COVID

Summer in the City

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From secret lairs to Covid lessons not learned in 20 minutes flat.

From FAQ NYC
On July 13, 2022
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A Glance into the Everyday of COVID

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This is a No Man is an Island film review written in collaboration with Cinema Escapist, as part of coverage of the International Film Festival Rotterdam. Keep an eye out for more!

From No Man Is an Island
On April 12, 2022
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A Month’s-End Associated Press (AP) Photographic Celebration Of: OMI/OMNI

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Hmm Weekly's monthly mission to use up The Brick House Cooperative's unused monthly allotment of Associated Press photos continues.

From Hmm Weekly
On December 1, 2021
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Is There Life After Politics?

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New York Times city hall reporter Jeff Mays talks with Chrissy and Katie about what life after city hall could look like for Mayor Bill de Blasio, Documented engagement reporter Rommel H Ojeda talks with Harry about New York’s tapped-out $2.1 excluded worker fund, and Low Life author Lucy Sante reads an epitaph for the cities that were.

From FAQ NYC
On October 13, 2021
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I stared at M, admiring his new post-lockdown haircut

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Through the rolled-down window of the cab I saw the myriad hues of a September morning in Delhi slowly returning to the look and rhythms of pre-covid times.

From Popula
On October 6, 2021
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ALONE TOGETHER: NAVIGATING ONLINE THERAPY DURING COVID-19

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For Nigerians seeking therapy, two options exist: IRL and URL. Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu describes her experiences with both.

From Tasteful Rude
On September 24, 2021
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Some Films Find You

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Jafar Panahi made Taxi, his seventeenth film, in 2015, despite the fact that the director has been under a government-imposed 20-year ban from filmmaking for “spreading propaganda against the system.”

From Popula
On September 21, 2021
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Between Infodemic and Pandemic: The Paranoid Style in Taiwanese Politics

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Conspiracy theories are apparently a side effect of the Delta variant in Taiwan

From Popula
On July 22, 2021
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COVID in San Quentin

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Most of the population at San Quentin was 'vaccinated' through surviving the virus last summer

From Popula
On April 5, 2021

Newsom Called on the Companies Lobbying Him to Fund His Pandemic Response

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Newsom requested $226 million in donations in 2020.

From Sludge
On February 23, 2021
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Corporate Lobbyist Bailout: DENIED

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A startup watchdog group beat back legislation that would have allowed corporate trade groups that lobby the government to access PPP funding.

From Sludge
On December 31, 2020
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DIAGNOSIS IS MURDER DEP’T.

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BACK IN LATE November and early December of 2019 (the Before Times), I came down with what I thought was a bad cold. I had a maddeningly parched and scratchy throat that kept me awake in bed, plus an intermittently uncontrollable dry, hacky, non-productive cough along with an odd heaviness in my lungs.

From Hmm Weekly
On March 24, 2020
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