Sofar Sounds, a company that books musicians into intimate venues, is adapting to a world where isolation has replaced closeness.
The Sunrise Inn Café, a family-owned restaurant in Warren, Ohio, is fighting to adapt to a take-out-only world.
Owner Stephen Gritzan of Iris Records in Jersey City, New Jersey, talks about how he’s responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Abbey Thurston is a local fashion designer and owner of Abeille, a fashion label. Despite the downturn in overall fashion sales, her business is succeeding.
Music teachers are continuing lessons through video conferencing.
Jazz enjoys a deep relationship with New York City. The city’s clubs and musicians are improvising during these tough times.
Central New York musicians and venue owners are finding new ways to keep local music alive during social distancing.
Virtual dance parties and raves by DJs help shut-ins party in their living rooms.
The hard-hit manufacturing town of Warren, Ohio, is devastated by the loss, even if temporary, of the Packard Music Hall.