From virtual workout classes to trying the trendiest café in Brooklyn, we’ve planned quite the week for you.
Monday, January 11
Admire the photography of the Kamoinge Workshop in “Working Together,” the Whitney Museum of American Art’s newest exhibition, which focuses on this Black artists collective’s first two decades of work.
Tuesday, January 12
Seaport Fit is helping New Yorkers keep up with their 2021 fitness goals and resolutions with its virtual IGTV workouts—all-intense sweat sessions led by successful trainers posted every Tuesday and Thursday.
Wednesday, January 13
A night in with Thai delivery is just what the doctor ordered for a warm and filling midweek meal. Soothr’s signature family noodle recipe is definitely the way to go.
Thursday, January 14
Sign up for lessons at the New York City Ninja Academy for a chance to improve agility and strength and learn skills you never knew you had!
Friday, January 15
The Prototype Festival, a showcase of contemporary, multidisciplinary opera-theater and music-theater works, will offer its ninth season of cutting-edge shows via digital streaming.
Saturday, January 16
Just when you were beginning to think Williamsburg couldn’t get any trendier—introducing Borsalia, your new go-to spot for coffee, pastries, and award-winning chocolate.
Sunday, January 17
While the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium remains closed, you can still learn something new by tuning into its Astronomy Online livestreams. New shows are added on the first Friday of every month, but you can access previous events on the AMNH YouTube channel.