U.S’s oldest living WWII veteran celebrates his 110th birthday. Sometimes, when people talk to Lawrence Brooks, he has to tell them “there’s no need to yell, I can hear you just fine.”
Leonard Pitts: When a child goes missing, you call the police. You don’t grab a gun and try to push your way into the wrong house.
Larry Kramer obituary: American playwright, author and Aids activist best known for The Normal Heart.
I was aware that Phyllis George, who recently died at age 70, had been crowned Miss America in September 1970. The pageant was a whole lot more culturally relevant then than it’s been this century. Still, I was surprised when she became a sportscaster in 1974, and joined the cast of The NFL Today a year later. She was a trailblazer, and many women now cover major sports in the United States.
Mount St. Helens, 40 years later.
Messed up things you never noticed in your favorite ’80s movies by Mick Martin.
Former White House employee who served 11 presidents dies of coronavirus at 91. Wilson Roosevelt Jerman, who began working at the White House in 1957.
Inflamed brains, toe rashes, strokes: Why the weirdest symptoms are only emerging now.
Amy Biancolli: faith, fear of death, and fatheads.
New Zealand went from Level 4 to Level 2 lockdown, and Arthur reports it all.
Alas, the last of the posts from Notes From The Pandemic.
He tried to troll Michigan’s Secretary of State on voting laws. It didn’t end well for him.
Fortunately, there is the Environmental Protection Network.
Distraction – Randy Rainbow.
Now I Know
This Too Shall Pass – Mike Love with John Stamos.
You Can Close Your Eyes – James Taylor and family.
At Times Like These – Live Lounge Allstars.
Mother – Roger Waters.
Symphony No. 50, Mount St. Helens, by Alan Hovhaness.
Overture and incidental music from Rosamunde, by Franz Schubert.
Shakespeare In Love composed by Stephen Warbeck.
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