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Eco-park Jungle Island is now offering free virtual workshops for kids
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Eco-park Jungle Island is now offering free virtual workshops for kids

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You can now virtually tour these Miami museums for free
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You can now virtually tour these Miami museums for free

Browse through a treasure trove of digital media from your couch

These Miami gyms are now offering online classes that you can stream from home
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These Miami gyms are now offering online classes that you can stream from home

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Bummed you’re not at Ultra this weekend? A new SiriusXM channel brings the rave to you.
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Bummed you’re not at Ultra this weekend? A new SiriusXM channel brings the rave to you.

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Digital drag shows are now a thing thanks to this hardworking Miami queen
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Digital drag shows are now a thing thanks to this hardworking Miami queen

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The Metropolitan Opera is streaming free performances every night again this week
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The Metropolitan Opera is streaming free performances every night again this week

The Metropolitan Opera is giving at-home audiences an encore with another week of streamed performances of Live in HD. This week, it's all about Wagner. By tuning in to metopera.org at 7:30pm each night, you'll be able to catch seven of the composer's operas, including the full Ring cycle (starting on Tuesday, March 24). Each production stays viewable until 6:30pm the next day. You can find the full schedule below.  "While Wagner’s operas often depict destruction and strife, they also offer hope for redemption and rebirth—a message that resonates now more than ever," The Met Opera said in its announcement.  You can also access the streams through the Met Opera on Demand apps for Apple, Amazon, and Roku devices and Samsung Smart TV. The announcement is the latest since The Met said that it was canceling the remainder of its 2019-2020 season, which was set to conclude on May 9. "We’re doing the best we can under a horrendously difficult situation," Peter Gelb, the company’s general manager, told the New York Times. "As far as our union employees are concerned, we are trying to do the best we can by them, given the financial constraints that we have." The schedule for Wagner Week is:Monday, March 23: Tristan und IsoldeTuesday, March 24: Das RheingoldWednesday, March 25: Die WalküreThursday, March 26: SiegfriedFriday, March 27: GötterdämmerungSaturday, March 28: Die Meistersinger von NürnbergSunday, March 29: Tannhäuser

Use your new indoor free time transcribing rare documents for the Library of Congress
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Use your new indoor free time transcribing rare documents for the Library of Congress

It's easy to while away the hours inside your apartment watching feel-good shows or trying to make headway on some spring cleaning, but if you're looking to do contribute something, the Library of Congress will have you. The federal cultural institution is asking for help in transcribing thousands of significant written and typed documents, from Rosa Parks' writings to personal writings of the leaders of the Women's Suffrage Movement and more. The "By the People!" program lets you choose what papers to transcribe and you don't need any experience to do it. If transcribing Rosa Parks's writings, you'll find that she was loving, compassionate, and nonjudgmental in the relationships that mattered most to her, according to the Library of Congress. You can also explore the papers of leading suffragists such as Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Anna E. Dickinson, read through letters to President Abraham Lincoln or transcribe historical legal documents written in Spanish. You don't need to sign up to try it, you just type on the page next to the document. When you're ready to submit, tag it with keywords and then sign up to edit your text. So if you're up to both learn and help further society's understanding on a historical event or leader, now's your chance to contribute.

Marie's Crisis is staying open as a virtual piano bar every night
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Marie's Crisis is staying open as a virtual piano bar every night

The show tunes are going on at Marie's Crisis. And everyone at home can sing along. The coronavirus crisis has forced the beloved West Village piano bar to close its doors for now. But in a typical display of communal spirit, the Marie's Crisis staff is soldiering on. Every night on the Facebook page Maries Group, the talented pianists who would normally be playing at the bar will be live-streaming their sets to audiences at home. All you need to do to be part of the nightly festivities is apply to join the group; it is normally closed, but is currently accepting all applicants.  Marie's has been a New York institution for as long as anyone can remember. It doesn't look like much: a small, crowded basement on Grove Street, with colored lights strung from the ceiling and portraits of Broadway's greatest divas on the walls. But the place has bona fide history. (Revolutionary War pamphleteer Thomas Paine once lived in the building!) One of the city's rare remaining refuges for group singing of show tunes around a piano, it is a second home to some of New York's most fervent musical-theater devotees. It's a parallel-universe Cheers, where everybody knows not only your name but also the complete score to Little Shop of Horrors. In the virtual version of Marie's, the pianists' shifts are earlier than they would be under normal circumstances. The first shifts run from roughly 4pm to 7pm daily; the second shifts go from about 7pm to 9:30pm. The pianists play for hours at a time, tak

