MON-WEDS, 6/22-24: SKINT EARLY WEEK

monday

everything you need to know about today’s phase 2 reopening in nyc: gothamist breaks down the details on outdoor dining, in-store retail, salons and barbershops, offices, and more, with reduced capacity, physical distancing, and mask requirements. >>

what the fact?! daily trivia: june 22, 1913: on this day, a new york times article on portmanteaus coined the word ‘alcoholiday,’ defined as ‘leisure time spent while drinking.’ discover more weird and unusual moments from history with what the fact?! 365 strange days in history.

mon thru thurs: new york philharmonic concerts in the parks @ home: prep your own home picnic for four musical days celebrating the free annual summer series, culminating in a broadcast with luciano pavarotti, andrea bocelli, joshua bell, and newly recorded philharmonic performances. facebook and youtube, free. >>

mon 7pm: hannibal lecter: book collector: morbid anatomy presents an illustrated lecture by washington university rare book librarian elisabeth brander about what sort of books might be collected by hannibal lecter, thomas harris’s fictional serial killer and arts aficionado. zoom, $8. >>

mon 7pm (weekly): butterboy: the comedy show helmed by jo firestone, aparna nancherla, and maeve higgins with dj donwill returns with ron funches (comedy central), marina franklin (conan), judah friedlander (30 rock), deanne smith (james corden), and violet gray. presented by littlefield. youtube, $5 (a portion of proceeds from tonight’s show will benefit the okra project). >>

mon 8pm: the psychology of relationships: relationship coach and author dr. marisa t. cohen delivers a science-based talk on human connection, attachment, and communication, outlining how participants can apply this science to their own relationships. zoom, pay-what-you-want ($5+ suggested). >>

mon 8pm: isn’t she funny: the stand-up comedy show with a dude-free lineup features jess salomon (fallon), caitlin reese (comics watching comics), and vanessa lince. hosted by carly montag, emily walsh, and marisa riley. dudes and non-dudes welcome. zoom, free (rsvp). >>

mon 8pm (thru 7/14): new york city ballet all-balanchine program: nycb raises the barre with streams of landmark works by choreographer george balanchine, including excerpts from the 2004 balanchine 100 centennial celebration, the 1978 production of coppélia, and more. presented by lincoln center. free. >>

mon 8pm: out now live virtual pride event: party with elton john, indya moore, billy eichner, antoni porowski, tituss burgess, carly rae jepsen, and more during them’s pride bash. complete with performances, talks, storytelling, and educational vignettes, the event will honor the lgbtq+ community’s progress from the 1970s to now, with a focus on the legacies of black trans women and queer people of color. youtube, free (donations encouraged to benefit the ali forney center). >>

tuesday

tues thru 7/14: back at home: the orchestra of st. luke’s presents an online festival featuring four bach-to-bach weeks of more than 30 video releases of orchestral, chamber, and solo performances with interviews, articles, and more. free. >>

tues 2pm (+ 6/30): baking at home with judith: learn to bake your own yankee cornbread, cornsticks, pancakes, corn muffins and other treats with the help of silver moon bakery founder judith norell. donations for the series will be used to prepare baked goods for healthcare workers at local hospitals. zoom, $10 suggested donation. >>

tues 2pm (+ 6/25): live with carnegie hall: the online series featuring live musical performances, storytelling, and conversations with world-class artists continues with performances by conductor and pianist yannick nézet-séguin (tues) and opera singer isabel leonard (thurs). free. >>

tues 5pm: cultivating mindfulness through deep listening: how can we bridge our differences with kindness and compassion? learn how to practice mindful listening and increase awareness, understanding, and trust in your relationships during a workshop led by author, coach, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (dei) expert valerie brown. presented by the krame center. zoom, free ($10 suggested donation to making-visible). >>

tues 6:30pm (tuesdays thru 9/8): sunset salsa: normally held in person at hudson river park’s pier 45, instructor talía castro-pozo will lead online salsa dance lessons and virtual celebrations each week on facebook. free. >>

sponsored: tues 8pm: underground manhattan: the history of the new york city subway system: it’s right there under your feet, but how much do you really know about new york city’s subway system? virtually explore one of the oldest and largest public transit systems in the world with transit expert and tour guide gary dennis. $10. >>

