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              While many people sit out July 4 due to Nashville Mayor John Cooper’s COVID-19 restrictions, social justice organizers are planning yet another rally in the city Saturday. Teens For Equality will meet at Nashville’s Bicentennial Capitol Mall Park Saturday at 4 p.m. Central, members of the group said on their Twitter page. July fourth protest by @ teens.4.equality on Instagram! That is where you can find more details! Hope to see you all...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Don’t expect all Phase 3 businesses to swing open the doors Monday just because Governor Charlie Baker has given them the green light. Theaters are included in the group. At Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, directors are opening shipments of protective gear and awaiting an order of clear plastic barriers for the front counter. They aim to be back in business by the end of July. The Brattle Theatre in Cambridge will not reopen Monday. (WBZ-TV) “We really...
    Coronavirus — The CdMx government secretary indicated that there will be sanctions for businesses that do not respect hygiene and social distancing measures, which are up to 15 days suspended. Regeneration, July 3, 2020. Through a press conference, the head of the Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, reported that the opening will be postponed until next Wednesday. Likewise, she indicated that Mexico City will continue at an orange light. Sheinbaum indicated that efforts should be made to avoid...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The pandemic has taken the sizzle out of many Fourth of July celebrations. But city council members in one town voted unanimously to go ahead with a traditional fireworks display. Lions Park in Ham Lake will host the city’s 4th of July fireworks display. Come dusk on Saturday, families, practicing social distancing of course, will join food and beverage trucks on-site for a fireworks show. “Everybody likes fireworks, my son is excited for fireworks,” said Kerry Glidden....
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — After George Floyd’s death, many galvanized to financially support and donate to Black-owned businesses. Here in Minnesota, one type of business did not have any all-Black owners — until now. WCCO’s Marielle Mohs introduces us to two women filling a void in the Twin Cities. “I feel strongly that now is the time to open it,” Dionne Sims said. Sims simply manifested her dream into a tweet on June 15, 2020, that reads “Minnesota doesn’t have a black-owned...
    Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) announced a statewide order on Thursday requiring businesses to refuse to serve customers who do not adhere to the statewide mask order, which begins July 7. Businesses “may not serve any customer, services or goods, if they do not comply with the state-wide face covering” under the proclamation — a requirement originally confined to Yakima County. Inslee is attributing the statewide mandate to a spike in coronavirus cases across the state. “The better we can protect...
    PELHAM PARKWAY, the Bronx (WABC) -- Black small business owners in New York City say they are being hit with aggressive enforcement and fines from the NYPD and other state agencies.Kirvens craft beer bar in Pelham Parkway was just big enough to employ a few locals and make a modest living for its owner until a marked NYPD police cruiser started parking out front.When you have days where you have paltry sales and people are staring from across the street,...
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Heading into Memorial Day weekend, Californias mood was celebratory. The state had avoided dire predictions of a coronavirus surge, hospitalizations were starting to decline and restaurants and most other businesses had reopened.As July 4th approaches, the mood has soured. Infection rates and hospitalizations are rising fast. Most bars have been ordered closed along with inside dining at restaurants. Many beaches are off-limits or have restrictions to limit crowds. Fireworks shows are canceled and Gov. Gavin Newsom is...
    A Lowertown artist said she had a mission as she painted a mural on a store’s boarded up windows — she wanted the message to be about the need for more conversation about racism in the wake of George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis police custody. But the painting came to an end before it was done. Olga Nichols said the owner of the business — Adam’s Market on 5th Street, between Jackson and Robert streets — gave her and a...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Loop is slowly getting back to normal after vandalism and COVID-19 left the neighborhood nearly empty and at least 45 businesses damaged.RELATED: Chicago businesses board up as protests turn violent EMBED More News Videos Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has imposed a curfew starting Saturday night after violent protests erupted across the city. The Chicago Loop Alliance said there was a 32% increase in foot traffic during the week of June 15 compared to the week prior....
    Daniel Milian, from right, Miguel Martinez, and Laura De Armas chat as they relax on South Beach in Miami Beach, FL on Friday, June 19, 2020.The Washington Post MIAMI — The mayor of Floridas most populous county has issued a new overnight curfew and will close some businesses that reopened in June. Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez says the 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew begins Friday night and will be in place indefinitely. The order closes casinos, movie theaters and...
    A Joe Biden campaign ad features a woman who says President Donald Trump “left the American people behind” in his handling of the coronavirus outbreak — without mentioning a relief loan she received to keep her business afloat. Tiffany Easley, owner of NV My Eyewear, an optometry and eyewear store in Philadelphia, PA, received a $27,000 forgivable loan from the federal government via the administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). She was profiled in Billy Penn, a Philadelphia-based news media outlet....
