2020 Census

No. 432: Prescription strength, making census, name that emu – and #hashtag, you’re it

  Home run: Pick ’em up and put ’em down, dear reader – it’s Friday and you’re rounding third on this latest summertime trip around the socioeconomic bases. It’s gonna blow! It’s Aug. 23 out there, and if you had Mount Vesuvius getting a rumbly tummy on this date in 79 AD – on the feast day of Vulcan, Roman god of fire, no less – correctamundo! Twenty-five silver denarii for you. Better spend it…


In the 2020 Census, LI’s best chance to make it count

By GREGORY ZELLER // A coalition of Long Island lawmakers and activists is spreading the word about the 2020 Census – and its critical importance to the Island’s economic future. The Health and Welfare Council of Long Island has joined with the Office of the Nassau County Comptroller to create the Long Island Counts 2020 Census FAQ Report, a 12-page primer on the forthcoming April 2020 national census – the 24th in U.S. history and…