wednesday

weds thru sun: the homebound theater project: a volunteer cohort of homebound actors and playwrights unites to raise money for no kid hungry with a series of evening performances. this week’s plays, centered on the theme ‘champions,’ star jennifer carpenter, diane lane, thomas sadoski, blair underwood, and more. $10+. >>

weds 7pm: susan burton: empty with ira glass: writer and this american life editor susan burton shares her new book, empty, a memoir about living with both anorexia and binge-eating disorder, in a conversation with this american life creator and host ira glass. presented by books are magic. zoom, free. >>

weds 7pm: masters of social gastronomy: cheese extravaganza: things get cheesy during this night of informal lectures on the science and history of cheese, from cheesy family folklore to the microbiology of the cheese wedge to the largest wheel of cheese ever created. presented by brooklyn brainery. $5. >>

weds 7pm: amplify: perfume genius, patti harrison, and many more perform at a digital town hall and pride benefit concert for immigration equality and the caribbean equality project. free (donations welcome). >>

weds 8pm: reimagine’s ‘arts responders’ series: baratunde thurston: writer, comedian, and former obama white house advisor baratunde thurston (how to be black) reflects on life without his mother, the discrimination within the health system that led to her late cancer diagnosis, and the avoidable deaths of many black americans. zoom, free. >>

weds 10pm: all in wa: a concert for covid-19 relief: pearl jam, sirmixalot, brani carlile, ben gibbard, sleater-kinney, and many more perform a virtual concert raising funds for washington state workers and families who have been most impacted by the pandemic. twitch, free (donations encouraged). >>

misc

your money: a hub for help during the coronavirus crisis: the new york times has the skinny on unemployment insurance, rent relief, food assistance, and more. >>

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we know there’s no shortage of sources for news and safety updates. what is scarce is periodic distraction. so for the time being, in keeping with our efforts to support our performance and cultural community, the skint will be sending out periodic emails about local event streams and other related resources to help occupy your time at home. if you know of something that might fit the bill, feel free to send us the details using the contact form on our website.

stay safe and healthy.

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THURS-SUN, 6/18-21: SKINT WEEKEND

thursday

what the fact?! daily trivia: june 18, 2009: on this day, south carolina governor mark sanford went missing. the ‘official’ reason was that sanford was out hiking the appalachian trail; in reality, he was in argentina visiting his mistress. since then, ‘hiking the appalachian trail’ has become slang for engaging in an extramarital affair. discover more weird and unusual moments from history with what the fact?! 365 strange days in history.

thurs thru 7/17: sva mfa photography, video, and related media thesis exhibition + screening: the school of visual arts presents a virtual exhibition and screening of thesis works by 20 graduating mfa photography, video, and related media students. the works express a range of experience and identities, with themes of alienation and connection, race, class, and gender inequity, the human body and the power of touch, and more. website and zoom, free. >>

thurs thru 6/30: pride light installation at lincoln center: for the first time in its 60+ year history, lincoln center plaza and its surrounding buildings are being lit with a rainbow design in honor of pride. >>

thurs thru 6/29: lower east side film festival: the annual lower east side film festival brings a week of indie film screenings, industry panels, filmmaker talkbacks, and more online. eventive, $10-30. >>

thurs thru sun: afi docs film festival: the 18th edition of the american film institute’s documentary film festival features 59 films from 11 countries, with more than 60% directed by women, 25% by poc directors, and 14% by lgbtq directors. website, $8+. >>

thurs 6pm: comfort, cocktails, and conversation with veronica chambers and toni tipton-martin: two-time james beard award winners toni tipton-martin (jubilee: recipes from two centuries of african american cooking) and veronica chambers (between harlem and heaven: afro-asian-american cooking for big nights, weeknights and every day) raise a glass to juneteenth as they make cocktails from tipton-martin’s latest book and discuss how they explore race, history, memory, and meaning on and off the page. presented by the new york times cooking. free. >>

thurs 6pm: a conversation with tony kushner: hear from dramatist tony kushner as he discusses his life and work, jewish ethics, and the prescient words of the angel in his pulitzer prize-winning play, angels in america. in conversation with rabbi sharon kleinbaum. presented by the temple emanu-el streicker center. zoom, free (donations welcome). >>

