Another round up of stuff that’s helping to keep us occupied outside work this week. If you missed last week’s it’s here.
They think it’s all over. It is now.
When this is all over, we want all sports to be just dogs doing dog things (with excellent sports commentary, of course).
I was bored. pic.twitter.com/bVoC0hyNzC
— Andrew Cotter (@MrAndrewCotter) March 27, 2020
Some sports are slower. More about the strategy. pic.twitter.com/JMBaGJ1tSd
— Andrew Cotter (@MrAndrewCotter) April 9, 2020
Silence isn’t always golden
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Last Saturday 1.4 million people beamed United We Stream‘s Hacienda House Party right into their sitting rooms. Missed it? Don’t worry, this weekend Paul Oakenfold is recreating his legendary Spike Island set on Saturday from 6pm.
Usual rules apply. Stay at home. Donate what you can afford to raise money for those in need. Dance like no one is watching (because they’re not, see previous). Don’t queue for the bar or loo.
Creative City GM is asking people to create something upbeat to share with elder community members. Create positive pictures, letters and stories. Email your artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org and they’ll send it safely to Manchester care homes. Send joy!
Inspired by those better than us, we had some fun on our daily walk and created a quick hop-scotch activity to keep our village moving. Locating it outside our front window means this week we’ve been mostly watching big kids twirling and star-jumping.
Transport planners ’til we die