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Good morning everyone. This weekend, like the past weekends and many future weekends ahead will be livestreamed. It is what it is, we may as well try and make the most of it.
Before we start, in the great tradition of (temporarily suspended) Best Weekend Bets, some must-reads and resources:

Essential Links and Reads this week:

Friday April 10th

Saturday April 11th

  • Kicking things off in LOL town, most definitely tune in to Comedy at The Covid Arms! Kiri Pritchard Mclean has put this one together in support of comedians and The Trussell Trust, and one of the headliners is our lord and savior Aisling Bea! Action starts at 2pm ET, tickets start at £2 (about $2.50) and you’ve got up until noon DOS to grab ‘em.
  • Speaking of LOL town, Rick Kirkham (the one-time producer of Joe Exotic’s reality show) will be telling HIS side of the bananas dot com Tiger King story starting at 2pm ET via interactive live stream! Tickets are $3.99-$4.99 a pop. This deserves a special gif as well:

photo via SNL on twitter

Sunday April 12th

  • It is EASTER! Really! Washingtonian and DCist both have great lists of places to order your Easter feasts.
  • The main thing we care about today is the return of Killing Eve on BBC America + AMC // SHE IS RISEN at 9PM ET!
  • Try to make some new dishes based on these recipes from our favorite restaurants!
  • 18th and U Duplex diner is hosting a 80s dance party.
  • Tunes-wise, Princess Nokia is also taking the virtual stage for NYX Fest today starting at 6pm ET!
  • AND v. pumped that Marika Hackman’s got a 3pm ET set for DIYsolation Fest! To catch the full lineup, head on over to IG at 9am ET.
  • More into storytelling vibes? Hit up Caveat’s live-streaming situations! First up at 3:30pm ET is Queer Memoir (tonight’s theme is CISHET NONSENSE), and starting at 6:30pm it’s Shoes Off, Mouth Off, a storytelling show with all AAPI storytellers!

Any other suggestions? Ideas? We’d love to hear what you are doing to keep yourself going. Let us know at [email protected]

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