thurs 7pm (weekly): ask a political scientist: intersectionality and political representation: andrea jones-rooy hosts a conversation about the impact of minority women in politics and at the ballot box going forward. tonight’s guests are purdue professor and author nadia e. brown, ph. d. (sisters in the statehouse: black women and legislative decision making) and comedian and attorney andrea coleman (wack or woke?). all donations made while registering and throughout the show will go to black women’s pac texas. youtube, free (donations encouraged). >>

thurs 7pm: wqxr’s second annual pride show: wqxr celebrates the lgbtq+ community with a video concert, featuring countertenor anthony roth costanzo, bass-baritone davóne tines, pianists sara davis buechner, harry kramer, and david fung, cellist hannah collins, violist clara lyon, vocalist/violinist/composer mazz swift, and singer-pianist john holiday. hosted by tobin low. website and youtube, free. >>

thurs 7:30pm (+ 7/2): rsvp the show: bring home the party with an evening of burlesque, comedy, music, drag, sideshow performances, and more. hosted by jason jude hill and daniel sears. youtube, $7. >>

thurs 8pm: the secret science club: commit this month’s secret science club lecture to memory as neuroscientist and columbia psychology professor daphna shohamy discusses the human brain and the links between memories, decision making, and motivation. fun fact: shohamy served as a scientific advisor to the pixar film inside out. zoom, free. >>

thurs 8pm: rock the vote presents: democracy summer: rock the vote kicks off a summer of organizing with a virtual event filled with artists, performers, and special guests including katy perry, big freedia, black eyed peas, elizabeth warren, cory booker, john lewis, and many more. hosted by logan browning and rosario dawson. free (funds will be raised for black-led organizations community justice action fund and national action network). >>

thurs 8:30pm (weekly): let them eat (chocolate) cake: a lineup highlighting black aerialists, dancers, burlesque artists, and more take center stage at the latest let them eat cake performer showcase. zoom, $10+ suggested donation benefits black youth project, color of change, and the black trans protesters emergency fund. >>

friday

fri thru sun: black queer town hall: advocates and rupaul’s drag race stars bob the drag queen and peppermint host a three-day event filled with performances, roundtable discussions, and opportunities to contribute to #blacklivesmatter, black lgbtq+ organizations, and local black lgbtq+ drag performers. the lineup of speakers and performers includes laverne cox, todrick hall, alex newell, and more. facebook and youtube, free. >>

fri + sat: too solid flesh (encore performances): a modern retelling of shakespeare’s romeo and juliet, hamlet, and the tempest, megan lohne and shoshanah tarkow’s immersive, multimedia theater piece explores youth in the midst of a pandemic and connection across screens. zoom, free. >>

fri various times: juneteenth commemorations and celebrations: with the unofficial (thus far) holiday gaining even more focus this year, commemorate juneteenth with marches, panels, a town hall meeting, performances, and much more. >>

fri 1pm: field trip: mapping the universe: journey to the edge of the observable universe with amnh director of astrovisualization carter emmart and astrophysicist jackie faherty as they explore how scientists are creating a digital 3d atlas of the cosmos. presented by the museum of natural history. free. >>

fri 5:30pm: accidental discoveries: chemistry: scientist and storyteller dr. kelly reidy hosts a series of talks on the often-wacky mishaps that led to major scientific discoveries. tonight, learn about the happy accidents in the history of chemistry. presented by atlas obscura. zoom, $5. >>

fri 7pm: comics as resistance: learn how to use comic art as a form of activism during a workshop led by cartoonist, illustrator, and self-described ‘goth of color’ bianca xunise. zoom, free (participants are encouraged to donate to the organization assata’s daughters). >>

fri 7pm (weekly): the story collider: three storytellers share true, personal stories that range from hilarious to heartbreaking during a ‘getting older’-themed edition of the story collider podcast, hosted by erin barker. bonus: the audience is invited to share 10-word stories as well. free (donations welcome). >>

sponsored: fri 8pm: the untold history of japanese whisky: join new york adventure club as we explore japan’s history of whisky distillation, which not only dates back to the 1400s, but is also just as expansive as powerhouse regions scotland and ireland. $10. >>

fri 8pm (+ 6/25, 7/10): live from lincoln center: broadway fridays: take a trip to the theater while you’re home, courtesy of online streams of select live from lincoln center broadcasts. tonight, tune in to james lapine’s 2014 play, act one, starring tony shaloub, andrea martin, and santino fontana. website and youtube, free. >>

