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  • Do masks ruin children's lives? Probably not.
  • It's not easy running a business in a subway station, especially if the station is closed.
  • Any day there is a profile of the brilliant Brazilian musician Caetano Veloso in The New Yorker is a good day.
  • Andrew Cuomo is thinking about running for office again, and he seems un-self-aware enough to really do it: "Too many people do run for office because it’s about them. It’s about their ego, their need.”
  • Make It Right, a nonprofit launched by Brad Pitt after Hurricane Katrina, was an initiative to "rebuild New Orleans’ storm-ravaged Lower Ninth Ward with sustainable, flood-proof, affordable homes, designed by a list of A-list architects." They built 109 homes at the time—and now only six remain "in reasonably good shape."
  • This one's just for parents out there who live in Australia or were thinking of taking a trip there, or people named Rita and Janet: someone built the Heelers' house from Bluey and is renting it on Airbnb.
  • Henry Darger's landlords have controlled the work he left behind in his Chicago apartment for decades, but now some distant relatives of Darger are making a legal claim "to restore his legacy."
  • Euphoria fans love Euphoria almost as much as they hate Euphoria creator Sam Levinson.
  • What is Amy Coney Barrett's "long game"? The New Yorker reports she's someone conservatives are hoping will overturn Roe v Wade, someone who is “more embedded in the conservative Christian legal movement than any Justice we’ve ever had.”
  • Watch the first trailer for The Dropout, starring Amanda Seyfried as Elizabeth Holmes and Elizabeth Holmes' weird deep voice, and William H. Macy as Forehead Man.
  • Listen to two new songs from the great Andy Shauf: “Satan” & “Jacob Rose.”
  • And finally, this seal is far funnier than most comedians: