November 2021: Explore Theater in Chicago this Fall

November starts bringing a chill to the Chicago area, making us all anticipate cooler-weather activities such as warm apple ciders, snuggling up under fleece blankets, and preparation for the upcoming holidays. While the weather is starting to get quite cold, it is one of the best times to plan to go see events. Often the most common Chicago attractions are less crowded, and many of the indoor events are a great warm escape from the chilly weather. From theater and art events to fall and winter-related activities, there is so much to do in Chicago in November!

Explore the Theater Scene

Court Theatre

As the cooler months are approaching, theater and the arts scene in Chicago are continuing to ramp back up! From the classics to more modern pieces, there is plenty of arts and culture to explore regardless of your preference.

From October 8th to November 21st, Court Theatre will be running The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice. A Shakespearean tragedy, this piece is co-directed by Charles Newell and Gavrielle Randle-Bent and places the audience either onstage or in the banks of the auditorium to create an immersive, engaging experience. 

Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Looking for something with a modern twist? The Chicago Shakespeare Theater adapted the classic Shakespearean piece As You Like It to fit a ‘60s theme, setting the story to over 20 musical numbers set to classic Beatles music. They describe the play as an “exuberant celebration of love and connection. Catch this show before it leaves the stage on November 21st.


Steppenwolf is re-hosting Bug from November 11th to December 12, a story about unexpected love, anxiety, drugs, paranoia, big government conspiracies, and yes – bugs. If you are looking for a complex, skin-crawling play that will certainly leave you surprised, this is an amazing event for you. Appropriate only for adult audiences. 

Cirque du Soleil

Another event to keep an eye on is ‘Twas the Night Before by Cirque du Soleil at the Chicago theater playing from November 26th through December 2nd. An acrobatic twist to the classic story, the show talks about the importance of friendship, sharing, and love. If you are looking to celebrate the holiday season through the amazing feats of this company, grab some tickets! 

Other Events this October: 

National Museum of Mexican Art

Looking for some elevated live music? The National Museum of Mexican Art is hosting the Día de los Muertos: Love Never Dies Ball with culinary samples, drinks, live music, and dance. The attire theme is Creative Cocktail, and the even will be happening on November 6th from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM!

Hot Chocolate 15k/5k

If you want a creative, seasonally-appropriate way to get some exercise in, check out the Hot Chocolate 15k/5k! The event starts in Grant Park (301 S Columbus Dr.), and ends with a mug of fondue, dippables, and hot chocolate of course! Learn more on the event’s page here. (November 7th, 7:00 AM)

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Gardens & Street Art: October Order of Events 2021

October is the perfect time to visit Chicago! It is a temperate climate with beautiful foliage. Often, even the most iconic of attractions are a bit less crowded. It is recommended to come well prepared as the weather can switch on a dime. Every day could be a new season. Sometimes, a fall morning, a summer afternoon, and a wintery evening allows all of them in just a day! It is the perfect time to gather outside or see outdoor exhibits. There are also plenty of fun events in the area! From festivals and architecture cruises to gardens and street art, take a look at what is happening in Chicago this October!

Spend Some Time Outdoors

Because of the generally gorgeous weather, it can be a wonderful time to stroll around Chicago. Classics like Millennium Park and the Chicago Riverwalk will be less packed and great places to see the autumn colors. Places like the Morton Arboretum, which boasts 4,000 different types of trees, or the Chicago Botanical Garden with its 385 acres of immaculately landscaped parks, are amazing places to take in the fall splendor. At the time of writing, the Arboretum requires visitors to reserve their spot ahead of time on their website.

If you do find yourself wandering the streets enjoying yourself and the views, keep your eyes open for Chicago’s famous street murals.

And check out the Banksy Exhibit running through October. It is the largest touring collection of Banksy’s works in the world.

Explore Local Architecture

The Banksy Exhibit is just a couple blocks from the Chicago Architectural Museum. Besides being a great place to visit on its own, for two days (October 16-17), the museum allows the public access to a great deal of architecturally significant buildings and spaces that are generally closed off from the public.

