Starting in August, we will send a sleek new biweekly print edition to members, alternating with a street edition that will also print 26 times a year.
As for whether it’s a good or bad idea to have indoor dining, or outdoor drinking areas ... what can I say? Frankly, it’s out of my hands at this point.
The report noted “substantial problems in the leadership and management,” and found “a disturbing pattern of allegations of violence toward citizens by a small number of officers.”
Whether or not it is prudent to reopen, there is yet another epidemic raging that must be considered, and of course that is the problem of police violence.
The continued distance between the white LGBTQ+ community and LGBTQ+ communities of color has a historical antecedent.
We compared the CDC's earlier guidelines advising gatherings to the governor’s instructions limiting places of worship occupancy to 40%. Baker, no doubt, was under pressure not to be "too prescriptive."
None of the segments or articles amplifying the push to reopen restaurants sought input from a medical professional or anyone else who might suggest that opening the doors next week is reckless.
From investigative reports to music and arts writing, we killed it yet again. Long live alt-weeklies!
To date, Eataly has 584 employees, 23 part-time and 561 full-time, filling nearly 100 different positions in five departments.
I’m glad this column has allowed me to shine a light, however small, on the ills that plague the city. But we need more voices like mine, and more willingness to take risks.