Link roundup 3/28

A reflection on these changing times: That discomfort you’re feeling is grief.

A syllabus: Duke University’s list of books for self- and community care in uncertain times.

Shut In and Sing: A folk and Americana online music festival. Performances several nights a week! Pay what you can! The general website, StageIt, has a variety of other shows too.

Broadway dancers are teaching at-home workouts based on Broadway musicals.

Starting April 2nd, the National Theatre in London is going to stream a play every Thursday, which will be available for one week.

James Dyson designed a ventilator and his company (which generally makes vacuums and air dryers) is planning on making 15,000 ventilators.

The Colorado Symphony performs Ode to Joy, each musician playing from their own home.

Several companies are switching their focus on manufacturing needed supplies to healthcare workers and more. Some examples here. The fashion industry is stepping forward to make more face masks.

On the making and effectiveness of handmade face masks. Instructions, patterns, and more from Jo Ann fabrics.

From the New York Times: F.A.Q. on Stimulus Checks, Unemployment and the Coronavirus Plan. A hub for help for various financial resources, with links on everything from how to apply for unemployment benefits to help for renters and people with mortgages.

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