Concerts Are Canceled, So Musicians Are Heading Back to Risky Day Jobs
Artists who lost touring income are returning to their service industry jobs amid rising coronavirus cases. "Everybody is scared," one told VICE.
Dive Bars Need PPP Loans to Survive—But Big Chains Sucked the Fund Dry
Corporations took millions from a program designed to help small businesses. Without that money, dives across the country are at risk of closing permanently.
How Music Teachers Are Adapting to the Awkward Reality of Virtual Lessons
"Music teachers find themselves in a uniquely advantageous position. Not only can I do this work from home, but everybody has a little more time to pursue their hobbies."