What happened to gun buybacks in New York City?
ALBANY, N.Y. (December 5, 2019) - New York State Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker today declared that influenza is now prevalent in New York State. This announcement puts into effect a regulation requiring that healthcare workers who are not vaccinated against influenza wear surgical or procedure masks in areas where patients are typically present.
Events. The New York Public Library offers 93,000 free programs a year across its 92 locations, from author talks and performances to exhibitions. Meet your favorite author, hear a live concert, or find something new at the Library.
Phillips presents GAME CHANGERS on 10 December 2019 in New York, featuring the Marlon Brando 'Apocalypse Now' Rolex GMT-Master, the Jack Nicklaus Rolex Day-Date, rare and important chronographs by Patek Philippe and more. Auctions. Land, Sea, Sky: Online Auction; Editions Contemporary: Online Auction; Tailor-Made: Fashion Photographs from the Collection of Peter Fetterman; The Geneva Watch.
New York Events Note: New Yorkers and visitors are being urged to stay home and keep a safe distance from others in public to help slow the spread of coronavirus. Please check with event organizers and venues when making plans as events are being canceled and postponed as long as restrictions on large gatherings are in place.
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Seberg is inspired by true events about the French New Wave darling and Breathless star, Jean Seberg (Kristen Stewart), who in the late 1960s was targeted by the FBI because of her support of the civil rights movement and romantic involvement with Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie), among others. In Benedict Andrews’ noir-ish thriller, Seberg’s life and career are destroyed by Hoover’s.
A half century after New York City's first Pride march, historians and activists look back at the roots of a grand tradition. Throughout the 1970s marches were organized across the country toward a revolution in gay rights; at one end of the decade New York City's inaugural Pride march was held in 1970. At the other end, Washington D.C.'s first National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay.