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  • Charlie Watts, the steady, brilliant longtime drummer and "unlikely soul" of The Rolling Stones, has died. He was 80.
  • In the funniest and most infuriating video of the day, Jordan Klepper spoke to incooherent anti-vax protesters in New York for The Daily Show.
  • NY Magazine has an enjoyable retrospective of the infuriating Cuomo-de Blasio feud.
  • Call me crazy, but maybe life shouldn't revolve around our jobs? I don't know, it's just a thought.
  • The NY Times Magazine profiles Eric Coomer, the Dominion Voting Systems executive who was targeted with death threats from election conspiracy theorists.
  • The City reports on colorful new hostile architecture at Penn Station.
  • Everything is going completely normally for Rudy Giuliani, why do you ask?
  • Ugh, Spike Lee revealed that he has "questions" about 9/11 and gave space to conspiracy theorists in his new docu-series.
  • The Believer hits the nail on the head as to why David Lynch's weather reports are so compelling: "One watches David Lynch’s Weather Report not to learn about the weather but to watch Lynch perform—even though, precisely because, he doesn’t perform in any actorly way. Instead, he performs himself."
  • Listen to new singles from Caribou, Deerhoof and My Morning Jacket.
  • And finally, that's a good stretch: