For a mini-festival at home, follow the roles of Oscar-nominated actress Saoirse Ronan, who most recently played Jo March in “Little Women.”

How one church in Brooklyn, the epicenter of the COVID-19 crisis, is responding to opportunities in their neighborhood. I can still hear the music spilling from storefront churches on Sunday mornings, smoke billowing from the Caribbean restaurants cooking their jerk chicken and the consistent chaos of jumping on and off subway trains. Woven into our culture is a consistent grind that fits well with the NYC nickname, “The City That Never Sleeps.” Brooklynites in particular have a uniquely prideful ego—feelings of invincibility, constantly busy, always going somewhere, always working or hustling for the next job, and always in search of…