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  • Reopening New York is not going to happen overnight, and figuring how to "recapture its vibrancy is a question consuming political, business and cultural leaders."
  • Whoa, crazy: CNN is awestruck by the "new generation of White House reporters" who, instead of just regurgitating Trump's soundbites, are "pressing, following up and fact-checking in real time."
  • Could farts be spreading coronavirus? Two Australian doctors think so, but they say you should be safe as long as "you don’t fart close to other people, and that you don’t fart with your bottom bare.”
  • Some very interesting findings on asymptomatic patients: after two weeks of universal screening at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, doctors found that of the 15 percent of pregnant patients who tested positive for the coronavirus, "around 88 percent of these women had no symptoms of infection."
  • Vulture has some suggestions on livestreams and albums to help you celebrate 4/20.
  • Trump wants to blame Obama for coronavirus, and it truly makes no sense.
  • My Bloody Valentine and Supreme have teamed up to launch a seemingly unlikely clothing collaboration.
  • People coopting feminist language and using "my body, my choice" to protest coronavirus safety guidelines are putting everyone in danger.
  • Nobuhiko Obayashi, the idiosyncratic Japanese filmmaker behind cult classic House, has died. He was 82.
  • Your masks, ventilators, and Zoom recordings may one day become the artifacts of our time preserved in museums.
  • Does dating work during quarantine?
  • Trump’s company posted a video on Twitter this month in which pro golfer John Daly suggests drinking a bottle of vodka per day “kills” the coronavirus.
  • Listen to new singles from Deerhoof and Quelle Chris/Chris Keys.
  • And finally, there are delicious things all around you if you look hard enough: