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  • Jeff Zucker announced today he was resigning from CNN after failing to disclose a longtime romantic relationship with a CNN senior executive.
  • Mayor Eric Adams and former Gov. Andrew Cuomo were spotted having a "lengthy dinner meeting" in Midtown this week, which presumably was quite swaggerful.
  • Alex Ross has a thoughtful piece in The New Yorker on the Spotify backlash and the future of music consumption: "What if, in order to support musicians that you care about, you were asked to give up the very idea that all music should be available on demand?"
  • The Washington Football Team will now be known as the equally generic Commanders.
  • Eminem, Beck, A Tribe Called Quest, Kate Bush, Dolly Parton and more have been nominated to the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. Meanwhile, a lot of other artists have not been nominated.
  • Amanda Moore spent most of 2021 going undercover inside "MAGA world," documenting the rise of extremist right-wing groups and learning how they were trying to gain legitimacy.
  • The Ringer has some relatable Olympics content: "Every Winter Olympic Event, Ranked by How Terrified I’d Be to Participate in It."
  • Rumors are heating up that former Mayor Bill de Blasio is thinking about running for the 11th congressional district seat, and nobody is happy about it.
  • Sam Esmail, Julia Roberts and Shea Whigham reunite for a new Watergate-era Starz show, Gaslitcheck out the trailer, which also features an unrecognizable Sean Penn.
  • Listen to Lucy Dacus' lovely new single, “Kissing Lessons," and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever's "The Way It Shatters," the first single from their just-announced album, Endless Rooms.
  • And finally, who would say no to this: