[The half dozen]

  1. “Italy at Your Fingertips” Delve into some leisurely Romesickness with Google Arts and Culture’s specific Italy section. Curl up with a bowl of gelato and discover new parts of Italian culture with online exhibits, or revisit familiar sites with virtual walkthroughs. https://artsandculture.google.com/project/wonders-of-italy 
  2. Nike Training Club App Stay active with Nike’s Training Club Premium, which is normally $14.99 per month but is currently free until further notice. This app boasts a range of exercises like yoga and kickboxing, while also covering other health topics like nutrition and sleep. https://www.nike.com/ntc-app
  3. Virtual Happy Hour Grab a drink to watch a variety of brewers on a different Facebook page every night at 5:30 p.m. CT. Hosted through the New York State Brewers Association, these live sessions feature different topics or games, and every night is also archived. https://thinknydrinkny.com/ny-virtual-happy-hour/
  4. Seven Day Broadway Streaming service Broadway HD is offering a free seven-day trial for nearly 300 theater productions, including classics like “The Sound of Music” and “Phantom of the Opera.” https://www.broadwayhd.com/
  5. Quarantine Cooking Find exciting new uses for your pantry staples with the Los Angeles Times’ recently revamped recipes. From trendy dalgona tiramisu to homemade Taco Bell crunchwrap supreme, you’re sure to find something to satisfy everyone. https://www.latimes.com/food/recipes
  6. Disney Magic Aaron Blaise, a master animator behind movies like “Mulan” and “The Lion King,” is currently offering a free online animation course. “The Fundamentals of Animation” covers “key principles” like timing and staging. https://creatureartteacher.com/product/fundamentals-of-animation/


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