If architecture is your thing, you can follow up with a trip to the museum via the Chicago Architecture River Cruise. These cruises are narrated by the architecture center’s own guides and are open as long as the river isn’t frozen. These cruises as a must as there is no better way to get such a widespread glimpse of the city. Additionally, they are often much more pleasant in October due to smaller crowds and pleasant temps.

On top of those listed above, there are a great many other events happening as well.

Other Events this October: 

  • Looking to celebrate? Join two of the biggest and longest running Pride events in the nation in the home of the first recognized LGBTQ community at Chicago Pride Fest and Parade (October 1-3, 2021).

  • Celebrating is generally better with some imbibements. Chicago Wine Fest (October 2, 2021) features night and day servings of rare varietals and stellar musicians to keep the party going.


Whether it’s gardens & street art, music festivals & architecture, or beer & wine — for whichever part of October you find yourself in Chicago, The Windy City always has something to catch your sail.


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Music Festivals & Architecture: Check Out Chicago this September!

As the weather starts to cool down, new events are coming to the Chicago area! Live music festivals in local parks, house music showcases, and architecture exhibits allow for plenty of ways to find fun in the city. As such, many of these events are taking place in safe, considerate spaces that have your health in mind. Many of them are even outside! As Fall rolls in, take a look at some of the awesome upcoming events in the area.

Enjoy Some Music

first, from August 19th – September 19th, Chicago In Tune is bringing music all around the Chicago area for the 2021 Year of Chicago Music. As part of this event, DCASE is presenting new and revolutionized programs in Millennium Park. There are four planned evenings from 5:30 to 8:30pm at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion. They are themed around honoring music that has its roots in Chicago. These dates are:

  • 9/03/2021 – Gospel
  • 9/04/2021 – Jazz
  • 9/11/2021 – House
  • 9/18/2021 – Blues

Looking for more Jazz beyond the DCASE programs? Similarly to last year, take a look at the Hyde Park Jazz Festival! From Sept. 25-26, enjoy artists such as Corey Wilkes’ Improvised Soul Projekt featuring Megan McNeal & Kahil El Zabar, John Wojciechowski Quartet featuring Xavier Davis, Tomeka Reid & Regina Carter, and Isaiah Collier’s 3-6 Project featuring JD Allen. Visit the Hyde Park Jazz Festival website to see more information as it is announced! 

Are you maybe more of a House fan? House City is a 10-part event series that has been running throughout the summer celebrating the neighborhoods that helped create the House music genre more than 35 years ago. In September, they have two events:

  • 9/12/2021 – South Shore, 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm – DJs Torin Edmond, Rae Chardonnay, and DK Kobe One Kenobi
  • 9/19/2021 – Bronzeville, 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm – DJs Mike Dunn, Daryll Mellowman, and JStar

Learn about Local Architects

Live music festivals may not be your thing, but maybe try a day in Chicago’s architecture! In 2021, the famous Chicago architect and style icon Helmut Jahn passed away. He collected almost every architectural award during his career and challenged modernist orthodoxy. Some of his buildings that you may be familiar with include the Michigan City Public Library, the James R. Thompson Center, and the Sony Center in Berlin. The Chicago Architecture Center is holding an exhibit with photography, models, and sketches to help us learn more about this innovator’s creative and engineering processes. From the United Terminal at O’Hare to the Joe and Rika Mansueto Library, Helmut Jahn’s work is provocative and adventurous. 

Overall, music festivals and architecture are not hard to find in Chicago. However, if they both are not interesting to you, then stay tuned for more events! Meanwhile, please continue to stay safe while stepping out! To stay updated on the latest and most accurate information related to COVID-19, please refer to

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August Arts & Music: Frida to Latin Pop

August brings the end of events like the El Jolgorio de Salsa y Más and Grant Park Music Festival. However, it also signals the beginning of many new events! In the arts and music industries, events are popping up around the city. Most events still have safety precautions in place. Therefore, you can feel safe and comfortable while listening to live music or going to a local market. We have gathered our highly anticipated events for August so that you can find the perfect event for the end of the Summer. From Frida to Latin Pop, look below for our suggestions for the month!

