Covid-19 has required some changes for the time being.
Earlier today we covered NYC Corona Culture. Here is some more useful NYC information.
New York Family is a site that is real surprise. Sure, it has lots of good stuff for kids, but also lots of good stuff for adults. You should regularly check out what they are up to, especially this Fall Foliage info while the weather is still so nice.
“With Fall just around the corner, the city will soon be filled with classic autumn colors. In this list, we provide an updated version from our previous leaf-peeping post containing new COVID-19 guidelines that parks are following. All of these will be open for the season that you can visit at any time or with reserved time tickets. Make sure to check each website for specific information.”
Some other useful information about things to do in NYC:
WFUV-FM 90.7 is my fave local radio station. Noncommercial, member-supported with a format of adult album alternative music, WFUV is doing it’s best to keep us connected to our music with a comprehensive, updated list of live music online.
WFUV Live Online (November 12 – November 18)
11/12 – Lucinda Williams, Lu’s Jukebox In Studio
11/12 – Kim Gordon discusses her book, No Icon, with Carrie Brownstein
11/12 – Gloria Gaynor, Summerstage Anywhere
11/13-14 – Iceland Airwaves: Of Monsters and Men, Ásgeir, Emiliána Torrini and Friends, and more
11/13 – Dolly Parton‘s Comin’ Home for Christmas
11/13 – Elvis Costello Q&A
11/13 – Trey Anastasio from the Beacon Theatre
11/14 – Save Tip’s for Tipitina’s: Jon Batiste and Stay Human w/Trombone Shorty, Willie Nelson, Tank & the Bangas, Galactic, Pres Hall Jazz Band
11/14 – Brendan Benson and band from Nashville
11/15 – Hollis Brown, “50 Years of Getting Loaded, A Tribute to the Velvet Underground” via City Winery
11/15, 11/22 – Punch Brothers from Nashville
11/16 – Emmylou Harris and Friends ft. Marty Stuart
11/17 – Sylvan Esso, “From the Satellite” concert
11/17 – San Fermin from Le Poisson Rouge
STAY HOME FOR A BIT LONGER – MASK UP AND STAY SAFE.