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COVID-19, Culture, and Community

Restaurants, theaters, clubs and concert venues are just some of the businesses in our communities being impacted by COVID-19. The pandemic threatens our culture and the places where happy memories are created and new ideas are born. Writers from Eater, MovieMaker, The Guardian and more investigate what we stand to lose and whether there are opportunities to thrive.

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    What We Lose When a Restaurant Closes

    What We Lose When a Restaurant Closes

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    Eater - Jenny G. Zhang

    2020 was supposed to be the 10-year anniversary of New York mainstay Porsena, and the Italian restaurant planned to go big with a slate of community events: a February dinner exploring Italian-Jewish cuisine, multiple chef collaborations, a special May night serving the East Village restaurant’s …

    The Year Live Music Stopped

    The Year Live Music Stopped

    On a cold, cloudy day near the end of 2020, I start walking toward my favorite venue. It’s an empty storefront now, with a loving tribute affixed to the door: a white poster with a cartoon drawing of a tombstone. “Vaudeville Mews: 2002-2020,” the epitaph reads. “Born to lose/Lived to win.” Flowers …

    How Queer Clubbers Created 2020's Biggest Virtual Party

    How Queer Clubbers Created 2020's Biggest Virtual Party

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    VICE - Alim Kheraj

    Even if you didn't virtually attend, you heard about Club Quarantine. We look back over 2020 with the masterminds behind the queer club night. Whether the star guests were Charli XCX or Lady Gaga, Club Quarantine hosted the hottest parties during a year that it was essentially illegal to do so IRL. …

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