Pre Covid-19 we searched the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening, primarily on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you didn’t have to.” We made it as easy as 1-2-3.
Covid-19 has required some changes. Stay Safe.
Earlier today we covered Corona Culture. Scroll down the site for a bit to find it. Now, how about some more useful information.
“The next phase of recovery is close enough that we can already begin speculating about a transformed world. A Fortune look at the future of live theatre this week anticipates Broadway shifting from long-running tourist-friendly fare to productions that target New York City and tristate audiences. Look for star vehicles, limited run specials, and more of the successful concert vehicles we saw over the last couple of years. As streaming grows, the global audience for theatre will likely grow with it. The city’s demographic is changing, too, and that will shift audience tastes. (Despite 3.5 million departures, the city didn’t lose population in the pandemic; but those that left were replaced by people making less money.)”
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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 (December 24 – December 30)
12/23 Blind Boys of Alabama Christmas Show
12/23 Chilly Gonzales, “a very chilly christmas” with Jarvis Cocker and Feist
12/23 Tennis, “Solo: In the Void”
12/26 Georgia Come Alive, benefit feat. Dave Matthews, Tank and the Bangas, Foo Fighters
12/28 Loudon Wainwright III home session
12/29 Christmas at the Windmill with Kae Tempest, Squid, Black Midi
12/30 Patti Smith, annual birthday concert
Online concert calendar and links at wfuv.org/livestreams ============================================================== Here is some more useful information for your NYC holiday season: