You’re more than likely familiar with our weekend guide, but there’s still a lot to mark down on ye olde calendrier during the weekdays. Hence this pocket guide! We’ll cover everything from tunes to books to art to…you name it, basically; if it’s virtual, and good, we’re gonna talk about it:
For starters, NEW YEAR NEW YOU!
Wanna get into journaling in 2021? Join Brooklyn Brainery’s $20 course at 6pm ET on Tuesday.
You can also going on a zen note w/ Phillips Collection’s free guided meditation at 12:45pm ET on Wednesday.
Leaning into plant-based vibes? Learn how to make vegetarian dishes that don’t suck on Thursday at 6pm via Brooklyn Brainery’s $25 class.
Or if the occult is more your jam, hit up Catland’s virtual New Year New You: Spiritual Hygiene and Self Care for 2021 class at 7pm ET on Saturday, and/or The Witch’s Cycle of Manifestation at 7pm ET on Sunday; both are $20.
Then, moving into T-T-T-T-TUNES…
On Thursday we’ve got Sunflower Bean going live via LPR TV at 9pm ET (tickets are $14 a pop, or grab a month pass to all LPR TV shows for $19.99), plus Lord Huron will be taking to NoonChorus at 8pm ET for $18.
A BIG ONE not to miss is A Bowie Celebration on Friday; tickets are $25, show starts at 9pm ET, and the evening is set to include appearances from Anna Calvi, Duran Duran, Trent Reznor, Macy Gray and more.
On Saturday, make sure to tune into a new round of donation-based Safe in Sound ft. performances from Girlpool, Chloe Moriondo and Julie Byrne at 7:30pm ET. You can ALSO scope Phantom Planet streaming via Veeps at 9pm ET for $12.
And on Sunday, The Jayhawks are doing a big ol’ covers show starting at 4pm ET. Tickets to that’ll run you $20+.
In the realm of talks…
I mean, MOST importantly, be sure to tune into 92Y’s Bridgerton convo (ft. Phoebe Dynevor, Nicola Coughlan, Adjoa Andoh and Claudia Jessie) on Wednesday at 7pm ET. You can also catch Books Are Magic’s presentation of One of the Good Ones: Maika & Maritza Moulite, Ibi Zoboi and Vladimir Duthiers on Wednesday at 7pm ET; free w/ registration!
On Thursday, meanwhile, you can scope Koa Beck talking White Feminism with Rebecca Carroll; this is ALSO a Books Are Magic-presented conversation, and it’s free to attend w/ registration.
Or if you just wanna watch new TV…
History of Swear Words hits Netflix on Tuesday, while Dickinson S2 comes to Apple TV+ on Friday!