fri 8pm (weekly): home, like noplace is there: quarantine emo night: don your skinny jeans and dance ‘til you cry during tatiana tanreyro’s virtual emo night, featuring non-male djs. this week’s lineup includes brittany spanos, lane moore, deepa lakshmin, beverly bryan, and mel grinberg. zoom, free (donations are welcome and will benefit the trans women of color collective). >>

fri 9pm: virtual spa party: learn how to craft your own self-care materials including masks, clays and scrubs during this guided spa experience. zoom, $10. >>

fri 10pm: be cute queer dance party: the be cute queer dance party celebrate seven years with a night of drag and dj sets, featuring bushwig drag stars horrochata and charlene, djs ickarus and hannah lou, and more. zoom, $5+ suggested donation will benefit black lives matter. >>

saturday

sat thru 6/28: cider week: how do you like them apples? the tenth annual hudson valley cider week kicks off virtually with happy hour cocktails, talks, orchard and cidery tours, and more. free. >>

sat + sun: summer solstice at stonehenge: live! drink in the view of sunset and sunrise over stonehenge as the uk rings in the summer solstice online, live. both broadcasts will be available for later viewing on the stonehenge facebook page. free. >>

sat 8am, 12pm, 4pm: solstice in times square yoga celebration: find calm amidst the chaos when you tune in to this year’s digital edition of solstice in times square, a day of yoga classes taught by douglass stewart. all experience levels welcome. free. >>

sat 11am: daybreaker live: pride dance party: warm up with an instructor-led yoga class, dance it out to house music and more, all while wearing your brightest rainbow colors. $8.88-15. >>

sat 4pm: drums along the hudson native american and multicultural festival: the 18th annual drums along the hudson festival, manhattan’s only open-air pow wow, moves online with a retrospective of past festivals from the last 17 years. free. >>

sat 7pm: vocabaret: a variety show for word lovers (‘just words’ edition): get your words worth with a lineup of nyc punderdome champs, who’ll fill your night with word games, anagrams, etymological deep-dives, and more. hosted by sam corbin (buzzfeed), tim donnelly (hq trivia), jerzy gwiazdowski (2019 o. henry punniest in show winner), ally spier (reductress), and nikolai vanyo. presented by caveat. zoom, $5 suggested (a portuon of proceeds will benefit brooklyn movement center). >>

sat 8pm (+ 6/21): rule of 7×7 (pride edition): seven playwrights present new 10-minute plays that had to follow seven rules. zoom, free (rsvp required). >>

sat 8pm (weekly): a drinking game nyc’s virtual ‘drink-along’: sip along with buzzwords from the script as you take in a movie, as voted on by the audience. tonight potential films: west side story or hair. instagram, free. >>

sat 8pm: not the mermaid parade: coney island’s annual mermaid extravaganza isn’t happening as originally planned this solstice, but you can still tune in to an evening of performances and an announcement about the future of this year’s parade by ‘the mayor’ of coney island, dick zigun. website, free. >>

sunday

sun various times: make music new york: experience the power of music to inspire, uplift, and connect people during a mostly-online edition of the annual festival of music made by and for new yorkers. this year’s modified festivities will feature virtual concerts, group performances and music lessons. multiple platforms, free. >>

sun 1pm: poster house first birthday drag brunch: poster house celebrates their first birthday with a brunchtime game of classic movie poster trivia, hosted by drag star hedda lettuce. zoom, free. >>

sun 7pm: pop! a (pop-culture) bingo party: get your game on at this night of bingo, with themed mini-games and challenges in-between rounds. hosted by pop-culture obsessive bobby hankinson. bingo maker app download required. presented by littlefield and parklife (gowanus). $5 suggested donation (a portion of proceeds will benefit the trans women of color collective). >>

submissions

we know there’s no shortage of sources for news and safety updates. what is scarce is periodic distraction. so for the time being, in keeping with our efforts to support our performance and cultural community, the skint will be sending out periodic emails about local event streams and other related resources to help occupy your time at home. if you know of something that might fit the bill, feel free to send us the details using the contact form on our website.

stay safe and healthy.

