Why NYC’s Restaurant Scene is Guaranteed to Bounce Back
It won’t matter whether the shutdown ends by Easter 2020 or Easter 2021. Once the plague has passed, New York City will have as many places to eat as before, and as many seats, customers, chefs, cuisines, and employees who were, in the blink of an eye, stripped of their livelihoods three weeks ago. This is not magical thinking.
We can’t guess where we’ll be in six months — or next week. But if history’s any guide — and if New Yorkers do what we’ve always done — we’ll again share tables together from Belmont to Bensonhurst.
Amid COVID-19 pandemic. The countdown to your dream wedding day may be a little longer with all of the restrictions and social distancing in place amid the coronavirus pandemic. Brides and grooms have to make a decision on whether or not they want to push their wedding day to a later date. Here are some tips to keep in mind when postponing your wedding day.
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New Jersey officers serve up Pizza Day to cheer up residents. As cabin fever and anxiety set in across America, a team of Toms River New Jersey police officers tried to restore a sense of calm through a town-favorite comfort food: pizza.
Stimulus Package Brings Relief to Most Student-Loan Borrowers. he CARES Act includes a 6-month payment pause and interest waiver for certain federal student loans that are owned by the U.S. Department of Education. The payment pause ends on September 30, 2020.
If your federal student loans are eligible, you do not need to do anything to pause the payments on your eligible loans. The payment pause and interest waiver will be automatic. You do not need to apply for the payment pause. However, you should login to your student loan account to confirm that interest has stopped accruing on your student loans.