With high school events being canceled left and right, Chuck Spicuzza knew he had to try and save Steel Valley High School’s prom.
He found a solution under a bridge.
Spicuzza called Emily Wittmer, marketing director at the Waterfront shopping center in Homestead, telling her they were having trouble finding a hall to accommodate social distancing, and needed a larger, preferably outdoor, space.
Jordan Landing, as an open-air shopping center, did not have to completely close during the red phase of the COVID-19 shutdown.
Its open-air layout made shopping easier, more convenient, and safer for the public. Open-air shopping centers like Jordan Landing credit their location, visibility, and access to their properties that possess a diversity of their tenant mix.
Fullerton elementary students picked up their lunches from school like usual last week and were left astonished when staff asked if they’d like a special addition to their meal: a complimentary comic book.
Dozens of menorah-topped vehicles winded though several city neighborhoods Monday night, a spectacle that has become an annual part of the local Jewish community’s celebration of the festival of lights.