There’s a light frosting of snow on this Saturday morning. RIP, Stanley Kubrick.
The Washington Post takes a look inside the Bernie media machine. It’s not mainstream at all.
Gyms are adapting to life in the time of coronavirus but some gig workers are not making out as well. In the US, we still don’t have the testing capability we need. Testing was botched early on and it’s still a mess. Kits continue to be in short supply. The President said that he likes the numbers where they are, so I hope this is not a calculated ‘head in the sand’ strategy.
McCoy Tyner, who defined jazz piano for a generation, has died at 81.
A billion here, a billion there. The Massachusetts house approved $18 billion dollars in transportation funding without much public discussion. Most of the horse trading was done in private conversations.
And if you’re considering a low carb diet, not only might you drop a few pounds, you may also get a younger brain.