“To have New York closed right now is not going to bode well for the immediate future of the industry,” Doris Domoszlai-Lantner, a fashion and textile historian, said. “Same with Milan and Paris. If you’re working within an industry that is affected by a crisis such as COVID-19, it makes sense for you to then contribute to alleviate the situation so you can get your industry back to normal as soon as possible.” … [Read more...] about The Fashion World Mobilized When AIDS Struck. Now It’s Coronavirus.
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"He arrives every day at 6 a.m., fixes issues big or small, is responsible for any changes that you see when you come to Eli Cannon's now," Rocco LaMonica said. "He is the most popular employee by far as the staff loves to converse with him and get stories out of him about my younger years. We have 10 tenants upstairs and 30 employees and all are directed to talk to Steve first about issues and problems involving the restaurant. It would be almost impossible if he didn't come on board to join us. My dad had worked at his previous job for 30 years and once we bought the restaurant, he immediately came over to join us in our venture(s)." … [Read more...] about Eli Cannon’s Closes, Lays Off Staff Amid Coronavirus Concerns
“Firing Zeimer was a stupid thing to do,” says Dr. William F. Bertrand, Wisner, professor of Public Health at Tulane University, an epidemiologist with long experience on response to AIDS and Ebola in Africa. “We need to know the threats of potential disease. I worked with some of the people in [Ziemer’s] group. The planning was based in part on the Famine Early Warning System I helped develop in the 1980s—a surveillance system for famine that looked at agricultural and meteorological data to the point where we can now predict mosquito outbreaks. We don’t know why influenzas slow down in summer; but you get the kind of protection that wasn’t there in yellow fever epidemics.” … [Read more...] about Trump Copies New Orleans’ Tragic 1853 Yellow Fever Playbook
“He has a huge and overwhelming connection to Gaga but whether it becomes a real love story in their lives for all the world to see is premature,” People reported Thursday, citing an entertainment source. “The rumors about Bradley and Gaga having a love affair didn’t help especially with his constant travels [promoting the film].” … [Read more...] about Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga share an ‘overwhelming connection’: report