Tomorrow clouds thicken up as the day progresses, but temps will be above normal by a few degrees at 82. We cannot rule out some showers, especially south of the city as we tap into a little tropical moisture feed from the Atlantic. … [Read more...] about New York Weather: CBS2’s 9/8 Tuesday Night & 9/9 Wednesday Morning Forecast
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A muggy and cloudy night is upon us as waves of showers pelt the coast. These showers will slide to the north and give us the risk for off-and-on rain Thursday. Temps only drop into the low 70s overnight, and we remain in the 70s most of the day. Do not expect any sunshine tomorrow, and please DO grab the umbrella if you venture out. … [Read more...] about New York Weather: CBS2’s 9/9 Wednesday Night & 9/10 Thursday Morning Forecast
Marcy Richardson is hanging on, but only barely, and she's both angry and illustrative of how the pandemic has upended artists' lives. A classically trained opera singer who lives in Brooklyn, she honed a second specialty as an acrobat and has worked steadily for years in variety shows and high-end burlesque, with avant-garde troupes such as Bushwick's Company XIV and event producers including Susanne Bartsch. Now, as the $75,000 she made last year as a singing aerialist goes to zero, Richardson, 40, doesn't understand why government aid has not been solidified to help sustain backbone-of-the-city steady earners like herself. … [Read more...] about New York City can’t rebound without Broadway. And Broadway’s road back is uncertain.
“This was a win-win for all involved. The goal of our organization was always to improve the conditions of not only our community, but the lack of resources these men were receiving. We are grateful to the Department of Homeless Services and Mayor de Blasio for responding to our concerns, as we are grateful that these men will now be in a more appropriate environment. The Upper West Side still has more work to do, but this is a tremendous first step,” the organization said. … [Read more...] about Upper West Side Divided After City Opts To Move Homeless Residents From Hotel Lucerne
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