Covid-19 has required some changes for the time being.
Earlier today we covered NYC Weekend Corona Culture. Now, how about some more useful information during these trying times.
What you need to know before venturing back out to see art, from safety precautions to the exhibitions still on view.
September in New York is arguably the best month.
It’s still warm of course, but with the fall quickly encroaching, the possibilities for outdoor activities are pretty much endless! Check out these 50 tips for awesome activities to enjoy all month long.
In the age of Covid-19 this info from City Guide is one of the best sources of info on What’s Happening, even if some are only available in your home, and not in your favorite venue.
The Metropolitan Opera is streaming operas FREE nightly.
The New York Public Library provides access to more than 300,000 FREE e-books and e-audio books.
The New York City Ballet presents a spring digital season.
Virtual programming will keep you connected to the York Theatre Company.
One World Observatory has made One World Explorer, the attraction’s Digital Skyline Guide, available for remote watching. Virtual helicopter tours of the city’s most iconic sites are available now.
The Top of the Rock launches a brief virtual tour on YouTube.
6 podcast series to help you understand New York.Discover the best of New York, from hidden gems to iconic landmarks, through The New York Landmarks Conservancy’s “Tourist in your own Town” Video Series.
You can take a virtual tour of the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room at the Rubin Museum of Art. (You can find two hours of meditative chanting as well, if you’re searching out some respite.) The Rubin has also, for the first time, launched a digital assemblage of more than 300 items from the museum’s collection.
VIRTUAL TALKS, LECTURES, AND EVENTS
Thought Gallery has hundreds of livestream talks, lectures, performances, and more. Check out sessions with celebs, live concerts, and opportunities to learn the latest on everything from science to philosophy to social justice
NYC-Arts Top Five Picks: September 11 – 17 | NYC-ARTS
Wildfires. Jacob Blake. Diana Rigg. London’s bridges. Tilda Swinton. And more.
STAY HOME FOR A BIT LONGER – MASK UP AND STAY SAFE.