Picture Of The Day: if you work for an advertising agency and are tasked with coming up with a commercial for a client that wants to show its compassionate side during the coronavirus crisis, all you have to do is follow the same boilerplate script everyone else is using.
For the Picture Of The Day, here’s a sheltered-at-home version of Ravel’s “Bolero” performed recently by the members of the New York Philharmonic. If you close your eyes, you can see Bo Derek.
For the Picture Of The Day, Roy Zimmerman returns with a parody of “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” targeting The Lyin’ King in the White House.
Picture Of The Day: forty-four members of the cast of the 2006 revival of “A Chorus Line” created this quarantine edition of the opening number of the show.
It’s January, 2020, and you’re visited by your future self from April, 2020, with some unexpected news about what’s going to happen in the coming months. That’s the premise of this clever video by Julie Nolke.
Picture Of The Day: In the 1980s, after performing on an HBO “Young Comedians” special, juggler Michael Davis emerged from the world of “variety” acts to become nearly omnipresent on television. This was his first time on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.”
Today’s Picture Of The Day is a very clever PSA from the Ohio Department of Health about how social distancing helps flatten the curve.
You probably know the versions by Jackie Wilson and Rita Coolidge, but have you seen it played by the Ukulele Orchestra?