It does not get more Washington Heights than Coogan’s. More than just a bar, Coogan’s was a haven for this diverse, vibrant and hardworking community for over 35 years. It was an Irish bar that was also Dominican, Black, Jewish, Mexican and so forth. It was the Uptown version of Cheers.Read More »
Coogan's está oficialmente cerrado a los negocios. La casa pública de Washington Heights cerró temporalmente sus puertas el 17 de marzo. Los propietarios anunciaron el lunes 20 de abril que el cierre es permanente.
Until recently the number of deaths from COVID-19 were reported by hospitals. But that doesn’t tell the whole story. Nursing homes and assisted living facilities have also seen a fair amount of deaths in recent weeks.
No one is allowed to visit the thousands of New Yorkers hospitalized with COVID-19. Dr. Jenny Chang saw many patients admitted without cell phones, leaving them out of touch with those they need most. Chang is a resident physician at Jacobi-Montefiore’s Emergency Room.
New benefits agreement for family of fallen transit workers
Nuevo acuerdo para las familias de trabajadores del tránsito caídos
New Yorkers under orders to wear masks in public
Neoyorquinos bajo órdenes de usar mascarillas en público
Estos son tiempos inciertos y no sabemos qué traerá el futuro. Lo que hacemos con nuestro tiempo es importante, ya sea cuidar a los demás en un trabajo necesario, tratar de educar a los niños mientras trabajamos desde casa o centrarnos en ese libro...
Martin Englisher has seen a lot. For over four decades, Englisher has served at the YM & YWHA of Washington Heights and Inwood (the Y), an organization with an astonishing 103 years of history in Northern Manhattan.
City Council to hold first-ever remote stated meeting
El Ayuntamiento celebrará la primera reunión de forma remota
Blood treatment was a bust for Craig Spencer. In 2014, Spencer became Patient Zero – New York City’s first Ebola patient. Outbreaks of Ebola, a rare but deadly virus, most commonly surface in sub-Saharan Africa.