Visit the Chinatown Summer Fair

Start off the month by visiting the Chinatown Summer Fair either July 31st or August 1st. This highly anticipated fair includes a traditional lion dance procession, Asian performances, and kung fu demonstrations. Additionally, it hosts a children’s area and vendors from Chinatown’s restaurants to local arts merchandise. This fair showcases a stunning variety of Asian cultures and traditions. Enjoy the rich food, music, and artistry from Chicago’s Chinatown and learn a little bit more about this historical neighborhood.

View an Art Show

August brings a handful of new art shows to the area. If you are okay with heading out to the suburbs, the MAC (McAninch Arts Center) is featuring 26 original pieces of Frida Kahlo along with an immersive exhibit in Frida Kahlo: Timeless. The exhibit includes a multimedia timeline with reproductions of Kahlo’s clothing and over 100 photos from their life. Additionally, it hosts a children’s area and a Frida Kahlo-inspired garden by Ball Horticultural. You can get untimed tickets for $40 and timed tickets for $23.

Check out the Art Institute

If you are looking for something closer to home, consider the new installation at the Art Institute. During the first half of the month, the Art Institute of Chicago is showing The Obama Portraits, which brings the acclaimed pieces of Kehinde Wiley’s painting of President Barack Obama and Amy Sherald’s portrait of First Lady Michelle Obama. Chicago was the longtime home of the Obama family. Thus, the Art Institute and Chicago itself share a special history with the former presidential family. Additionally, the painters were the first African Americans commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery to make official presidential portraits.

See Live Latin American Music

Showing from August 20th-22nd, see Ruido Fest, a celebration of Latin American music from the rock genre to pop at Union Park! The headliners this year include: Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, which is an Argentine ska band from Buenos Aires; Pantheón Rococó, a Mexican ska band from Mexico City; and Café Tacvba, an alternative band from Ciudad Satélite, Mexico. There will be over a dozen food vendors there with varied fare for festival goers as well. Additional sanitizing will be in effect, and they will continue to follow the state guidelines for that time. They may require proof of vaccination or proof of a recent negative test. 


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Jane Goodall to Jazz: July Events in Chicago this Summer

As vaccinations continue to climb, we continue to see event spaces opening up. There are many new and fun ways you can spend your social nights now. There are many spaces starting up consistent shows again, right in time for the music festivals so popular around this time of year. These spaces are consistently conscious of attendee safety, meaning you can go out without too much stress. Whether you’re itching for live music or wanting to nerd out at an arboretum, we have events for you and your date! From Jane Goodall to Jazz, July events in Chicago this summer are off to a great start!

Enjoy Outdoor Live Music

Grant Park Music Festival

Grant Park Music Festival is going forward this year with an impressive line up throughout the summer including the New World Symphony, the William Tell Overture, Grieg Piano Concerto, and Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. Along with the many shows, there are a ton of family-oriented events like Carnival of the Animals and Classic Broadway. Of course, masks will be required unless eating or drinking, and all seats within the seating bowl are free of charge. The Great Lawn has also been modified to allow for “pods” for groups of 2 to 6! 


Lollapalooza is also back, including headliners like the Foo Fighters, Post Malone, Tyler the Creator, Miley Cyrics, DaBaby, and Megan Thee Stallion. The event will take place from July 29th-August 1st in Grant Park. In accordance with local public health guidance, attendees must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test results to attend. 

MCA’s Anna & John Kern Terrace Garden

For a smaller venue, MCA’s Anna and John Kern Terrace Garden is opening up to free music focusing on Chicago’s jazz community. This event will be outdoors and will require masks unless seated in your socially-distanced spots. Food and beverages will be available through the upper part of the terrace, making this a great dinner and drinks date spot! A few upcoming shows include acts such as Edwin Sanchez and Papo Santiago, Twin Talk, Junius Paul/Tomeka Reid Duo, and The Fred Anderson Legacy Band featuring Tatsu Aoki. While advanced free tickets are claimed, sign up for their waiting lists and join their mailing list as they expect the potential for more tickets to be available!