Take a trip to your favorite NYC museums with these virtual tours
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Take a trip to your favorite NYC museums with these virtual tours

Coronavirus has NYC practically on lock down with closures of Broadway theaters, bars, restaurants and museums. While you can still get take out and even cocktails to go (hooray!), no one has quite figured out how to eat or drink digitally at your favorite restaurants. That’s not a problem for several of NYC’s major museums, however, that are all offering virtual tours through their collections and exhibitions—all for free and all from the comfort of your couch. Available in partnership with Google Arts & Culture, the tours feature images from various collections and, in some cases, walkabouts through parts of the museum via street view. So if you’re getting tired of Netflix, and want to try something more culturally enriching, here are some of the online experiences you should definitely check out. The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Some 200,770 objects covering 5,000 years of art history await you at The Met online, which lets you browse the entire collection, and visit online exhibits like, “The Art of Music through Time,” which includes audio of the curators weighing in on the historical instruments on display. There are also street view tours of various galleries at the Met and the Met Breuer. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night, Paul Cézanne's Still Life with Apples and Henri Rousseau's The Sleeping Gypsy are just some of the 129 modern masterpieces from the Museum of Modern Art that you'll find on Google Arts & Culture, along with online exhibit

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is offering head-spinning virtual tours of its grandest spaces
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art is offering head-spinning virtual tours of its grandest spaces

With almost everything shut down as a result of coronavirus, cultural life in NYC as we know it has pretty much moved online. Theaters, dance companies and The Metropolitan Opera are streaming performances, while comedians are hosting weekly joke parties on Google Docs. And let's not forget New York's museums, which are offering all manner of online features and virtual tours. That includes The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, of course, which certainly has got web-feature game, especially with The Met 360° Project. The program comprises videos covering six of The Met's most popular attractions and spaces, including the magnificent Neo-Classical Grand Hall, the Gothic Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park, the more than 2,000-year-old Temple of Dendur and more. All of the videos are shot with something called spherical 360° technology, which allows you to shift your point of view up, down and around in all directions. The result can seem downright trippy, especially since each sequence is accompanied by a super-mellow ambient sound track. You can see the videos on YouTube with multiple devices, including your smartphone (which you move up, down and behind you to see all directions), your computer (using your mouse to scroll around) or your VR headset. As experiences go, The Met 360° Project is pretty cool and offers the added bonus of art appreciation. So check out the videos, which we've embedded below. Grand Hall The Cloisters The Temple Of Dendur The Met Breuer The Charles Engelhard

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Little Havana Food and Walking Tour in Miami

Sample plantain chips, flan ice cream and other Cuban dishes as you stroll the nabe

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The best museums in Miami to get cultured
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The best museums in Miami to get cultured

Dive in to art in Miami with our guide to the best museums

Art Deco Miami and South Beach’s most beautiful buildings
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Art Deco Miami and South Beach’s most beautiful buildings

Check out the beautiful façades of these architectural wonders

The best comedy clubs in Miami to make you laugh out loud
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The best comedy clubs in Miami to make you laugh out loud

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28 reasons why Frost Science is worth every penny of its $28 ticket
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28 reasons why Frost Science is worth every penny of its $28 ticket

Dollar for dollar, it’s the best time you’ll have in Miami

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Time Out Market Miami will close temporarily from March 16
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Time Out Market Miami will close temporarily from March 16

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Take a tour of Time Out Market Miami
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Take a tour of Time Out Market Miami

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A guide to the Time Out Market Miami eateries

Get the scoop on the 18 eateries—and three bars!—inside TOMM

18 reasons to visit Time Out Market Miami right now
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18 reasons to visit Time Out Market Miami right now

Time Out Market Miami is here to satiate South Beach with the best dishes and drinks

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Here are the best things to do on a rainy day in Miami—no umbrella required
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Here are the best things to do on a rainy day in Miami—no umbrella required

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A guide to farmers’ markets in Miami
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A guide to farmers’ markets in Miami

Make sure your kitchen is stocked with fresh veggies by paying a visit to your neighborhood farmers’ market 

Relax and unwind

The most gorgeous swimming pools in Miami
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The most gorgeous swimming pools in Miami

Find a cabana and settle in

The best gyms in Miami to get you ready for the beach
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The best gyms in Miami to get you ready for the beach

Keep your fitness goals in check with barre exercises, boot-camp training, Pilates and more

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Indulge in all sorts of mind- and body- healing treatments that relax and recharge

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Head to these top polish parlors for quality results and service

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The best things to do in Miami with kids

These top Miami attractions offer entertainment and endless fun

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Tons of wet and wild environments to keep you cool year round

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