As all of us adjust to a new reality in the face of the pandemic, we at ONE Sotheby’s International Realty are doing our best to provide helpful suggestions for you and your loved ones to stay healthy, comfortable and positive. We look forward to sharing our social distancing methods regarding cuisine and farm-fresh ingredients, wellness and beauty, shopping and essential services, charity and community engagement, and culture and entertainment during this difficult time. Stay safe.

Online Opening

Little Haiti gallery Nina Johnson launches a digital experience for new concurrent exhibits by Southern women artists. Shannon Cartier Lucy, who’s been featured in The New Yorker, shows recent paintings of everyday subjects turned surreal in “The Ever-flashing Strap.” Elsa Hansen Oldham’s “Trinity” focuses on textile works with social commentary like quilts. Both are on view from April 3-May 15.

ninajohnson.com

Sunday Dinner

If you don’t plan to cook your own holiday dinner, now is the time to start thinking about where you’d like to order takeout. Many restaurants are posting cut-off dates for Easter and Passover orders. In the meantime, Dune Fort Lauderdale has you covered for old-fashioned Sunday dinners. The package includes a half-chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw, veggies and biscuits.

2200 North Ocean Boulevard; 754.900.4059. dunefl.com

Bag Lady

Haute handbag doyenne Judith Leiber’s extraordinary life is told through a new virtual exhibit curated by the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU. “Master Craftsman” displays an array of accessories (minaudières, eyewear, pillboxes) from the late designer’s personal collection as well as pieces loaned by her South Florida clientele. Enjoy it here.

jmof.fiu.edu

Laptops for Lotus

Yesterday would have been Lotus House’s annual spring gala. The “Children First” fund-raiser has been postponed until September 10, but the women’s and children’s shelter still needs support. There aren’t enough laptops to go around for homeschooling, which began this week. Help via love@lotushouse.org. Its web site also posts a wish list for daily supplies, or donate to the relief fund here.

lotushouse.org