Adam Bello Announces Public Engagement Plan for ARPA Funds

October 17, 2021

On Saturday, Monroe County Executive Adam Bello spoke from the Seneca Park Zoo, announcing the official kick-off of the county’s public engagement efforts to support Monroe’s financial recovery efforts. When describing the theme of the announcement, Bello said it is bringing Monroe County back while planning for the next 200 years. Bello thanked members of […]

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Netflix Fires Employee Over Internal Conflicts From Dave Chappelle Special Grow

October 16, 2021

An unnamed employee from the digital streaming service Netflix has been fired after being connected to internal blowback the company is facing over Dave Chappelle’s most recent comedy special The Closer. This story was reported by The Verge, which stated Netflix employees plan a walkout on Wednesday over transphobic comments made in the special. According […]

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You say, Gospel me – Get Ready for this Show

October 15, 2021

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United Airlines Workers Seeking an Exemption from Vaccine Mandate Granted Delay

October 14, 2021

United Airlines must put their upcoming vaccination mandate to a halt as a federal judge in Texas ordered the airline to do. This order is to temporarily halt its plan to put unvaccinated employees on unpaid leave if they have requested an exemption from the company’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Six United Airlines employees filed a […]

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The Little Requiring Proof of Vaccination for Guests 12 and Older

October 14, 2021

Rochester’s The Littler Theater will be requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all patrons 12 and older starting Oct 20. This requirement will be mandated in less than a week, so those who are seeking vaccinations and would like to attend The Little will not be able to attend until later in November, even if […]

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Disney+ Streaming Service On Pace To Pass Netflix In 2025

October 13, 2021

By 2025 Disney+ streaming service could reach more subscribers than Netflix, according to an analyst’s latest forecast. Research firm Digital TV Research shared the prediction in a report, projecting that the number of subscribers to Disney+ would reach 284.2 million in 2026, down from a 294.0 million estimate the firm had made earlier in the […]

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Drugmaker Merck Asks FDA to Authorize Promising Anti-COVID Pill

October 12, 2021

Yesterday, the Drugmaker Merck asked U.S. regulators, Food and Drug Administration, to authorize its pill against COVID-19. This pill would add an entirely new and easy-to-use weapon to combat the pandemic. If approved by the FDA, a decision that could be made in a matter of weeks, it would be the first pill shown to […]

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Robots Helping Rochester Restaurants

October 12, 2021

You might have seen this all over the internet in bigger cities, but now this new potential wave of the future has hit our beloved Rochester. Yesterday, food service robots were put into action at Henrietta Restaurant Supply. These food service robots can deliver food to tables and use elevators to help places remain efficient […]

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More Than 1,000 Southwest Airlines Flights Canceled This Weekend

October 11, 2021

This weekend, Southwest Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights, blaming the cancellations on air traffic control issues and weather. According to flight tracker FlightAware, Southwest canceled more than 1,000 flights, or 28% of its schedule as of yesterday at 5 pm. This is the highest rate by far of the major U.S. airline cancellations. Southwest […]

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New York Landlords Can Apply For $125M to Cover Unpaid Rent

October 11, 2021

According to Governor Kathy Hochul’s office, New York landlords can apply for $125 million in state funding to cover unpaid rent connected to tenants who were ineligible for the federally funded rent relief program. Landlords are eligible to apply now, and the funding could cover up to 12 months of past-due rent and will be […]

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