The city that never sleeps is all but shutting down at night. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The mayor took the “drastic step” in an
Mayor Bill de Blasio announces an executive order to close theaters, clubs, and music venues as of Tuesday morning.
It appears as though China won’t be re-opening its movie theaters this weekend after all. Mere hours after authorities signaled to more than 200 movie theaters that they could re-open on Saturday, national-level Chinese authorities ordered all theaters to close again, per Variety. The reason for the closure is not explicitly known, but it’s presumably due to coronavirus concerns. China was of course the first country to combat the deadly virus and suffered major losses, but the hope was that...
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Landmark Theatres said Monday that it is shutting down all locations for precautionary reasons in the wake of the current coronavirus outbreak. In a statement obtained by Deadline, Landmark said, “All Landmark Theatres are temporarily closed as of Midnight tonight. This decision allows our staff to remain at home during this critical time. We will [
The governors of Connecticut, New York and New Jersey agreed jointly to order all bars, restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, and non-tribal casinos closed Monday as of 8 p.m. until further notice to seek to stem to spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus — with the exception that restaurants can serve take-out.
You don’t have to wait until Broadway reopens to get a taste of what’s playing. Beyond the obvious — the movies of “Moulin Rouge!,” “Mean Girls,” “West Side Story” — here are a few things to watch and read to tide you over during the coronavirus pandemic. “Six” Divorced, beheaded, died; divorced, beheaded, survived. In