Your Creative Calendar: 63 Things To Do, See, and Hear In March

Get ready for a new Netflix adventure from Pee Wee, a TV network from Vice, new music from Gwen Stefani, and more in your creative calendar.

Your Creative Calendar: 63 Things To Do, See, and Hear In March

It’s the dawn of spring. And also the dawn of justice, apparently. As we await Batman v Superman with bated breath and crossed fingers, it’s a good time to brush off the multi-month scourge of prestige movie season. Sure, letting go of films like Carol and Brooklyn for now may mean sacrificing some substance, but it also feels like ditching a stifling unisex tuxedo and donning some sweatpants. (Yes, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is cinematic sweatpants.) Once you’re nice and comfortable, get ready: There’s a cavalcade of fresh content heading your way this month, including a Netflix adventure for Pee Wee Herman, a new TV network from Vice, and new music from Thao & The Get Down Stay Down. So settle in: Just because it’s about to stop being freezing outside doesn’t mean you need to leave the house ever.


Movies In Theaters

Movies You Should Watch At Home

Albums You Should Hear

Things To Watch On Your TV (Or Your Computer)

Books to Read

Places To Go

[Photo Mash Up: Adriana C. Sánchez for Fast Company, London Has Fallen: courtesy of Focus Features; Whiskey Tango Foxtrot: Frank Masi, 10 Cloverfield Lane: courtesy of Paramount Pictures; I Saw the Light, The Bronze: Tiffany Laufer, courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics; My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2: George Kraychyk, courtesy of Universal Studios; The Brothers Grimsby: Daniel Smith, courtesy of Columbia Pictures; Eye In The Sky:Keith Bernstein, Bleecker Street Pictures; Midnight Special: Ben Rothstein, courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures; Born to be Blue: courtesy of IFC Films; The Lobster: Despina Spyrou; Hello, My Name Is Doris: Seacia Pavao; Ava’s Possessions: courtesy of SXSW; Knight of Cups: Melinda Sue Gordon, courtesy of Broad Green Pictures; My Beautiful Broken Brain: courtesy of Netflix; Damien: Ben Mark Holzberg, courtesy of A&E; Daredevil: Patrick Harbron, courtesy of Netflix; Empire: Christopher Fragapane, courtesy of FOX; Flaked: Matt Kennedy, Adam Rose, Benjamin Cohen, courtesy of Netflix; Hap and Leonard: James Minchin, courtesy of SundanceTV; House of Cards: David Giesbrecht, courtesy of Netflix; Party Over Here: Emily Shur, courtesy of FOX; Rush Hour: Michael Yarish, courtesy of CBS, Justin Stephens, courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.; Schitt’s Creek: courtesy of POP, The Americans: James Minchin, courtesy of FX; The Carmichael Show: Matthias Clamer, courtesy of NBC; The Characters: KC Bailey, courtesy of Netflix; The Path: Greg Lewis, courtesy of Hulu; The Family, The Real O’Neals: Bob D’Amico, courtesy of ABC; Underground: Skip Bolen, courtesy of Sony Pictures Television]

About the author

Joe Berkowitz is a writer and staff editor at Fast Company. His next book, Away with Words, is available June 13th from Harper Perennial.