More than a year after the onset of the global pandemic, arts and cultural organizations are feeling the sting of canceled performances and lost revenue.
After nearly a year of COVID-19 restrictions, our daily lives have been divided into remote realms of socially distant interactions that stymie affection, conversations and even smiles. The phrase “sharing is caring” may seem cliche but its meaning has more significance than ever.
One morning last spring, while it was dark outside and my family was asleep, I laced on my running shoes and went for a walk. I didn’t have a route in mind, only an objective: to feel better.