Now why are you lying like we weren’t all there???? There was a HUGE “outbreak” of anti-Muslim sentiment & didn’t that kick off what Faux News is today??? 9/11 then Obama running & Faux News (and other networks) being racist…got us to the current maniac in the WH. https://t.co/YSHzpKhCxa … [Read more...] about New York Times writer Paul Krugman’s bad 9/11 tweets have united the country—against him
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Some companies with leases that are ending this year or next appear to be kicking the can down the road, signing short-term extensions rather than committing to typical deals that last several years. In recent weeks, NBC Universal extended a lease for a secondary office at 1221 Avenue of the Americas and the Stroock & Stroock & Lavan law firm did the same for its office downtown. But they both did so for just a year, according to Colliers. A spokeswoman for NBC Universal declined to comment and Stroock & Stroock did not return a call and multiple emails. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 | Manhattan’s office buildings are empty. But for how long?
About 35 of those buildings belong to Related Companies, the real estate firm behind Hudson Yards, an enclave on Manhattan’s west side for the über-rich. The company has been offering a new amenity that feels particularly lux amid a pandemic: at-home testing for COVID-19. Related also has a deal with Mt. Sinai hospital, which has a medical facility at Hudson Yards, to do testing for nearby residents. For the rest of its buildings around Manhattan, Related is paying a team of nurses at Sollis Health to come to its buildings once a week to administer tests. Residents sign up for a time slot and pay for the test through their insurance. Turnaround times have been a quick 24 hours. Dr. Braunstein says Sollis Health is also looking into point-of-care tests so it can run the tests, speeding up results even more. Elsewhere in New York City, the delivery of test results has been less consistent. Earlier this summer, it took some New Yorkers more than a week to get their tests back, … [Read more...] about The hottest new amenity for the rich? On-demand doctors and COVID-19 tests
He started reading about the overproduction of clothing. There are roughly twice as many clothes produced now as there were 15 years ago, each item with its own environmental impact: Making a pair of jeans has a carbon footprint similar to driving 80 miles. Every year, people throw away clothing worth around $400 billion. And, of course, many more clothing items just hang in closets, unworn. “The average woman has 57 items in a closet that she doesn’t even wear once a year,” Alphons says. He decided to launch a new platform, called Wardrobe, to make more use of those clothes. Starting first with women’s clothes, it lets women rent out their unworn clothing, with neighborhood dry cleaners serving as distribution hubs. It’s like Rent the Runway, but the company owns no inventory itself. … [Read more...] about This new clothes-sharing platform lets you borrow clothes from someone else’s closet
“By introducing the first-ever nonstop service between the two international technology hubs, Bengaluru and San Francisco, we are proud to open up new opportunities for both business and leisure travellers,” said Marcel Fuchs, United’s Managing Director International Sales. … [Read more...] about United Airlines to connect Delhi-Chicago, Bengaluru-San Francisco with new flights