A snowy mid-April Saturday morning. Paul Revere rides tonight.
Louisa Thomas writes about what it’s like to miss Marathon Day in Boston.
Here’s a follow-up on the food supply issues that I mentioned yesterday. It’s not just the meat processing plants that are having problems.
The Guardian has singled out Charlie Baker as one of a handful of US governors who has stepped up in the crisis. They note his empathy, pragmatism and persistence.
And now that the days have started blending into one another it may be a good time to watch Groundhog Day. Again.