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Even as coronavirus roils the city, signs of New Yorkers’ grit and resolve can be found across the five boroughs.
Reporters for THE CITY captured images showing how neighbors are trying to lift spirits with words amid one of our most challenging periods.
A socially distant birthday message aimed to cheer up an Inwood resident.
The Upper West Side’s Dakota Bar let customers know that the drinks will flow again someday.
Ask not what your doctor can do you for you, but what you can do for your doctor.
An Ozone Park White Castle suggests it takes a village to keep feeding people during a pandemic.
A Kensington Yehsiva offered needed meals.
DSK beer garden in Fort Greene was still selling comfort food and brew after bars were forced to close.
An Inwood dollar store offered free protective gear to educators.
A Sunnyside community group used new school and old school ways to reach people in need.
Signs of Spring in Clinton Hill called for having a little faith.
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