'Attempted Security Threat' Disables Software at Some New York Schools
The outage in a platform used by teachers and students has caused another disruption for a system that has had its share amid the pandemic.
'A journey through the past': lost music of the Palestinian uprising is restored
s Covid-19 swept across the world in the spring of 2020, Mo'min Swaitat, a Palestinian actor and filmmaker living in London, found himself stranded in his hometown, the West Bank city of Jenin.
The Best Cheap Gym Memberships In London For 2022
But sky-high prices and hard-to-get-out-of contracts can often be off-putting especially in January - no wonder many of us decide against it and prefer to go running or cycling in the great outdoors instead.
3 things you need to convince investors of your startup's disruptive potential
Dozens of pitch decks rush into investors' mailboxes daily. If you ask what the founders usually emphasize, it's - unsurprisingly - a "we're disrupting the market" claim.
Readers find a 'welcoming space to all' at Gather Here in Cambridge
"[I]nvesting in each person who is dedicating their time to a creative journey shows and is reciprocated."
At Gather Here, the mission is in its name.
Renters' advocacy group concerned about Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board's online transition | CBC News
A renters' advocacy group is raising concerns about a move by the Ontario board responsible for adjudicating disputes between landlords and tenants to transition much of its activity online, saying the digital shift will disadvantage those without easy access to technology.
Bed Stuy Co-Living Debuts With Fun Furnished Digs Starting at $1,270 a Month | Brownstoner
A New York-based developer recently started leasing a co-living building in Bed Stuy that could potentially double gross rents per unit as well as provide reasonably priced, flexible furnished living spaces to people transitioning in and out of the area.
3 Safe Diet Tips for Kids
One of the biggest challenges facing parents today is keeping their kids healthy.
First 500 launches website that "elevates and celebrates" Black women in architecture
American architect Tiara Hughes has launched the First 500 website, an online platform dedicated to showcasing the work of Black women architects working in the US.