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MON-WEDS, 6/15-17: SKINT EARLY WEEK

monday

live protest updates from gothamist. >>

mon thru sun (rescheduled from 6/2): songs for our city songwriting competition/concert series: more than two dozen broadway actors and composers who’ve performed in the broadway buskers concert series at the times square pedestrian plazas will go head-to-head in a songwriting challenge in response to the current moment. the competition will take place over seven virtual concerts, which will raise funds for broadway cares/equity fights aids’ covid-19 emergency assistance fund. curated and hosted by ben cameron. multiple platforms, free. >>

mon thru sun: the metropolitan opera streams: the met opera’s free series of encore ‘live in hd’ presentations this week includes philip glass’s akhnaten and satyagraha, rossini’s armida and semiramide, and more. >>

mon 5:45pm: reopening the nyc restaurant world: how do we revive nyc’s dining culture post-shutdown? chef marcus samuelsson of harlem’s red rooster restaurant talks to eater editor-in-chief amanda kludt about what the new normal will look like for restaurateurs, chefs, and customers as the city begins to reopen. presented by 92y. $10. >>

mon 7pm: a celebration of queer voices: writer, editor, and mount holyoke college professor andrea lawlor moderates a panel discussion and reading featuring corinne manning (we had no rules), carter sickels (the prettiest star), and de’shawn charles winslow (in west mills). presented by books are magic. zoom, free. >>

mon 7pm: walter potter: the man who married kittens: get an inside look at the unconventional lives of taxidermists, automata sculptors, occult memorabilia collectors, and more during morbid anatomy’s screening of five of short films directed by ronni thomas, including walter potter: the man who married kittens, which tells the story of eccentric victorian taxidermist walter potter. an intro and q+a with thomas will accompany each film. zoom, $5. >>

mon 7pm (weekly): butterboy: the comedy show helmed by jo firestone, aparna nancherla, and maeve higgins with dj donwill returns with yamaneika saunders (comedy central), guy branum (conan), langston kerman (insecure), anna drezen (snl), and eman el-husseini (the el-salomons). presented by littlefield. youtube, $5 (a portion of proceeds from tonight’s show will benefit unicorn riot). >>

mon 8pm: let’s draw for the revolution: get creative for a cause: artists kt pe benito, olaiya olayemi, and brian gonzalez will guide you in crafting protest signs, info/resource design slides, and memorial portraits during queer | art’s evening of activist art-making. zoom, free. >>

tuesday

tues 8am-9pm: bloomsday on broadway: an all-star lineup of actors, authors, and musicians brings james joyce’s ulysses to life during a day of music and readings from the classic novel. featured performers include stephen colbert, kate mulgrew, cynthia nixon, hugh dancy, fiona shaw, and more. presented by symphony space. youtube, free. >>

tues 2pm (weekly thru 6/30): baking at home with judith: learn to bake your own florentine lace cookies and other treats with the help of silver moon bakery founder judith norell. donations for the series will be used to prepare baked goods for healthcare workers at local hospitals. zoom, $10 suggested donation. >>

tues 2pm: the lost family: how dna testing is upending who we are: journalist libby copeland shares her new book, the lost family, an investigation into the rise of home genetic testing and its impact on individual lives, in a conversation with journalist and genealogist jennifer mendelsohn. presented by the museum of jewish heritage. zoom, free. >>

tues 2pm (+ 6/19, 6/20): live with carnegie hall: the online series featuring live musical performances, storytelling, and conversations with world-class artists continues with great american songbook founder michael feinstein’s exploration of irving berlin (tues), a performance by rhiannon giddens and francesco turrisi (thurs), and an evening of music and commentary in celebration of juneteenth (fri). free. >>

tues 4pm: death, sex + money: death, sex + money podcast host anna sale interviews author michael arceneaux about his essay collection, i don’t want to die poor, an exploration of his experience navigating massive private student loan debt. presented by the greene space at wnyc. website and youtube, free. >>

tues 6pm: why fixing democracy is easier than you think: how can we fix our politics before it’s too late? former obama speechwriter david litt and obama senior advisor valerie jarrett discuss litt’s optimistic new book, democracy in one book or less: how it works, why it doesn’t, and why fixing it is easier than you think. presented by books are magic. zoom, free. >>

tues 6:30pm: paint + sip: grab a drink of your choice and ride off into the (painted) sunset as artist megan watters guides you in painting a sunset scene. presented by brooklyn brainery. zoom, $13. >>

