Love in the time of the coronavirus is tricky. It seems inconceivable that anyone would be able to flirt with a stranger—let alone meet them—and then start dating at a period when most of us are indefinitely stuck in our homes. But New York City-based photographer Jeremy Cohen and his neighbor Tori Cignarella have done it—and with a great meet-cute story to boot.
During this uncertain time, many of us are relying on our community to help us get through it.
While people around the world are practicing social distancing (aka physical distancing)
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the current news cycle on COVID-19, you’re not alone. We could all use some uplifting content right now. That’s why The Office star John Krasinski (who played Jim) decided to create his own news channel on YouTube, aptly called Some Good News (SGN). Dedicated to featuring nothing but positive stories, Krasinski reminds us that “no matter how tough life can get, there’s always good in the world.
The Sikh Center of New York has been doing what it can to spread love and kindness during the current...
Healthcare workers around the globe are stepping up in this time of crisis and providing critical care as the number...
While we sit at home in an attempt to curb the spread of COVID-19, many of us are taking to social media to… well… socialize. From online art challenges to virtual home gigs, the Internet allows us to come together and show support to one another during the current crisis. One person to recently share something special with his followers is Sir Patrick Stewart. He’s been soothing our worried minds by reciting daily Shakespeare’s sonnets.
With the threat of COVID-19 compelling many from around the world to stay at home, artists are sharing coloring pages...
Life has completely changed for many people during the global coronavirus lockdowns.
As cities and entire countries go on lockdown in an attempt to “flatten the curve” and slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, gyms are off limits. This is a blow for those whose routine it is to hit the treadmill or lift weights, so people are finding that they need to get creative when it comes to keeping up their fitness.
As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps across the globe, more and more countries are asking their populations to make sacrifices.
Racist graffiti rears its ugly head in urban environments around the world.