Reaction to Coronavirus

Monday on WKAR, we brought you an introduction to the newly announced 2020-2021 season of the Wharton Center of Performing Arts and their popular Broadway selections. Today, WKAR’s Jamie Paisley digs deeper with some more of next season’s selections, plus what the Wharton Center plans on doing, at this point, about coronavirus concerns and public health. 

Williamston Restaurants Adapt Amid COVID-19 Restrictions

Mar 30, 2020
Many businesses have had to limit operations to take-out and delivery only in response to the Governor's "Stay home, Stay safe." order.
Regan Holgate

Williamston restaurants, like others in Michigan, are limited to takeout and delivery services only, according to Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s stay-at-home order, the latest of many steps to curtail the spread of COVID-19.

Rudy Gobert
NBA Meraki / Flickr Creative Commons

Cancellations and postponements stun us all. How the sports world must adjust to the coronavirus. 

Jamie Paisley | WKAR

With the outbreak and pandemic of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, many cultural organizations have been cancelling their performances out of concern for public health and safety. However, many arts organizations are using this opportunity to live stream their performances from otherwise empty venues. We will attempt to keep and update this list active for the next few weeks as a way to connect and enjoy performances while we continue to face this emergency situation.