NYC has always attracted creative people – those who are happy to wait tables in the evening as long as it pays the bills, only to run to auditions and have time for their art during the day. But the coronavirus pandemic has forced over a thousand Big Apple restaurants to close, and that means no jobs for the NYC bohemia. Anna Nelson looked into how New York’s art scene has been adapting to the new reality. Anna Rice narrates her story.
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