In places, or was, two or three hours ago. Quite splendid, out walking in the night before Dawn and in the morning light. It is again a feria, a day without a saint's feast appointed in the Calendar, although on such days a priest would have the option of celebrating what is called a 'votive Mass' i.e. one using the formulary of a feast of Our Lord, Our Lady etc. There is no such option in the recitation of the Office (although today I added the officium defunctorum, the Office of the Dead, as on most Fridays). The sanctoral offices tend to be rather more brief than the ferial ones, ahem; the Friday ferial office at Matins is e.g. 12 Psalms and three lessons (from the first book of Maccabees at this time of year) with their responsoria.
The Eugene Symphony Orchestra people have decided to make available recordings of past concerts, which is welcome. They will be free to watch and listen to on the announced date (the first is Sunday, November 29, at 1500) and then will thereafter be accessible by subscription ($25 each month or ~$300 upfront).
Will make only the one observation now: for ~$17 per month, one can access the season's concerts via livestreams and everything in the library (going back even to the period 1966-1979 with the conductor Herbert van Karajan, with complete seasons from 2008) at the Berlin Philharmonic.
Well, a second observation. This streaming availability seems to be the 2020-2021 season. I hope not.