Without the raft of faces every day on my commute, at restaurants, at work, and with the loneliness resulting from limited communal time under social-distancing practices, phone calls with friends and family have been essential.
Stay Home takes on a particular meaning in a two-career household with both parents working from home and two children going to school via virtual learning in a country still in lockdown (we aren’t hiking or biking or taking walks—we aren’t even permitted to walk around the block).
We now interrupt your regularly-scheduled panic about burning forests, melting sea ice, and smog-choked air with a bit of good environmental news: the ocean will soon be a little cleaner.
The pontiff’s message was intended for believers and otherwise. Coronavirus knows no religion. “We find ourselves afraid,” the pope added. “And lost.”
Long before Marie Kondo, there was this NUVO story that never made it online. We felt that it was fitting with the season and the circumstances to post an excerpt of this essay. From the archive, one woman’s experience with finding inner peace through spring cleaning.
March 25 marks the first annual celebration of #Dantedi, when Italy will celebrate Dante Alighieri in an outpouring of cultural appreciation.
In light of recent events, the two brands have teamed up and recruited artist Mandy Stobo to create a series of limited edition T-shirts in honour of the three women in public health and politics combating the COVID-19 pandemic.
A look into the different ways Instagram users are finding the silver linings, helping others, and spreading inspiration during the COVID-19 crisis.
He has called on his suppliers and others in the industry to help out people working break-neck hours to combat the pandemic.