Consider Your Week Planned: September 28–October 4

Monday, September 28, 2020
Another week, another list of exciting and new activities to do indoors and out!
Monday, September 28
Remember the trailblazing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in this interview with David Rubenstein, in which they discuss her lifelong work fighting for gender equality.
Tuesday, September 29
Cook your own Wagyu rib eye and marinated short ribs on Cote's outdoor patio while sipping from the restaurant's "pandemic wines" list.
weekly events NYC September 28 – October 4 2020 Photo by Gary He/Courtesy of Cote
Wednesday, September 30
Watch ABT principal dancer Misty Copeland reenact Kenneth MacMillan's Romeo & Juliet with fellow ballerina Alessandra Ferri for New York City Center’s Studio 5: Great American Ballerina series.
weekly events NYC September 28 – October 4 2020 Photo courtesy of New York City Center
Thursday, October 1
Walk through the Garden of Eden during this immersive performance and angelic two-hour dining experience, led by the Cell's culinary-artist-in-residence, chef Steven Shikhel.
weekly events NYC September 28 – October 4 2020 Photo by Walter Wlodarcyzk/Courtesy of Cell Theatre
Friday, October 2
American conductor and tonight's host, Scott Yoo, teaches classical concert pianist Stewart Goodyear to play Mozart’s titanic Piano Concerto No. 20—exactly how Mozart would have—in Now Hear This’s Becoming Mozart.
weekly events NYC September 28 – October 4 2020 Photo courtesy of PBS/Facebook
Saturday, October 3
Brooklyn Museum's Art on the Stoop: Sunset Screenings creates a public space for artists to share their video works in this unique outdoor exhibition.
Sunday, October 4
Visit the NoMad Hotel’s brand-new rooftop space for elevated bar bites and a classic pick-me-up—we recommend its spin on the espresso martini, made with aged aquavit and cold brew.
weekly events NYC September 28 – October 4 2020 Photo courtesy of NoMad Hotel, New York/Facebook

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