Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Joe Laurinaitis , better known by his wrestling persona Road Warrior Animal, has died. Later, she observed how many of the white residents of her housing co-op in Clinton Hill left the city to hunker down in their second homes. When her two children returned to local public school recently it was disclosed that the student roll had tumbled from 1, children to Despite all that, Blackstock says she has no intention of going anywhere.
This city may be agonizing in its inequalities, cruel in its demands, and maddening in its complacency — but at least it is hers. We understand the uniqueness of this city, what it means to live here now and long after the pandemic has gone.
New York. New York's not dead, but pandemic has laid bare deep-seated problems. Shabazz Stuart is a businessman who lives in a shared house in Crown Heights with seven roommates.
Follow NBC News. One of the players was journalist Richard Carriero. He opened his Yahoo! News story about the festival with his experience playing the game. He wrote:. We get the second—we know that we both want to be cremated. My wife partially guesses correctly my typewriter but with my literal bent of mind, I fail to guess hers: her memories. Stephanie West Allen was stunned when her significant other suddenly died in She hardly remembers the funeral and still feels badly about being unprepared.
Ten years later, she watched her husband struggle to pull together a meaningful funeral for his mother, who had left no directions before she died. Cactus aficionados, don't get left in the dust with this quiz on desert plants. Find out if you have the knowledge to survive this prickly foray into the desert! And the big borrowers and lenders may need a bailout of some sort or face mass bankruptcy. Who knows what will happen? There are almost , college students spread out through NYC.
Will they require remote learning? Will kids be on campus? It turns out: a little bit of both. Some colleges are waiting a semester to decide, some are half and half, some are optional.
But we know this — there is uncertainty, and there is hybrid. Not so fast. Many bought those student apartments as a way to make a living. So now it ripples back to the landlords, to the support staff, to the banks, to the professors, etc.
Yes, it does. Downtown, where I lived, was destroyed, but it came roaring back within two years. Such sadness and hardship — and then, quickly, that area became the most attractive area in New York. And in and , there was much suffering during the Great Recession, and again much hardship, but things came roaring back.
I was born there. I love everything about NYC. I want back. In , average bandwidth speeds were 3 megabits per second. Before: no remote work. After: everyone can remote work. The difference: bandwidth got faster. People have left New York City and have moved completely into virtual worlds. Wall Street can now stretch across every street instead of just being one building in Manhattan. We are officially AB: After Bandwidth.
Remote learning, remote meetings, remote offices, remote performance, remote everything. Everyone has spent the past five months adapting to a new lifestyle. Nobody wants to fly across the country for a two-hour meeting when you can do it just as well on Zoom. Everyone has choices now. You can live in your hometown in the middle of wherever. And you can be just as productive, make the same salary, have higher quality of life with a cheaper cost.
Businesses move on. People move on. It will be cheaper for businesses to function remotely — and bandwidth is only getting faster. Wait for events and conferences and even meetings and maybe even office spaces to start happening in virtual realities once everyone has spread out from Midtown Manhattan to all over the country. The quality of restaurants will start to go up in all the second- and then third-tier cities as talent and skill flow to the places that can quickly make use of them.The Walking Dead: Season 10 Premiere Table Read Get a behind-the-scenes look as the cast reads the script for the premiere episode of Season S10, E86 Comic-Con @ Home Panel The cast and creators discuss Season 10 and answer fan questions during a virtual .