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- Here are all the key takeaways and bizarre details of the insane college admissions cheating scandal, which is as one wag put it, "Fyre Festival for middle-aged parents."
- Here's an interview with cartoonist Eli Valley about why he's not sorry over his Meghan McCain cartoon: "When you’re in such a warped mindset, it’s natural you’re going to call a piece of Jewish art antisemitic."
- The Verge celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Internet by counting down some of their favorite sites.
- Esquire has a good profile of Samuel L. Jackson.
- The brilliant Bill Callahan is going on tour this summer.
- The Mueller report isn't out—nor do we have any idea when it's coming out—but Washington has already started spinning.
- Why did Elizabeth Holmes use a fake deep voice?
- Wayne's World director Penelope Spheeris has nothing but nice things to say about Hollywood.
- Donald Glover compared the upcoming third season of Atlanta with Kanye West's album Graduation: "This is probably our most accessible but also the realest — an honest version of it — and I feel like the most enjoyable, like the third album."
- A NJ transit cop has been suspended for dragging and punching an unconscious man.
- Dinosaur Jr. are hosting their own rock camp.
- How much is a Trump-signed Bible worth? $325.
- The Atlantic looks at how Discord, a gamers messaging app, has gone mainstream.
- If it's Tuesday, that means there's new music from the sublime Tierra Whack.
- And finally, friends ride on each other's backs:
hop on kiddo, i'll help you cross the street
— Humor And Animals (@humorandanimals) March 12, 2019