A look at Connecticut’s restaurant industry, which employed 10% of residents pre-pandemic; in New Jersey, protesters demand visitation rights in nursing homes as Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) update guidelines.
A six-part comedy-drama about idle gossip gone awry in a picturesque British fishing village.
Charles Dickens characters from different books live in the same London neighborhood in Dickensian, a new drama on THIRTEEN.
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President Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus package was approved on March 10. New York extends the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to age 60 and up.
Explore Hemingway, gender, and identity with highlights from the series and conversation with filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, poet and memoirist Mary Karr, and literary scholar Dr. Marc K. Dudley, moderated by writer Lisa Kennedy.
Proposals sought for long and short form documentaries that are in production phase or near complete. Deadline: April 16.
Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine receives FDA approval; hotel workers are now eligible for the vaccine; Dr. Anthony Fauci’s pandemic prognosis.
Tina Turner and Dolly Parton in live concerts, a performance by Renée Fleming, a look back at Loretta Lynn’s life and songs, plus a film on dancer Twyla Tharp.
The House prepares to vote on a coronavirus relief package; the first South African COVID-19 variant case in Nassau County; new vaccine centers in Brooklyn and Queens for underserved zip codes.