A sultry mid-summer Sunday morning. Another 90 degree-plus stretch begins.
The great Peter Green is dead. The person who wrote his obituary is also dead.
There are three missions to Mars planned for this year, one each by the US, China and the United Arab Emirates. But that’s nothing compared to what Elon Musk has in store. He plans to send a million people to the red planet, three ships leaving each day. Jobs for everyone. Sign me up. I’ll open a cocktail lounge up there. It’ll be a Mars Bar.
Here are today’s coronavirus numbers. As Helen Branswell notes, they’re heading in the wrong direction.
With a drastic reduction in tourists and school groups, Boston’s historical sites are struggling to remain solvent. And the people that are coming tend to be from states with high infection rates, which isn’t exactly the best situation.
And Midtown Manhattan is a ghost town this summer and not just because everyone went to Nantucket.