Stay in. Take Out
Help our local community and restaurant businesses during this challenging time by ordering takeout for your next meal. Below is a list of restaurants offering takeout, curbside pickup, delivery and deals for to-go orders. Gift card purchases are another way you can support our local restaurants. View List
During this challenging time, many Greater Palm Springs grocery stores have set aside specific hours for at-risk customers as well as shoppers ages 65 and over. Grocers valley-wide are working around the clock to best serve the evolving needs of our local community. Below is a list of business establishments offering special store hours, delivery services or pick-up options.. View List
See works from Van Gogh, Monet and Cezanne, as you yake a look around this railway station-covered-museum. Try to guess which works belong to which artists.
British Museum, London
This iconic museum located in the heart of London allows virtual visitors to tour the Great Court and discover the ancient Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies. You can also find hundreds of artifacts on the museum’s virtual tour.
Guggenheim Museum, New York
Google’s Street View feature lets visitors tour the Guggenheim’s famous spiral staircase without ever leaving home. From there, you can discover incredible works of art from the Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary eras.
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
This famous American art museum features two online exhibits through Google. The first is an exhibit of American fashion from 1740 to 1895, including many renderings of clothes from the colonial and Revolutionary eras. The second is a collection of works from Dutch Baroque painter Johannes Vermeer.
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
You can virtually walk through this popular gallery that houses dozens of famous works from French artists who worked and lived between 1848 and 1914. Get a peek at artworks from Monet, Cézanne, and Gauguin, among others.
National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul
One of Korea’s popular museums can be accessed from anywhere around the world. Google’s virtual tour takes you through six floors of Contemporary art from Korea and all over the globe.
Pergamon Museum, Berlin
As one of Germany’s largest museums, Pergamon has a lot to offer – even if you can’t physically be there. This historical museum is home to plenty of ancient artifacts including the Ishtar Gate of Babylon and, of course, the Pergamon Altar.
Explore the masterworks from the Dutch Golden Age, including works from Vermeer and Rembrandt. Google offers a Street View tour of this iconic museum, so you can feel as if you’re actually wandering its halls.
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
Anyone who is a fan of this tragic, ingenious painter can see his works up close (or, almost up close) by virtually visiting this museum – the largest collection of artworks by Vincent van Gogh, including over 200 paintings, 500 drawings, and over 750 personal letters.
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
European artworks from as far back as the 8th Century can be found in this California art museum. Take a Street View tour to discover a huge collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures, manuscripts, and photographs.
Uffizi Gallery, Florence
This less well-known gallery houses the art collection of one of Florence, Italy’s most famous families, the de’Medicis. The building was designed by Giorgio Vasari in 1560 specifically for Cosimo I de’Medici, but anyone can wander its halls from anywhere in the world.
MASP, São Paulo
The Museu de Arte de São Paulo is a non-profit and Brazil’s first modern museum. Artworks placed on clear perspex frames make it seem like the artwork is hovering in midair. Take a virtual tour to experience the wondrous display for yourself.
National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City
Built in 1964, this museum is dedicated to the archaeology and history of Mexico’s pre-Hispanic heritage. There are 23 exhibit rooms filled with ancient artifacts, including some from the Mayan civilization.
Australian fitness trainer Kayla Itsines’ women’s fitness app is hugely popular for good reason: Sweat, which is filled with her signature BBG (Bikini Body Guide) program, will give you results. (At least that’s what fans’ before/after photos shared on Itsines’ Instagram demonstrate.) These workouts will also be the cause of plenty of perspiration, so do keep up the social distancing. Her 26-minute exercises call for dumbbells and jump-rope.
Bonus:The app (available in the App Store and Google Play) is free for seven days. After that, it’s $19.99 a month.
Adriene Mishler’s yoga YouTube videos have more than 500 million views. Why? Well, she has a video for everything, from long morning routines to quick, post-run stretches and movements for neck pain. The instructor is down-to-earth and easy to follow, and her adorable dog Benji, who is seen sleeping in many of her videos, just adds to the mellow vibe.
Bonus: Adriene just uploaded a “Yoga for Uncertain Times” YouTube workout playlist which, like all of her videos, is completely free.
If you have a treadmill or stationary bike: Peloton app
Whether or not you have a Peloton bike (which turned out to not be such a thoughtless Christmas gift after all) or treadmill, you can access the Peloton app for its running and spinning workouts. Peloton’s motivating instructors (many of whom have huge followings) lead livestreamed classes where users can virtually high-five other participants. The Peloton app also offers boot camps, guided runs, yoga and strength training routines.
Bonus: Peloton is offering its app (available in the App Store, Google Play and Amazon Appstore) for free for 90 days. After that, it’s $12.99 a month.
Perky trainers Katrina Scott and Karena Dawn host live classes and have a library of hundreds of workouts that range from 10 to 40 minutes. Their goal: To help you boost metabolism and, yes, tone it up. You can do plenty of their efficient workouts (many of which are booty and leg-focused) with just a yoga mat. You’ll be able to do even more with a dumbbell and resistance band.
Bonus: Tone It Up (available in the App Store) is now free until April 13. After that, it’s $14.99 a month.
Good news for people in cramped apartments with thin walls: Melissa Wood Tepperberg’s classes involve small and precise movements that can be done anywhere. Need something even lower impact than the low-impact workouts? She offers guided meditations, too.
Bonus: The first week of workouts (available online and in the App Store) are free. After that, the program is $9.99 a month.
Sworkit emphasizes proper form over instructor spiels, with detailed descriptions of each fitness move. There are exercise playlists for adults, and also specific categories of workouts for children. And it’s a fun word, no? Sworkit technically stands for “simply work it,” but we prefer to think of the word as a hybrid of circuit and workout.
Bonus: The app (available at the App Store and Google Play) offers free kids content and is $9.99 a month after a 7-day trial.
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