'We're Together Whatever Way It Is': Families Finding Ways To Make Virtual Thanksgiving Work With COVID Cases Spiking Across CountryExperts say that coordination and cooperation is key.
Basketball Coach Aims To Grow Sport Via Zoom As Young Athletes Are Stuck At HomeLocal athletes will soon be able to return to practice, but one coach is growing the sport of basketball over Zoom. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports Coach Chiene Joy Jones, Athletic Director at Promise Academy, is making a push to empower a younger audience: girls ages 5 to 9.
Virtual Clubs Helping New York's Nightlife Scene Stay Alive While Still Social DistancingOrganizers want the vibe online to feel like the real thing. That means there's a $10 cover charge, private tables, a wait to get in, and even a dress code.
LI Community Raises Thousands For Coronavirus Relief Charities Through Online Bingo With Celebrity AppearancesThe first week, about 140 families joined. By this Sunday, the number was up to 360.
'Not Even A Pandemic Can Stop Our Love': Army Specialist Set To Be Deployed, Fiancee Get Married With Guests In Attendance Via ZoomThe couple, not knowing if social distancing orders would be lifted by the time he returned, decided there's no time like the present.
Coronavirus Update: Parents Frustrated By Lack Of Consistency With Remote Learning As DOE Bans ZoomSome parents believe the DOE should have known about Zoom's potential issues long before now.
Coronavirus Update: NYC's Department Of Education Wants Schools To Stop Using Zoom Video Conferencing Service Over Security ConcernsZoom began offering its premium video conferencing service to schools for free during the coronavirus pandemic, but hackers have been disrupting meetings.
Concerns Growing Over Zoom Bombing As Hackers Interrupt MeetingsExperts say failing to enable security features not only opens you up to online trolls, important information can be stolen from your business meetings.
FBI Warns About Hackers 'Zoom-Bombing' Online Class Videoconferences With Porn, Hate Speech MessagesVideo conferencing is surging in popularity while the coronavirus pandemic keeps people at home, but so are reports that hackers are trying to disrupt those meetings. The FBI said Monday that two Massachusetts schools have been the victims of “Zoom-bombing” this month.
Zoom to Zum SchneiderGentlemen, it’s time to break out the lederhosen. That’s right; a real Oktoberfest is coming to New York, and more specifically to the East River and 23rd Street.