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  • Donald Trump was on a tear yesterday: he encouraged his followers to illegally vote twice in North Carolina. And he keeps trying to use Westchester to stir up racist fears of suburban blight.
  • The Brooklyn Nets have hired Hall Of Fame guard Steve Nash to be their next coach.
  • Facebook will stop accepting new political advertisements in the week before November’s presidential election in an attempt to clamp down on misinformation.
  • RIP Hall Of Fame Mets pitcher Tom Seaver, one of the greatest pitchers of all time.
  • A man in Nebraska has made a compelling case as to why we should rename boneless chicken wings: “Nothing about boneless chicken wings actually comes from the wing of a chicken,” he said. “We would be disgusted if a butcher was mislabeling their cuts of meats, but then we go around pretending as though the breast of a chicken is its wing?”
  • GQ caught up with Michael Imperioli for a delightful and zen profile.
  • Here is a very good CNN report on the eviction crisis during the pandemic.
  • Howard Forman, a health-policy professor at Yale University, explains to The Atlantic why "herd immunity" is not actually a viable strategy for dealing with coronavirus: "There’s never been a real case of herd immunity through infection," he said. "Combine massive testing with things like masking and social distancing, and then you have to ask yourself: Why would you allow people to just die in such large numbers when you have these alternatives that are readily available to us?"
  • Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson revealed that he and his family recently tested positive for coronavirus.
  • Watch the second official trailer for No Time To Die, still due out in theaters in November.
  • Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner and Crying’s Ryan Galloway have teamed up for a new EP, which you can listen to now.
  • And finally, if this doesn't bring a tear of joy to your eye, then you're not a real New Yorker: