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Show Your Vaccine Card at Krispy Kreme For Two Free Doughnuts, One Week Only!

Finally, someone is offering a perk to those who got vaccinated before it was being incentivized with cash payments. As the country continues to scale Covid-19 vaccinations, Krispy Kreme has found a way to show support for those who are protecting themselves and others by getting vaccinated. For me, staying healthy was incentive enough, but it’s nice to be acknowledged for doing the right thing .  Here’s the deal:

For one week only, 8/30 – 9/5/21, anyone who shows their Covid-19 Vaccination Record Card at any US-based Krispy Kreme location will receive two free doughnuts: an Original Glazed doughnut and an Original Glazed Heart-shaped doughnut. If you are feeling generous, you might offer your heart-shaped doughnut  to a friend, though I am pretty sure I would eat both doughnuts myself. Because free donuts.

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Famed NYC Concert Venue Irving Plaza to Reopen August 2021!

Great News: After being shuttered since 2019 — initially to undergo major renovations, with the closure extended by the Covid pandemic — legendary concert venue Irving Plaza is reopening later this summer, with its first concert of this decade scheduled for on August 17th. You can read more about the history of the club, and what to expect inside post-renovation, as well as see a line-up schedule, at This Link!

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Product Review: Disinfect & Shield 24-Hour Mask Shield

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Thanks to the successful rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine, we can finally start to think about the possibility of traveling during the pandemic. But while the numbers may be down, we still have to  remain cautious and take the basic steps (masking up, washing hands frequently, and keeping socially distant) to ensure our health and safety while on vacation. With that in mind, one item you will want to toss into your carry-on is a travel-size bottle of Disinfect & Shield 24 Hour Face Mask/Fabric Sanitizer.

Unlike traditional disinfectants on the market, Disinfect & Shield is non-toxic and completely safe for use around humans, animals, and plants. Disinfect & Shield has been tested to destroy viruses, bacteria, molds, and fungi, including strains of SARS, H1N1, E. Coli, EBOLA and harmful microbes including COVID-19 on contact.

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American Museum of Natural History Becomes a Covid-19 Vaccination Site for NYC

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Blue Whale Model, Hall of Ocean Life (Image Courtesy of AMNH)

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio announced this past week that the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) will be a New York City COVID-19 vaccination site beginning immediately. You can now get yourself vaccinated under the monumental Blue Whale model  located in the Museum’s iconic Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Just think, you will be the envy of your Instagram feed!

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Modern Art Monday Presents: 99 Cents Dream By Graham MacIndoe

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99 Cents Dream (2020) is part of an eponymous series from photographer Graham MacIndoe taken primarily in New York City since March 2020, when the pandemic changed our lives practically overnight.  MacIndoe took the opportunity to venture out into different parts of the city and was captivated by the quietness of the streets, the feeling of isolation, and people walking through the unfamiliar landscape of shuttered stores and restaurants. The estrangement of human interaction he often saw and felt made him view the city and its inhabitants differently. Things he may not have noticed before, like gestures, graffiti and shadows, became more pronounced because of the mostly empty sidewalks and streets. Many of the scenes he encountered brought to mind the book Lanark by the Scottish author Alisdair Gray, which in part describes the city and its disappearing residents. These pictures are about displacement and a lack of belonging and a feeling that something is not quite right, which of course was the case before Covid-19 arrived.

Photographed in The National Arts Club in Gramercy Park, Manhattan.

Pink Thing of The Day: Wrapped By Jackie Nickerson

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As part of a super fun, recent Gallery Tour, we stopped in at the Jack Shainman Gallery for a peek at Jackie Nickerson’s photographic exhibit of unorthodox portraiture, entitled Field Test. While the series features female figures (two different models were used) whose faces and bodies are covered or wrapped in assorted plastic materials, Field Test was actually conceived and completed before the Covid19 pandemic. This work, entitled Wrapped, depicts a women in a seated position, knees pulled to her chest, while obscured entirely in a sheet of opaque Pink plastic, making it an ideal choice for this week’s Pink Thing of The Day. Field Test is a fascinating series which is on exhibit through April 3rd, 2021.

Top Ten Ordinary Things I Have Not Done in One Year

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Above Graphic Depicts The Actual Current Length of My Hair (All Photos and Images By Gail)

It was actually one year ago yesterday that my employer asked if we wouldn’t mind working from home for “a few weeks” while they got this Covid 19 thing sorted out. Several months later, we were advised to ‘arrange a time’ to come into the building and pack up all of our personal belongs, because we would not be expected to return to the office — pandemic guidelines permitting — until our company relocates to midtown in the summer of 2021. This news felt somewhat surreal, but also pretty sweet; because by June I’d grown very comfortable with hardly ever leaving my house.

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