tues 7pm: museum of arts and design digital drop-in: papermaking: learn how to create handmade sheets of paper out of recycled paper scraps during a workshop led by artist and educator alayna wiley. all ages and skill levels welcome. presented by the museum of arts and design. zoom, $5 general, free for students. >>

tues 7pm: reimaging lower manhattan: writer and filmmaker matt kapp shares his recent book, a century downtown: a visual history of lower manhattan, and explores how covid-19 could change the fabric of the city, from closing businesses to transforming neighborhoods, with photographers/authors james and karla murray (store front: the disappearing face of new york). presented by the tenement museum. youtube, free. >>

tues 7:30pm: the crime of rhyme: hip hop history, systemic racism, and a discussion of rap on trial: authors erik nielson and andrea dennis discuss their book rap on trial: race, lyrics, and guilt in america, an investigation of how prosecutors have used rap and hip hop lyrics as justifications for perpetuating the criminalization and incarceration of men of color, with brooklyn hip hop festival founder wes jackson. presented by the brooklyn historical society. zoom, free. >>

tues 8pm: food history horror stories: witches, poisoners, and puritans: double, double toil and trouble: investigate the fungus believed to be the cause of the salem witch trials, how brewers became the archetype of classic witches, and why women murder with poison during this class on the dark side of food history, taught by culinary historian sarah lohman (eight flavors: the untold story of american cuisine). presented by brooklyn brainery. zoom, $7 (a portion of proceeds will benefit the northern diné covid-19 relief effort). >>

tues 8pm: live from nypl: n.k. jemisin with w. kamau bell: author n.k. jemisin (the broken earth trilogy) talks sci-fi, afrofuturism, and her latest book, the city we became, in a conversation with comedian and author w. kamau bell (united shades of america). presented by the new york public library. youtube and zoom, free. >>

wednesday

what the fact?! daily trivia: june 17, 2016: on this day, swedish soccer player adam ljungkvist was ejected from a game for farting on the field. ‘i had a bad stomach, so i simply let go,’ he said. ‘then i received two yellow cards and then red. it’s the strangest thing i’ve experienced in football.’ the referee had interpreted ljungkvist’s actions as ‘deliberate provocation.’ discover more weird and unusual moments from history with what the fact?! 365 strange days in history.

weds 12pm: covid-19: origins, spread, and impacts: where did covid-19 come from, how do we model the spread of infection, and how do racial inequities in health and healthcare impact how it unfolds? the new york times science writer apoorva mandavilli moderates a panel discussion on the biology and social context of covid-19, featuring museum curator and evolutionary biologist nancy simmons, public health and policy expert joshua sharfstein, and social epidemiologist lisa cooper. presented by the american museum of natural history. facebook, free. >>

weds 7pm: you should have left: author daniel kehlmann and director and screenwriter david koepp (jurassic park, mission: impossible) discuss the upcoming film release of you should have left with the new york times books editor john williams. presented by mcnally jackson. zoom, free. >>

weds 7pm (weekly): pop culture trivia: the best worst movies edition: test your pop culture knowledge during five mini-rounds of trivia (loosely based on this week’s friends theme), presented by the skint and the briefly with littlefield. various platforms, $5 suggested donation. >>

weds 8pm: my wife said you may want to marry me: author jason rosenthal–best known as the subject of ‘you may want to marry my husband,’ a new york times column by his late wife, author amy krouse rosenthal–shares his new memoir about his life before, with, and after amy, in a conversation on love, loss, and resilience with reimagine founding board chair jeannie blaustein. presented by the marlene meyerson jcc manhattan. zoom, free. >>

weds 8pm: salman rushdie: quichotte: author salman rushdie discusses his prolific career and his latest novel, quichotte, a satire inspired by the cervantes classic. crowdcast, free. >>

weds 8pm: 90s tv party: revel in pop culture nostalgia as you drink along to old favorite sitcoms during secretformula’s 90s tv party. zoom, $5. >>

submissions

we know there’s no shortage of sources for news and safety updates. what is scarce is periodic distraction. so for the time being, in keeping with our efforts to support our performance and cultural community, the skint will be sending out periodic emails about local event streams and other related resources to help occupy your time at home. if you know of something that might fit the bill, feel free to send us the details using the contact form on our website.

stay safe and healthy.

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