Check Out some Science-Themed Events

The Field Museum

Looking for an event to nerd out about? There are a few awesome science-related exhibits throughout the Chicago area that are currently running! One we suggest is Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall at the Field Museum. This event runs through September 6th, and details Jane’s inspiring life and experiences. You will get to interact with features such as a projection of Dr. Goodall, who shares memories in a biographical format; augmented reality interactive activities; and a projection of Tanzania’s Gombe Stream National Park complete with virtual chimpanzees.

The Morton Arboretum

Looking for something outdoors? Check out The Morton Arboretum’s Human+Nature exhibit. The artist Daniel Popper shows his 15 to 26-foot-tall sculptures beautifully set in the landscape, inspiring attendees to rethink their relationship to nature and trees.


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Going Maskless: Comfortable Ways to Start Socializing Again

With the CDC and certain states allowing for safe gatherings of vaccinated individuals, people are excited to get out and see their loved ones and friends again. Along with this buzzing sense of energy to be out and have fun is a little bit of underlying anxiety for many of us. While we want to get out and spend time, the idea of going maskless can still be a little intimidating. It is totally understandable after a full year of getting used to it as part of our routines! We have come up with a list of ways you can hang out with your friends in a way that feels natural and comfortable as we transition slowly back into more normal social outings.

Picnics and Parks

One of the most comfortable ways to hang out as we adapt to maskless socializing is to do so outside. This feels much more natural to many of us as many states didn’t mandate outdoor masking when not in close proximity to others. One suggestion is that you can plan a potluck-style picnic where everyone brings fun treats to share. Alternatively, just a nice long walk through a park while catching up can be extremely relaxing and fun!

Takeout or Delivery at Home

Looking to do something a little more personal? If your friends are vaccinated and comfortable, you can invite them over to your home and do delivery or takeout. This can take away the stress of reserving a table at a busy restaurant. You can set up a fun hangout plan like a movie or board game night while enjoying professionally cooked food with friends. If you are more interested in going out, many restaurants are still keeping social distancing and indoor masking in effect. This will keep you and your pod comfortable while eating at your favorite locations!

Check Out Local Events

Once you have a group that you are comfortable going out with, it is time to check out local events! There are many safe and exciting events you can attend, and more are bound to appear as things open up. For example, this summer there is the “Behold, Be Held” exhibition at The Block Museum’s first-ever outdoor showing that celebrates human intimacy, touch, and self-care in Chicago. Many craft markets and farmers’ markets are starting to open up, providing comfortable and exciting shopping opportunities with friends. Look around in your area to see what may be popping up there!

Regardless of what you and your group chooses to do, make sure to consider everyone’s different levels of comfort. It will take some people longer than others to acclimate back to normal. Make sure to create space for them to transition at their own pace! They will appreciate the support and care.

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Stepping Out? Check Out These Chicago Events this May!

May brings a host of exciting new events to the Chicago area, many of which are appropriately socially distanced. Many of us are getting antsy to get out and be social again but want to do so safely and responsibly. Luckily, many event planners understand that struggle, and there are a host of great things to attend this month! Here is a list of Chicago events this May if you are looking to get out again!

Drive-Up Events

Drive-up movies aren’t the only events that are viewable from your car anymore. If you are looking for something child-friendly to do (or just want some joyful fun), you can attend the Dino Safari Drive Thru Adventure from May 7th – May 23rd! During your drive, you play an audio tour through your car speakers or Bluetooth giving you a full narrative experience as you drive through the life-sized moving dinosaurs. From the T-Rex to the Spinosaurus, there are 40+ enormous dinosaurs to gawk at on your journey.

Are you looking for something more traditional? The Music Box is continuing to hold fun drive-up movie events. Upcoming from May 7th to May 13th is “The Big One – Heist Films at the Music Box,” celebrating fun heist films from Ocean’s Eleven to Heat. If this isn’t your style, check out their website for other movies and events upcoming this month. Are you more comfortable staying home? You also can use Music Box Direct to stream films while supporting a local business!

