NEW YORK — Serena Brennan, 25, a social worker at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, has been spending her days — many of them without a mask — tending to patients who have the coronavirus.
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PORTLAND, Maine — There’s no denying Tissue Plus is on a roll.
NEW ORLEANS — Another major event for New Orleans has postponed bringing thousands of people to the city and New Orleans has launched a drive to get personal protective equipment into the hands of first responders as the nation continues to fight the COVID-19 global pandemic.
ELGIN, S.C. — With South Carolina's first coronavirus hot spot just a short jaunt up the highway, Johellen Lee hadn't been out for anything but groceries for nearly a month.
The arts in Philadelphia have always been an important part of not only the city’s identity but also its cultural landscape. In this era of coronavirus craziness, several local artists are doing their part to make sure that doesn’t change. Pennsylvania Ballet First Soloist Nayara Lopes is on…
Alicia Rivera visits her community garden every other day. It’s a comforting routine at a time when coronavirus has disrupted so much of her life.
Museums in Delaware may be closed due to COVID-19, but museum lovers can still enjoy virtual tours to keep entertained during the governor’s stay-at-home order.
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is sticking with its crowd friendly waiver of entrance fees at national parks during the coronavirus pandemic, as managers at some parks try and fail to keep visitors a safe distance apart and communities appeal for a shutdown at the parks still open.
"Keep calm and carry on." "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." "Don't worry, be happy."
While we are stuck inside and social distancing, there are still things we can do from our mobile devices and desktops at home:
On Tuesday, the Philadelphia Cultural Fund announced $2.93 million in arts grants to 349 arts organizations in the city. The money comes at a time when many arts venues have little to no revenue due to forced closures.
If you’ve been to the store in the past few weeks, then you know that hand sanitizer has been one of the hardest items to come by.
As schools across Pennsylvania just extended coronavirus closures into April, many families are trying to keep some semblance of routine during a prolonged period of being effectively quarantined.
We all are negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. It has resulted in scary times. One of my friends claims that the government is not telling us the truth; that there is no coronavirus problem. He believes the government is unwilling to tell us that there are aliens from outer spac…
The Lov'n My Curves runway show featured local plus size designers, boutique collections and National Plus Size retailers. Curvy ladies and Big & Tall gentlemen strutted their stuff down the catwalk wearing designs from Motiff, Proud Muslimah, Mylk and Honey Clothier and more. The show a…
A Wedding Story
Mackenzie Mercedes Muscat and Mario M. Benoit were married Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, at the Falls Manor Catering and Special Events in Bristol, Pennsylvania. Rev. Williams Fishman and Rev. Philip Sciscione were the officiants. Red was the wedding color. The flowers, which were white and red,…
Offering an experience that expands students’ interest in music, challenge them in academics and prepare them for their future is what students find most appealing about the Girard Academic Music Program (GAMP).
The annual Philadelphia UNCF Mayor’s Masked Ball has been one of Philadelphia’s signature events and biggest fundraisers helping to provide college scholarships. Nationally, the UNCF (United Negro College Fund) actively supports 37 private historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs)…