Here are just a few of occasions occurring this week and the way to tune in (all occasions are Eastern).
Dr. Perri Klass, a professor of journalism and pediatrics at New York University and a contributor to The New York Times, will reply mother and father’ questions on each day life in the course of the pandemic. She joins Tara Parker-Pope, the founding editor of The Times’s Well part, to speak about children, coping, playtime and extra.
When 1 p.m.
Enjoy story time along with your infant as the kids’s writer and illustrator Sam Wedelich reads her model of “Chicken Little.” Best for ages four to eight.
When 10 a.m.
Gagosian galleries’ latest chapter in its new online series, “Broadcast: Alternate Meanings in Film and Video,” makes its debut. It examines work by the Pop artist Ed Ruscha, the media-art pioneer Nam June Paik, the painter and sculptor Rachel Feinstein and others.
Austin Scott, who starred in Broadway’s “Hamilton” and “Girl From the North Country,” performs a duet with Alexa Cepeda, a singer-songwriter. The Broadway star Laura Osnes will interview the duo, after which they will sing “My Favorite Things,” from “The Sound of Music,” with Ms. Cepeda also on guitar.
When 1 p.m.
Where Rodgers & Hammerstein’s YouTube Channel
Nuyorican Poets Cafe of the Lower East Side of Manhattan offers a virtual open mic night. Hosted by Caridad De la Luz, the poet and playwright, the night will have at least 25 performance slots for art of all types. Those who are brave enough can sign up to perform starting 24 hours before the event.
When 9 p.m.
The Sazerac House in New Orleans hosts a free evening dedicated to its namesake cocktail. Mixologists will teach viewers the history of the drink as well as tips and tricks to perfect it. A list of the needed ingredients will be provided after registration (it’s a mix of absinthe, brandy and bitters, to start.) Registration required.
When 7 p.m.
One of San Francisco’s best-known L.G.B.T.Q. bars, the Stud, hosts a drag show to kick off Pride Month.
When 9:30 p.m.
Where Search “Drag Alive” at eventbrite.com, donation of $1 or more required.
The doors at Marie’s Crisis may be closed, but the storied Greenwich Village piano bar’s show-tune singalongs continue each night. This evening’s entertainment will be kicked off by Franca Vercelloni, a longtime Marie’s performer who sees herself as “the dominatrix” of piano bar musicians. Don’t forget to contribute to the performers’ virtual tip jars via Venmo.
When 5 p.m.
Where Marie’s Group Facebook Page (Note: This is a private group. Be sure to request to join at least a few hours before showtime.)
As part of its Artist Series, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center is streaming videos of concerts from its archives, followed by a live Q. and A. with a featured performer. This week, it’s the pianist Gilbert Kalish with vocal soloists and other musicians.
When 5 p.m.