...] about New Yorkers survived the coronavirus. But will they stay for what comes next?
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For many years, the building was run as a cultural and historical center by one man — Ted Trkla, a second-generation Serbian who was born and raised in South St. Paul. But it never caught on with locals or the Serb community across the state and was rarely visited. … [Read more...] about Bringing life back to South St. Paul’s ‘Forgotten Hall’
This is what makes Wallace and NASCAR’s actions so shocking to a lot of people, myself included. We know what that flag stands for and how dear a lot of people hold it. As sports continue to open up, we’ll see what it stands for and what it holds dearly. … [Read more...] about The NFL. NASCAR. George Floyd has inspired a sports reckoning too. Will it last?
However, Ivan Alarcon, who said he is the business development director for Zazil spoke to KPIX and said that they did not expect the number of people who showed up to Santana Row once outdoor dining was allowed again. Alarcon said that they learned a lot the first week they reopened, and began to remove tables and chairs. He said they also hired security guards to enforce social distancing and mask-wearing. … [Read more...] about Santa Clara County Leaders React to Crowded Santana Row Restaurant, Warn of New Shutdowns
Even for those who worry that it is too soon to be in public places, the allure of good music and cold drinks can be too much. For months, 28-year-old Lexie Palermo had been religious about social distancing. On Friday, she met up with a few friends for dinner, then planned to head home for yet another quiet night in. Instead, the group found itself drawn to Bevvy, one of two dozen bars located in downtown Scottsdale. … [Read more...] about Partygoers have been packing Arizona bars. Now the state is a coronavirus hot spot