Jazz double bass player Henry Grimes carried away by the Covid-19

The jazz world has not been spared this virus. April 17 died in Harlem the double bass player Henry Grimes, free veteran who had yet come a long way, having survived a life almost on the street. It was in the early 2000s that the native of Philadelphia (1935) reappeared after more than three decades […]

lack of personal protective equipment

Authorities alerted to the urgent need for supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) for the city’s hospitals. Similarly, they insisted that every minute is vital to obtain them and to save lives. We have the report, live from Elmhurst, one of the neighborhoods most affected by the pandemic. Visit the NY1 News page with our […]

Caroline Wells Chandler, skillful hooks

Merry psychedelic drills explode on the walls of the Eric Mouchet gallery in Paris (VIe). Woven on a crochet hook with a thick thread, these funny creatures, sort of shaggy elves, straight out of Caroline Wells Chandler’s imagination, dance in circles, make entrechats, levitate and spread their legs, a bit exhibitionist. Vulva, anus and penis […]

Sources – NBC New York

A crew member of a cruise ship that was delayed in New Jersey after more than two dozen of its passengers were examined to detect the coronavirus was found dead on the ship due to what appears to be an unrelated cause, police sources say. . More than two dozen Chinese citizens traveling aboard the […]

Health officials – NBC New York

What to know It was reported that three people in New York City had possible coronavirus symptoms. Health officials said one person was admitted to Bellevue Hospital and the other two went to hospitals in Flushing, Queens The CDC had not published the results of their tests at 10 p.m. Sunday Three people in New […]