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  • On the latest episode of her new podcast, Michelle Obama said she's suffering from "some form of low-grade depression. Not just because of the quarantine, but because of the racial strife, and just seeing this administration, watching the hypocrisy of it, day in and day out, is dispiriting."
  • Some teens got into Mar-a-Lago with an AK-47.
  • FAO Schwarz has reopened its flagship location, floor piano and all.
  • "The COVID-19 crisis has revealed the brokenness of America’s institutions: police violence and the inhumane criminal-justice system, a medical system that lacks infrastructure and essential equipment, precarious employment for an in-debt population getting by month to month, the toxic effects of globalization and climate change..." Rethinking having kids in 2020.
  • This 1964-65 World's Fair Building made it from New York City to St. Louis at some point, and is now home to a pizza joint.
  • Listen to "There Goes Angela," Tom Petty's "lost" Wildflowers song.
  • At this point of isolation, you are probably all-too-familiar with Netflix's signature "TA-DUM" sound — but did you know it was almost going to be a goat's bleat?
  • Amy Ray and Emily Saliers — you know, the folk rock powerhouse Indigo Girls — will be performing a free, all-dedication livestream tonight at 7 p.m. ET on Facebook Live. "The night will be in the spirit of an old-time radio show, where Indigo Girls will read dedications and perform an entirely new set," according to the press release.
  • And remember, teamwork makes the dream work: