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No. 518: In which pipers pipe, pilots soar and Lazarus rises – and an LI biotech cures COVID (maybe)

  Onward and upward: Welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, as the national pandemic, the coast-to-coast heat wave and our universal drive toward socioeconomic greatness all press on, undaunted. DeFina point: It’s July 22 out there, and before we dive in, a nod to reader Michael DeFina, who wrote to let us know our recent rundown of new outdoor gaming investments at Jones Beach confused the history of the state park’s Boardwalk Café with that of…


No. 480: On coronavirus, coronavirus and coronavirus – and introducing our 2020 Master of Innovation

  Don’t worry, we washed our hands: Put ’er there, dear readers, and welcome to Wednesday, as we hurtle the hump of this latest busy (and blessedly spring-like) winter workweek. It’s March 4 out there – St. Casimir’s Day, honoring the patron saint of Poland and Lithuania, and National Pound Cake Day, celebrating the world’s most versatile cake. Strong language: It’s also National Grammar Day, a celebration of proper written and verbal grammar, desperately needed…


No 393: Cuomo’s big budget, Wei Yin’s smarter entrepreneurs and the prototypically helpful MTRC

  Welcome to the show: Hello and happy Wednesday to you, dear reader, as we speed toward the back nine of another busy workweek. Welcome especially new newsletter subscribers Ron, Mindy, Lauren, David, Nicholas, Christine, Dianne, Liz and Connie. Lace up, kids – you join us on National Walking Day, the American Heart Association’s first-Wednesday-of-April reminder to stretch those limbs once in a while. A.K.A. “Think Twice Day”: April 3 is also National Don’t Go…