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe “You Ain’t Black” Biden seems to be trying to brand himself as a champion for small business. He recently released a social media ad featuring a small employer who claims that the Trump administration has left behind small businesses and that Biden would be a “partner in the White House.” One glaring problem: As the Free Beacon reports, the firm featured in the ad wasn’t left behind but received funds from the Paycheck Protection Program devised and championed by the...
    By FREIDA FRISARO, Associated Press MIAMI (AP) — Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said hes instituting an overnight curfew and closing some businesses as the countys number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalization rates continue to rise. Gimenez said Thursday night that the 10 p.m.to 6 a.m. curfew, which begins Friday, will be in place indefinitely. It begins on Friday night. The order closes casinos, strip clubs, movie theaters and other entertainment venues a month after they were allowed to reopen. “This...
    This week, Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Congress that, based on the current trajectory, the United States is likely to see 100,000 new cases of COVID-19 infection per day in the very near future. Because he has to choose his words carefully to avoid antagonizing an administration that would have clearly preferred to get rid of him months ago, Fauci doesn’t play the “blame game” directly. He tends to express himself in generalities when it comes to criticizing the national response to the pandemic....
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- More businesses, including casinos and boardwalk amusement rides, reopened in New Jersey Thursday, ahead of the 4th of July holiday weekend.Meanwhile, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city is developing multiple plans and contingencies for a safe return to school in the fall.The mayor says 75% of parents surveyed want to send their kids back to school in September, and precautions being taken include daily deep cleaning of schools, face covering and social...
    SAN JOSE (KPIX) — The county that enacted the first stay-at-home order in the Bay Area took a major step in reopening its economy Thursday. “This marks the end of a phased reopening and the beginning of a new stage,” said Santa Clara County public health officer Dr. Sara Cody. “We need to adapt. This virus has adapted to us and we need to adapt to the virus.” Instead of naming specific businesses that will be allowed to reopen, Cody...
    MONTROSE (CBSLA) — The Cracking Crab in Montrose was preparing for a busy 4th of July weekend. On Thursday night, it was hard to ignore that the tables remained empty once again. A sign that reads “now open for dine in” has been tucked away, and owner Kevin says he’s not sure how much longer he can run a business this way. “You don’t get the true dining experience,” he said of take out, adding “and with things like seafood,...
              U.S. Senate candidate Manny Sethi criticized Nashville Mayor John Cooper Thursday after the mayor announced the city would revert to Phase Two of its planned reopening after COVID-19. “This is lunacy,” Sethi said in an emailed press release. “Mayor Cooper is more interested in shutting down Nashville’s economy than he is in leading. He was more than willing to join mass protests and allow riots, only to pivot now to closing down Nashville,...
              Nashville Mayor John Cooper shows double standards and enforces bad COVID-19 policies upon the city, staff at the Beacon Center of Tennessee said Thursday. Beacon is a right-of-center think tank. Staff criticized Cooper in an emailed press release. “The Mayor has been completely inconsistent and derelict in his duty when it comes to enforcing existing rules, allowing some businesses to openly flout the law and marching with large groups of people himself in violation of his own...
    ALLEGHENY COUNTY (KDKA) — The new restriction on bars and restaurants in Allegheny County comes at a time when many small businesses are already struggling. For one week, the Allegheny County Health Department is forcing bars, restaurants and casinos to close amid a surge in coronavirus cases. Activities and events with more than 25 people are also canceled. Takeout and delivery are still available, and the closures began Friday at 12:01 a.m. Over the last two weeks, the state health...
    This week, Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Congress that, based on the current trajectory, the United States is likely to see 100,000 new cases of COVID-19 infection per day in the very near future. Because he has to choose his words carefully to avoid antagonizing an administration that would have clearly preferred to get rid of him months ago, Fauci doesn’t play the “blame game” directly. He tends to express himself in generalities when it comes to criticizing the national response to the pandemic....
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Heading into Memorial Day weekend, California’s mood was celebratory. The state had avoided dire predictions of a coronavirus surge, hospitalizations were starting to decline and restaurants and most other businesses had reopened. As July 4th approaches, the mood has soured. Infection rates and hospitalizations are rising fast. Most bars have been ordered closed along with inside dining at restaurants. Many beaches are off-limits or have restrictions to limit crowds. Fireworks shows are canceled and Gov. Gavin...
    Miami — The Florida Department of Health has confirmed 6,563 new cases in the last few hours across the state. In total, 158,997 infections have already been counted and the health authorities warn that the worst may be to come in the coming days. The situation could be more critical in the south, where more COVID-19 positives are being recorded. Health officials had already alerted him: the reopening of the economy, the relaxation of the measures and non-compliance with...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — There’s a cry for help from businesses in Sacramento County, which are now facing another round of closures. The new guidance officially went into effect Thursday at 3 p.m., which means restaurants are now left to scramble to find a solution to survive. For 26 years, Tapas The World Restaurant has called midtown home. Executive Chef Marcos Murillos has been there for two decades and officially bought the place in his name on January 1st, 2020. “Six...