Welcome to Tuesday.
What happened to the Twitter poison pill? Apparently there was a $44 billion dollar antidote.
Herkimer, New York, is claiming that it’s the birthplace of basketball. Springfield and James Naismith may have something to say about that. And—it’s called basketball, not crateball.
Even with full coffers, the Massachusetts legislature is resisting calls for tax relief in the face of inflation and high gas prices. Meanwhile, on the federal side…
Ry Cooder and Taj Mahal have teamed up again. Even better, they’re paying tribute to two other greats, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee.
And Vietnamese food drive-through restaurants? Yes, please.