The Agenda

What to Look Out
for This Week

Words by

Ethan Thomas

Published

April 27, 2020

Cultural events calendar for the week of April 27th, 2020

Monday 4/27

Stay-At-Home Orders

Across America

This week brings a lot of uncertainty for many people as stay-at-home orders are being cautiously lifted in select cities and states. We know you're all feeling stir-crazy, but be cautious when going back to a “modified normal.” Continue to wear your mask in public, wash your hands regularly and maintain social distancing when possible.

When each state's stay-at-home order is changing

Tuesday, 4/28

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37

Available at 10 am EDT

Nike's most popular and affordable running shoe is back with the 37th iteration. Inspired by some heavy-hitting and high-tech running shoes, this upgrade beefs up the shoe sole. To help increase durability and comfort, they've added a thicker Zoom Air bag in the forefoot to take on more pounding from the pavement. Also the entire sole has been made out of Nike's patented react foam, which can be found in nearly their entire higher-end running shoe line.

$120 at Nike

In Bookstores

Michael Todd has become a social media sensation for his honest dialogue through his sermons posted on YouTube. In his book, he reviews and builds on portions of those messages as he candidly examines our most common relationship pitfalls and offers intelligent ways on getting past them. Religious or not, this is a very real conversation on the toughest questions we all likely have around our most important personal relationship.

$15.99 at Amazon

Friday, 5/1

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Friday, 5/1

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Streaming on Amazon Prime

Created by Greg Daniels, who had a little success with shows you might've heard of—The Office and Parks and Recreation—takes on the future with a clever, funny and heartfelt story about the parity of living inside a "digital world." Based in 2033, humans are now able to upload themselves into their preferred choice of afterlife virtual reality. When an LA party boy's self-driving car crashes, his high-maintenance girlfriend uploads him into the afterlife of her choosing. The show has the fun and quirky elements we know and love from Daniels's other shows, but is a different enough story to make us fall in love with the cast from the beginning.

Watch the trailer | 83% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes | Add to your list

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