5 Virtual Experiences To Help Cure Your Pandemic Boredom
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5 Virtual Experiences To Help Cure Your Pandemic Boredom

COVID-19 , Cuisine
Jade Robinson
Jade Robinson Feb 25, 2021

We are almost at the one-year anniversary mark of this global pandemic. Wow!

We’ve somehow managed to keep ourselves entertained, mostly through social media and the internet, and it doesn’t have to stop now.

Here are five online experiences worth checking out when you need a little entertainment.

1. Listening To D’Angelo vs Friends At the Apollo Theater

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Swizz Beats, Timbaland and the entire Verzuz team, have been putting on musical performances to keep the at-home concert vibes going. On Saturday Feb. 27, D’Angelo will be entertaining us live from the Apollo Theater. Grab your favorite seat on the couch and tune in to see D’Angelo and surprise guests.

2. Virtual Biscuit Making Class

Has the pandemic heightened your aspirations to be a master chef? Jumoke, a competitor on Beat Bobby Flay and Cutthroat Kitchen is teaching the world how to make “Soulful Biscuits”. Powered by Airbnb Experiences, you will learn how to make your own award-winning biscuits from the privacy of your home.

3. Take A Hip Hop Bootcamp Class

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Tap into the Peloton App, via the 30-day free trial, and take one of their most popular workout classes. Don’t have a Peloton Bike or any other exercise bike? No worries.

4. Cooking Authentic Colombians Empanadas & Arepas

Daniela, Jose and Orlando own a family restaurant in the heart of Cartagena, Colombia. They have created an experience on Airbnb teaching people how to make authentic Colombian dishes. If you are interested in a private class, they offer them, virtually of course.

5. Visit The San Diego Zoo, Virtually

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Missing nature and wildlife experiences? The San Diego Zoo has you covered. They have over 10 livestreams daily of your favorite animals. From hippos to polar bears, elephants and even an owl.

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