• Virtual Culture This Weekend

    Quarantine may have restricted our movement, but that doesn't mean there isn't live culture still out there. We've got some weekend livestreams to keep you informed and entertained—across talks, lectures, and performances. Read more »
  • Virtual Talks, Lectures, and Performances This Week

    Quarantine culture may be limited, but there are still virtual live events to enjoy from the (relative) comfort of home. We've got some livestreams for the week to keep you informed and entertained—across talks, lectures, and performances. Stay healthy out there and look forward to sessions with Masha Gessen, Matthew Modine, and the professor who teaches the most popular course in the history of Yale. Read more »
  • Upcoming Virtual Talks Around Social Justice

    Thought Gallery stands in solidarity with our Black co-workers, colleagues, friends, and neighbors. We are dedicated to promoting a diversity of views in what we curate for the site. The events below encompass Black Lives Matter, historical struggles, and the ongoing effort to fulfill the American promise of equality for all. Read more »
  • The June Calendar: Events for Each Day This Month

    This is the month when New York City nominally comes off pause, but we anticipate most of the available culture will still be of the virtual kind. There are still plenty of chances to learn and explore, though, from the science of cheese to a virtual Stonehenge livestream. Read more »
  • The Best Virtual Spring Walks and Tours

    Don't let lockdown keep you from exploring the city you love (and a few spots further afield). Read more »

Featured Event

Calmness in Turbulence with Ancient Wisdom

As we all go through this incredibly difficult time and look for wisdom and guidance, “Calmness in Turbulence” comes as a wonderful learning opportunity based on time-tested ancient wisdom. Watch Gautamji, senior protégé of the celebrated Indian philosopher and Guru Swami Parthasarathy, speak live online Sunday, June 14th.