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- Homeschooling has doubled during the pandemic, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
- Evanston, Illinois has agreed to pay $10 million in reparations to Black residents, with that money specifically going to housing and mortgage assistance.
- The former Goldman Sachs executive and Bitcoin mogul who paid $51 million for Jeffrey Epstein's Upper East Side mansion said he plans to "physically and spiritually" give it a makeover.
- After nine years on the market, Michael Jordan's former Chicago mansion — which still has "23" welded into the front gate — hasn't found a buyer.
- Prince Harry now has a job(?) working for a Silicon Valley mental health and coaching startup.
- Barack Obama won the NAACP Image Award for best nonfiction literary work for his memoir A Promised Land.
- People who bought "Cuomosexual" merch earlier in the pandemic are (sort of) regretting it.
- Here's an oral history from an assistant director of the time a strapped-for-cash Orson Welles starred in a commercial for cheap wine and got hammered off said wine.
- After further investigation, writer Jensen Karp DEFINITELY found cinnamon-and-sugar-coated shrimp tails in his box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
- And finally, hurry up mom!:
Early Addition: Guy Who Bought Jeffrey Epstein's UES Mansion Plans To Give It A "Spiritual Makeover"
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