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Ever since it opened in 2017, The Hill Bistro struggled to find a dedicated customer base at its 3541 Riverdale Ave., restaurant. But just like so many other small businesses, the coronavirus pandemic delivered a fatal blow to The Hill, forcing it to finally close its doors early last month. more
It’s always been a family affair, but the coronavirus pandemic has taken Stella Borukhova’s pharmacy on an especially rocky “rollercoaster” of a ride. more
It was supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year. But for some people like Jose Santillan, these holidays are expected to be anything but joyful. more
The ever-growing number of empty storefronts is an issue New York City has struggled with for years. And the months-long shutdowns that came with the coronavirus pandemic last year certainly didn’t help. more
The stakes are high. Too high, in fact, when it comes to a proposed men’s homeless shelter at 6661 Broadway for those who live and work close to it. more
Jamaal Bowman has been very clear for months about his position on President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill: He would only give the legislation a thumbs up if it was on the House floor the same time as another massive spending bill, the Build Back Better Act. more
It’s like nap time, but in a more awakened sense of the word. At P.S. 207 in Kingsbridge, students as young as kindergarteners now have a period blocked out on their schedules for dimmed lights, downward-facing dogs and drawing on “kindness rocks.” more
Pearl Tytell joined an aging study nearly two decades ago conducted by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Morris Park in researchers’ efforts to better understand diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia. Pearl joined the study after watching her husband’s rapid mental decline from Alzheimer’s disease. more
Matt Caprioli hopes his words make it easier for people to talk about parts of their family life they’d otherwise rather keep to themselves. And what better way to do it then share his own deeply personal experiences, like he did in his new memoir, “One Headlight.” more
The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t given people too many reasons to smile, but Richard Feldman will almost assuredly have on his face on Nov. 11.  more
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