“They’re staying at a friend’s house. They’re staying with an aunt. They’re not staying at Park Street station at one o’clock at night freezing.”
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INK RUNS DRY: TATTOO ARTISTS FEAR SIGNIFICANT HIT FROM CORONAVIRUS
“We’re the definition of hands-on workers. We’re pretty much breathing the same air as our customers.”
COMIC BOOK INDUSTRY AND SHOPS BRACE FOR CORONAVIRUS CATASTROPHE
“Maybe we’ll see readers come out of this with a reinvigorated interest in comics, maybe it’ll be a fresh start and an end to the cynicism that comes with comic book and movie fandom these days.”
10 CONTEMPTIBLE CORONAVIRUS HEADLINES FROM THE CONSERVATIVE PRESS
Some of us have noticed that the Trump supporters in our lives and on our timelines are sounding increasingly absurd. So we checked up on some of the places where they get their information from, and holy cow.
SMALL IS BIG: MUTUAL AID IN A TIME OF FEAR, BLAME, AND INACTION
Projects that either people have initiated, or that could use those with time or resources to get started.
WHEN ALL YOUR JOBS ARE CANCELLED BY CORONAVIRUS
Barbers who are also touring musicians. Cosmetologists who wait tables at night. What it’s like to be doubly and triply screwed by COVID-19.
COLLECTING PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT DONATIONS IN THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS
“Every hospital I have volunteered with the last few days has a strong plan in place to treat the sick and is maintaining a strong positive, hopeful spirit.”
MORE COVID-19 COVERAGE BY ALTERNATIVE MEDIA FROM COAST TO COAST
Now let's again turn to more than 100 other weekly cousins across the US for critical info. United under the Association of Alternative Newsmedia (AAN) banner, we are survivors who are well equipped to cover this sort of complete mess.
CAMBRIDGE SITUATION REVEALS HOW CORONAVIRUS EXPOSES DIGITAL DIVIDE
Coronavirus is pushing us from our workplaces, classrooms, and public spaces into our homes. High-speed internet is more essential than ever to maintain social ties. But millions are denied this fundamental right.
FORCED OFF CAMPUS, STUDENTS SCRAMBLE FOR SHELTER IN MERCILESS MARKET
From cases where landlords hiked the rental price of apartments and living spaces by 30 to 40% in less than a day, to violations of Boston’s five-or-more rule, problems persist.