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Two weeks later, Carter and Harkin made the Life Is Golden Vintage Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this call—not just to shut down Nowadays until it was safer to reopen, but to try to keep doing what they do via streaming. Though a friend quickly volunteered to bring his mobile setup out to the space on the Bushwick/Ridgewood border, “It wasn’t until about an hour before we started live broadcasting that we even knew we’d be able to do it,” Carter says. “But we’ve been broadcasting every single night since then, 8 pm to midnight. Aside from keeping on doing what they do, Virtually Nowadays, as it’s called, aims to fundraise via Patreon to stabilize their business—and to support their now out-of-work staff via Venmo, where people can send contributions.