Catch Some Fireworks

Every Saturday in May, the Navy Pier will be hosting a special 10-minute firework show! There are plenty of safe, open areas to view the beautiful show, making for a perfect date night. While there, dine at one of the many outdoor restaurant options like the Billy Goat Tavern or the Lirica. They also will have a limited amount of rides and cruises running, such as the Centennial Wheel and the Odyssey cruises. The Navy Pier is reopening with many safety precautions in place, such as a facemask requirement, 90+ hand sanitizer dispensers, and Social Distancing Ambassadors to ensure everyone is staying safe. Note that groups of 10 or more are asked not to attend.

Support Local Businesses

The Puerto Rican Cultural Center is working with the businesses on Paseo Boricua in Humboldt Park to host an event called El Jolgorio de Salsa y Más. Every Saturday, this event will host a series of local business pop-ups, cultural performances such as ¡WEPA! Mercado del Pueblo, DJs, and Salsa dancing at Esmeralda’s lounge. Attending is a great way to support local businesses and artists while also supporting the fantastic Puerto Rican Chicago community! To keep up to date on the different events and attractions, follow the Puerto Rican Cultural Center Facebook page as well as the event’s Facebook page. They also share more photos.

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Smelling Flowers to Grabbing a Brew: April Chicago Events

As the weather continues to warm up, many of us are looking to get out and safely attend events. There are many things popping up during this time of year. From flower shows to pop-ups, the city is starting to host more things around town. From smelling flowers to grabbing a brew, we have a list of great ideas to get out and enjoy these April events.

Visit a Spring Flower Show

Spring brings us blooming flowers, meaning that there are multiple spring flower shows to visit around the city. The Garfield Park Conservatory has the show “Saturation,” which focuses on giving attendees a look at flowers with a focus on color. The color-grouped flowers showcase an amazing range of hues and provide a dazzling visual. Lincoln Conservatory also has decided to choose a color-based show, the “Pretty in Pink” flower show has a wide range of flowers showing off rosy tints. Whichever flower show you attend, the pops of color are a much-needed welcome back into nature for many of us.


Grab Some Beers and Art at a Pop-up

Looking to support local? Chicago Craft: A Collective Grip is the perfect weekly event for you. Presented by Jeppson’s at the Cobra Lounge, you can get your alcoholic fix here while perusing merch and art. You can either build your own six-pack from local breweries, or instead grab some craft cocktails to-go by local bartenders. Of course, as a Jeppson’s event, it wouldn’t be complete without the offering of Malört shots. Beyond all of this alcohol, however, is the opportunity to look at vintage riot fest merch and local band merch. Local artists are featured every week, allowing you to peruse their works and potentially bring one home. If you are feeling lucky, you can enter for one of the raffles and giveaways as well! Masks are required and a limited number of people are allowed in the lounge at a time to ensure safety.

April Chicago events

Get Nerdy

If smelling flowers or grabbing a brew don’t seem your catch, consider going to the Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes exhibit! This MSI exhibit shows off over 300 items that take you into Marvel’s long history. You can see everything here from costumes and props from the movies to very first published Marvel comic from 1939. More of a gamer? Check out Nom Nom: 40 Years of Pac-Man Design and History at the Chicago Gamespace! This exhibit celebrates the yellow hungry character’s 40th anniversary, exploring the evolution and history behind this iconic game. 

April Chicago Events

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Springing into Art

Springing into Art: April 2021 Art Events

April truly marks that Spring has arrived! With many becoming vaccinated, people are itching to get out and go to a safe event. Luckily, April marks a huge array of art events in the Chicago area. You can attend these safely planned events with dates or friends! Read on to see some events that have caught our eyes!

Art Institute of Chicago – Monet and Chicago

The Art Institute of Chicago always has exciting exhibits! For instance, current exhibits include the vivid Bisa Butler: Portraits exhibition and the gorgeous Cosmoscapes: Ink Paintings by Tai Xiangzhou. Most recently, they have opened the exhibition Monet and Chicago, running through June 14th. Chicago has a long-running history with the artist Monet, and this beautiful collection explores that relationship. This is a must-see event if you are interested in this unique history and/or Impressionist art! 

