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MIYOKO’S HOME COMFORTS
Every day at 3 p.m., on the Miyoko’s Home Comforts Facebook page, cookbook author and vegan food entrepreneur Miyoko Schinner, founder of Petaluma’s Miyoko’s Kitchen, is hosting a short show offering empowering tips to live your values even in uncertain times. Miyoko explains how to turn pantry staples into delicious vegan recipes.
VIRTUAL BINGO AND TRIVIA FROM THE BLOCK
Mark the Bingo Master, a Wednesday night regular at The Block – Petaluma’s Food Truck and Beer emporium – has found a way to keep the game alive even with the popular spot currently not open for such weekly entertainments (or food trucks). The games are continuing via Facebook Live, every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Just visit “The Block Petaluma” on Facebook to play. The page has a tutorial on how to make your own Bingo cards with a piece of paper and a sharpie, so scroll down until you find that and be ready to play. Also on the Block Facebook page, on Thursday nights at 6:30, you can participate the Block’s weekly trivia game, now called Virtual Trivia and adapted for play online (HINT: it’s actually even harder now, therefore more exciting for the winners, who do still get prizes!).

BEATLES SING-ALONG
Need to sing? Like the Beatles? Well, singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Robby Elfman is putting together what he calls “the most epic Beatles sing-along since the before-times.” The virtual event will take place on Aqus Café’s Zoom platform (they’re calling it the Zoom Room), where Robby will take requests for any Beatles song you want to hear and sing along to. If you are somehow able to stump Robby (as if, but why not try?), he’ll create a personalized musical voice memo just for you. It’s a Fab Four celebration of the healing power of music. Thursday, April 2, 7-8 p.m. To join, visit Aqus.com/online for the link to the Zoom Room.
REBECCA SOLNIT’S ‘FAIRYTALES FOR EMERGENCIES’
The acclaimed author Rebecca Solnit, who helped popularize the phrase “mansplaining” and has written numerous books, including 2009’s “A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities that Arise in Disaster,” has been hosting a regular series of Facebook Live broadcasts she calls “Fairytales for Emergencies.” It started about three weeks ago, when Solnit began reading fairytales and talking about what they mean for our current situation. The program, which now takes place on Tuesday and Thursdays at 5 p.m., quickly became enormously popular around the world. Solnit grew up in Novato, now lives in San Francisco, and is a popular author with Petaluma book groups and fans. TO see for yourself, visit Jessica Solnit on Facebook.
DRAW A DRAGON
Every morning at 10 a.m., Petaluma’s Gio Benedetti, creator of KPCA Radio’s popular Benedetiville program, is hosting an hour-long show via ZOOM, after launching the popular effort on Facebook. In it, Benedetti draws a dragon, with a step-by-step walk-through of how to draw your own, sort of like Bob Ross (but with happy little dragons instead of happy little trees). Some of the puppets from his show occasionally make an appearance, and Benedetti keeps up and entertaining dialogue with viewers who leave real time comments and suggestions. Find out more at Facebook.com/gio.benedetti.5.
AQUS COFFEE CHAT
John Crowley, of Aqus Café, hosts a daily Zoom-supported “coffee chat,” with participants engaging is community check-ins and information sharing. 10 a.m. every day but Sunday. Connect through Aqus.com/online.
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