We’re here to talk about challenges, disappointments, and triumphs during the COVID pandemic. How It affects all aspects of our lives including family, health, politics, the economy, and more. But life goes on, and we'll talk to our guests about how they are coping and what they are doing to survive. No judgments, just honesty, which will help us all relate and realize we are not alone.
Small Businesses Confront Covid: A Freelance Hairstylist Shares Her Story
Connie Corwin describes her journey from the corporate world to the beauty world and tells what it's like to have her own freelance business during the pandemic.
Small Businesses Confront Covid: Gina Le Salon
Gina Le, owner of Gina Le Salon and pioneer in New York City's Meatpacking District shares her story of survival.
During Covid, If We Need to Reach Out, Who Will Listen?
New York psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker Lisa Bilander-Gray gives us insights into how Covid has changed her relationships with her clients.
Shooting a Documentary During the Covid Pandemic
Entertainment attorney Laverne Berry talks about the challenges of filmmaking during the pandemic and how some documentary filmmakers have come up with innovative solutions.
You Can Take a Bite of the Big Apple in Spite of Covid
Real estate agent Todd Alexander of the Corcoran Group gets into the nitty-gritty of what's happening now in the New York City real estate market.
"All the World's a Stage"--But Not All Venues are Dark During Covid
Actor, producer, and cinematographer Johnny Tammaro shares his ups and downs over these last months and how he keeps the creative juices flowing during Covid.