By Geneva Abdul Cineworld, the parent company of the U.S. movie theater chain Regal Cinemas, announced on Tuesday that it would reopen its cinemas in…View More As lockdowns ease, Regal Cinemas will reopen after six months.
The closing of beloved bookstores is the latest in a series of blows to the neighborhood’s cultural vibrancy, a long decline accelerated by the pandemic.…View More In the Latin Quarter, Paris’s Intellectual Heartbeat Grows Fainter
By Gregory Schmidt and Gillian Friedman Fry’s Electronics, a big-box retailer that nurtured a generation of do-it-yourself tech fans and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, announced on…View More Fry’s Electronics, a favorite of tech enthusiasts, will cease operations.
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Erick Ortiz lay in a hospital bed just before Thanksgiving, struggling to breathe. Unable to see his family, he texted his wife, concerned about his…View More A Dying Teacher, Worrying Over Students to His Last Breaths
The pandemic has changed my relationship with my teens. By Kristen Howerton Ms. Howerton is the author of “Rage Against the Minivan.” One recent Thursday,…View More Opinion | I Hate the Mom That Covid Has Made Me
MEXICO CITY — In early December, the pandemic was roaring back in Mexico City: After declining over the summer, the virus was spreading rapidly, hospitalizations…View More Mexico Misled Citizens About the Severity of the Outbreak in its Capital
[Want to get New York Today by email? Here’s the sign-up.] It’s Monday. Weather: Rain, and then later in the day a mix of rain…View More Restaurants Forge Ahead Without Indoor Dining
The manager of a Staten Island bar who has repeatedly and flamboyantly defied New York’s coronavirus restrictions hit a sheriff’s deputy with his car early…View More After Defying Virus Rules, Bar Manager Drives Car Into Sheriff’s Deputy
As winter turned to spring, the coronavirus hit a corner of Queens harder than almost anywhere else in the United States. Thousands fell ill. Hundreds…View More The Epicenter
The mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, said early Tuesday that the city would reopen a coronavirus testing site at Union Station, a major transit…View More Los Angeles Reverses Decision to Close Virus Testing Site for a Film Shoot
Patty Smyth, the husky-voiced lead singer of Scandal, known for its 1984 love anthem, “The Warrior,” would not have put out her first solo album…View More How the Singer Patty Smyth Spends Her Sundays
ALBANY, N.Y. — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo accused the U.S. Supreme Court of political partisanship on Thursday after the justices narrowly rejected his coronavirus-based restrictions…View More Cuomo Attacks Supreme Court’s Emboldened Majority Over Virus Ruling
Three percent. It is the most important number in New York City right now, a critical threshold that triggers restrictions by state and local governments…View More New York City Hit a 3% Positive Test Rate. Or Did It?