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  • The Times looked at how the pandemic contributed to the housing crisis in the Bronx getting worse: "More than 26,000 renters in the borough have been sued by their landlord since the pandemic began, the highest concentration of eviction cases in New York State and more than in many large American cities."
  • Breaking news and breaking wind headline of the day: "What Can Your Farts Tell You About Your Health?"
  • Are we having fun yet? Party Down is officially coming back on Starz with the entire core cast (Adam Scott, Jane Lynch, Ken Marino, Martin Starr, Ryan Hansen and Megan Mullally) except for Lizzy Caplan, who is apparently too busy filming Fleishman Is In Trouble.
  • Finally, someone is asking the tough questions: Is there any harm in eating the sticker on a piece of fruit?
  • Farewell Thor: longtime Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard has agreed to a one-year, $21M deal with the Los Angeles Angels.
  • It's finally happened: Gen Z are the new Boomers. The ouroboros of generational stereotyping is complete!
  • If you're a fan of Edgar Wright, then you won't want to miss this Vanity Fair video in which he breaks down scenes from throughout his career, including Spaced, Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim and more.
  • When two teens exchanged gunfire in a Philadelphia suburb, police opened fire and killed an 8-year-old girl. Now the two teens have been charged with first-degree murder because of “transferred intent,” while the cops get to keep their jobs.
  • So a bear walked into a 7-Eleven and used a hand sanitizer station...
  • The cast is completely stacked, but the official trailer for Adam McKay's Don't Look Up is not filling me with confidence.
  • Big Thief announced their new 20-track album Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You is coming out in February—listen to "Time Escaping" now.
  • And finally, what do you think this dog smelled?