The Last New York Concert (For Now) And Some Saling The Second Weekend In March
The world has gotten a little scary over the last week. Like other parts of the country (actually, all fifty states now), the coronavirus and its disruption of life as we know it, has hit New York. New York didn't have its first confirmed case until March 1st. Today, March 18th, we have 2,480 confirmed cases and twelve deaths statewide. Our county reported its first case just nine days ago. We now have 116 confirmed cases. Large gatherings of people are not only not recommended but dangerous...and now against the law. All concerts and sporting events have been postponed indefinitely. Restaurants and bars are now closed though drive through, curbside and pick up orders are still allowed (though many restaurants are ill equipped to adjust to this and have decided to suspend their operations until such time as it is deemed safe to reopen to dine in. This is New York to which we refer but this is the same story across most of the country. We will all get through this if we use our heads.
All of these changes did not go into effect until the last few days and we had concert tickets for Thursday, March 12th in Brooklyn; a night that would turn out to be the last night of concerts in New York City for the foreseeable future. READ AND SEE MORE----INCLUDING SOME FUN MID-CENTURY MODERN GOODNESS--AT https://ouradventuresamongsttheducks.blogspot.com/2020/03/the-last-new-york-concert-for-now-and.html