Published July 2, 2020 — The spacious High Museum of Art reopened in mid-July with a timed ticketing system to allow guests to enjoy its thousands of works in small groups. The museum’s reopening lined up with an all-new installation in its Carroll Slater Sifly Piazza, “Murmuration.”
Published July 2, 2020 — Many restaurants in Midtown have reopened for modified dine-in — and some have been forced to temporarily close again as new cases arise. We spoke to Steve Simon of Fifth Group Restaurants, including South City Kitchen, Ecco and Lure; Craig Richards of Lyla Lila; and Hugh Acheson of Empire State South about their safety protocols and what adjustments they’ve made as the pandemic continues.
Published June 4, 2020 — The Atlanta Botanical Garden was one of the city’s first places to reopen, as its sprawling 30 acres allow plenty of room for social distance. The garden’s staff and leadership also introduced plenty of other safety procedures, including a mask policy, timed ticketing and a mask policy for indoor spaces.
Published June 4, 2020
— Although they are currently unable to hold in-person performances, Whole World Improv Theater and the Center for Puppetry Arts have found wider audiences than ever by streaming performances and offering online workshops.
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