While You Are Quarantined


Technology Enthusiast
Run out of stuff to do at home?

Have you run out of movies? music? etc....?

Here is a little list of things that are now free that were not free before corona virus lock down.
  • The Met, like many live performance venues, canceled upcoming shows because of the spread of the corona-virus. Earlier this week it began streaming Live in HD series fpr free.
  • Playbill, for theatergoers, is pointing out 15 treats for you.
  • With live music festivals such as Bonnaroo, Eurovision and SXSW canceled or postponed because of the pandemic, orchestras like the Seattle Symphony are offering free broadcasts via YouTube and Facebook.
  • The eight Ivy League schools are offering hundreds of online courses to the public for free. The educational publishing company Scholastic announced it has a digital learning hub for free that's intended to "support virtual learning plans." It says the curriculum covers English language arts, STEM, social studies and social-emotional learning.
  • Peloton is offering new users a 90-day trial on its app. This news comes as the company announced the closing of its showrooms until at least March 29.
  • Golds Gym is offering free access to its app, Goldsamp, until the end of May, where more than 600 audio and video workouts along with DJ mixes get you ready to work up a sweat. Planet Fitness is offering "Home Work-Ins" streamed live at 7 p.m. ET daily on its Facebook page.
  • If you are looking for something to offer strength and maybe a little stress relief, there are some paid yoga sites that are now providing some online classes for free, including Core Power Yoga and Down Dog.
  • Starting Friday, the National Hockey League is making all games played during the suspended 2019-2020 regular season available to stream on demand. Additionally the league launched "NHL Pause Binge" on its website and YouTube channel, allowing fans to view documentaries and "full-length classic NHL games dating from the 1950s to present day."
  • The NBA and NFL are providing similar offerings through NBA League Pass and NFL Game Pass.
  • If it's sports history you crave, PBS announced that it is making the 1994 Ken Burns documentary Baseball available to be streamed for free.

    Saw this list online and had to share with you.