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Thin Places, by Jordan KisnerIn this perceptive and provocative essay collection, an award-winning writer shares her personal and reportorial investigation into America’s search for meaning.When Jordan Kisner was a child, she was saved by Jesus Christ at summer camp, much to the confusion of her nonreligious family. She was, she writes, “just natu
London man offers cheap fix for potential ventilator shortage amid coronavirus pandemicAs health authorities urge Canadians to 'help flatten the curve,' a London man says he might have the solution should a large number of people fall critically ill with the respiratory condition known as COVID-19.1
John Henry Wants Liverpool Fans To Know That Sometimes Even Billionaires Can Be Shamed Into Doing The Right ThingIt’s hard to tell your supporters, “This Means More,” when you’re punting all your non-playing staff. It only took a day or two of public shaming for the owners of Liverpool FC, Fenway Sports Group, to figure that one out. I suppose billionaires who are even capable of feeling shame or embarrassment are minimally better than the ones who aren’t. You can find the latter in our government currently.
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Named Their New Non-Profit "Archewell" After Their SonNow that their Sussex Royal brand is kaput, newly christened commoners Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are doing a rebrand, which is the celebrity version of cutting your own bangs after a breakup. Yesterday the non-royals told The Telegraph that they're launching a non-profit organization called "Ar
3 Storied Napa Wineries Enter a New EraAll things change, but there’s always an air of apprehension when iconic wineries are acquired by new owners, an occurrence that’s on the rise in Napa Valley. There’s no real surprise here—aging founders, succession questions, and the stratospheric cost of replanting older vineyards are coming into play for many benchmark properties in the region. The worry is always that what made the wines famous in the first place will be diluted or changed for the worse. Yet three recent transitions inspire hope rather than concern.
Coronavirus Is the "New Terrorism": Daily Brief | Human Rights WatchPlus: Asia's overcrowded prisons at grave risk of COVID-19 outbreaks; rights risks to older people in coronavirus response; no "social distancing" possible for refugees crammed into camps in Greece; Gulf countries to put a hold on deportations; concerns over South Africa's response; Afghanistan should prosecute head of ISIS-linked group for war crimes; the UN fails to name Russia for bombings in Syria; and is Europe finally seeing some light at the end of the dark pandemic tunnel?