Weekend Outlook – Watch a Brooklyn comedy show on Zoom

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For some Christmas Day entertainment, tune into the longest-running stand-up comedy show in Brooklyn, now online.

With finals completed and the holidays upon us, there’s plenty of time to unwind and do something new. This weekend, learn about graffiti and street art, map out your 2021 goals by creating a vision board or laugh out your stress at an online comedy show. Whatever it is, stay out of the cold and safe. 

Friday
The Living Room Comedy Show

Looking for a laugh on Christmas Day? The “longest-running stand-up comedy show in Brooklyn” has moved online and can be viewed by anyone, anywhere. Boasting some of TV’s funniest comedians, this free comedy show promises to be both clean and hilarious. 

Tickets can be reserved on Eventbrite but are limited to the first 50 reservations. Show starts at 8 p.m. EST., and a Zoom link will be sent out to attendees 30 minutes prior. 

Saturday
Graffiti and Mural Tour of Los Angeles

Street art and graffiti is a vibrant and creative art style that can often be difficult to find, especially to those who live far away from the city. In this weekly virtual tour, a guide will lead you through the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District and teach the history and culture of Los Angeles’ urban art scene. Attendees are sent a document file with photographs of the art seen on the tour, in addition to links to all the artists. 

Sign up on Eventbrite to receive a Zoom link. 1 to 2 p.m. EST. Free.

Sunday
Virtual Vision Board Workshop

Anyone who has ever felt that their goals outweighed their motivation may find a solution in vision boards. This free workshop will teach attendees how to map their 2021 goals into a realistic and actionable plan on PowerPoint, Google Slides, Canva or other art supplies. The event also offers opportunities to meet and network with “like-minded visionaries” and “potential accountability partners.”

Sign up on Eventbrite. 4 to 6 p.m. EST. The event will be held virtually, with access information given out via email.

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