Monet and Chicago

Art on the MART

This beautiful outdoor event is continuing this year, and ties into our last submission! While they have a few projects they are implementing this year, they are collaborating with the Art Institute of Chicago to project iconic pieces by Monet. For example, Water Lilies and Stacks of Wheat on theMART will be paired with “Clair de Lune” by Claude Debussy. In addition, they are doing a collaboration with the institute on their exhibition with Bisa Butler as well! Find out more here!

Art Mart

The Womanish Experience

Womanish is a unique installation within a 40,000 square foot space that celebrates and examines the feminine perspective. Moreover, it is an interactive space that lets you explore beautifully designed spaces that also make you think. This is a culturally-inclusive and gender non-conforming experience, challenging you to think about the intersections of gender and race. Look here for more details!

The Womanish Experience

WNDR Museum

The WNDR Museum is reopening with new safety measures. As a result, you can once again experience their interactive exhibitions safely! These installations are thought-provoking and inspiring, allowing you to physically experience the space in a unique way. Their new opening will include 20+ totally new touchless installations to allow for safe art experiences. The installations will include pieces from artists like Keith Haring, Barbara Kruger, and Alex Israel. To buy tickets and learn more, check out the WNDR Museum website!

WNDR Museum

Steppenwolf NOW

Looking to stay home, or looking for a performance? The Steppenwolf NOW virtual stage has six stories of different length and style. They were thoughtfully crafted for a virtual experience. The stage includes pieces such as Wally World (a two-act radio play); Duchess, Duchess, Duchess! (a filmed play); and I am Not your Perfect Mexican Daughter (an audio adaptation). Through their virtual membership, you can watch all Steppenwolf NOW productions anytime from any device through August 31! Look here for more information.

Steppenwolf NOW

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Chicago Restaurant Week 2021: Explore New Food & Support Local

From March 19th – April 4th is Chicago Restaurant Week! During this special time of year, 250+ eateries are open for you to explore. Many showcase special deals and menus for you to try. All restaurants are offering multi-course meals priced at $25 for brunch/lunch, and options between $39 and $55 for dinner menus. To accommodate the special circumstances this year, all locations have listed if they offer indoor, outdoor, delivery, and/or takeout options so you can dine whichever way is most comfortable for you! Take a look at all of the restaurants here and make your reservation, or pick from our list of suggested stops!


This Mediterranean-inspired location has seen great success under Chef Perry Hendrix and the James Beard award-winning Chef Paul Kahan. They have two different locations for you. First, their Avec River North location offers a delicious menu including their well-known chorizo-stuffed medjool dates with bacon and piquillo pepper-tomato sauce! The menu also includes olives, ciabatta, brussels sprouts, paella, confit chicken with escargot sausage and mussels, and a raspberry rose tart. For this location, there are only dine-in options. However, for those of you looking to do delivery or take out, you can look not far to the Avec West Loop location for the same menu! Find more information here.



Ina Mae Tavern & Packaged Goods

Ina Mae Tavern is a refreshing taste of New Orleans right to Bucktown. It is owned by the Pioneer Tavern Group and led by Executive Chef Brian Jupiter. You have options with this menu including items like fried catfish or blackened shrimp with cheese grits. Ending this meal with praline beignets is perfection, and we highly recommend you give this place a try. Ina Mae Tavern & Packaged Goods is offering indoor and outdoor seating as well as takeout or delivery, letting you and your group celebrate this food together in whatever way is most comfortable!

Ina Mae Tavern


Looking for something a little bit romantic for your dinner? Monteverde in the West Loop run by Top Chef alum Sarah Gruenberg is absolutely the place to go. This restaurant is usually a place fostering the Italian shared-dish dining. However, it’s four-course family-style menu will bring that experience straight to your home. This menu includes a salad, pasta course, main course, and dessert. Almost all of the courses come with multiple options including vegetarian and gluten-free alternatives. Find out more here!

Regardless of which restaurant you choose to celebrate Chicago Restaurant Week, remember there are many ways you can enjoy these meals with others safely. Whether picking up take out and meeting up at a park, or enjoying these meals over video calls together, do whatever feels safe for you and follow suggested guidelines!



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