‘We’re Coming for You’: For Public Health Officials, a Year of Threats and Menace

Anna Maria Barry-Jester   April 25, 2021 [Editor’s note: This article contains strong language that readers might find offensive or disturbing.] SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, Calif. — Dr. Gail Newel looks back on the past year and struggles to articulate exactly when the public bellows of frustration around her covid-related health orders morphed into something darker

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March 24th, Join Cornell Tech in “Ghost Road: Beyond the Driverless Car”

The Jacobs Institute Urban Tech Hub at Cornell Tech2021 Mobility Roundtable   March 24, 12pm to 1:15pm The Ghost Road:AVs and Urban Mobility Markets   Industry titans Alphabet, Amazon, and GM are on the verge of rolling out robotaxis across North America. Cities struggled to respond to the rise of ride-hail. Are they better prepared for the restructuring

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Meet Your Mayor: Find the Candidates Who Say They’ll Build the Future NYC You Want

Ann Choi, Will Welch, and Mónica Cordero, THE CITY This article was originally publishedon Mar 21 at 10:07pm EDTby THE CITY THE CITY is asking City Hall contenders where they stand on tough decisions — and helping you find the mayor who best matches your own positions on the issues. Voters heading to the polls

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Naomi Imbrogno: A Roosevelt Islander’s Appeal for Solidarity with the AAPI Community

Dear Friends and Neighbors, As a long-time resident of our beloved diverse and multi-cultural Roosevelt Island, I am appalled and outraged at the shocking massacre that took place in Atlanta on Tuesday. It is evident that the mass murderer chose the majority of his victims based on their race (Asian) and gender (female), no matter

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