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- Last night, police in suburban Minneapolis used tear gas and flash-bang grenades to clear protesters who'd gathered outside a police station after a cop fatally shot a 20-year-old Black man earlier in the day.
- Epidemiologists have pointed to school sports as the cause of a recent spike in COVID-19 cases around the country.
- "One could argue that much more than New York’s survival depends on [Sarah] Feinberg wooing back subway riders." Bloomberg has a long feature on the subway system's interim president and her role in convincing millions of people to get back on the trains.
- Remember when Millennials were castigated for killing America's passion for home ownership? Now Millennials are buying homes, largely because they're not 21 anymore.
- Two villages on the Vanuatuan island of Tanna that had long seen Prince Philip as a god-like figure are holding a formal period of mourning.
- The seventh and final season of Younger, which premieres on Thursday, will take place in an alternate-universe New York City where the pandemic never happened.
- Actor Joseph Siravo, who played Tony Soprano's dad in The Sopranos' flashback scenes and also taught Shakespeare at NYU, has died at the age of 64.
- And finally, not sure how these two found each other but I'm glad they did:
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