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- For the record, Paw Patrol has not been cancelled, despite what White House spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany claimed today.
- Charlie Warzel argues in this very good op-ed that we should collectively ignore the cancel culture debaters and other "attention hijackers." He writes that we have more productive things to do with our time: "In other words, we have every possible reason to withdraw our attention from those who greedily seek it and invest it somewhere else."
- Revel is being sued by at least 12 people in NYC "who claimed the scooters malfunctioned or by people who claim they were injured by Revel riders driving them unsafely."
- If you're looking for an exquisite brunch hate read, the NY Times has got you covered: "Turning a Second Home Into a Primary Home."
- The beginning of the pandemic shutdown was apparently the longest period of quiet in recorded human history.
- Have you accidentally tricked your body into thinking you're lighter than you actually are?
- RIP La Caridad 78, the Cuban-Chinese UWS restaurant that has been a staple in the neighborhood for more than 50 years.
- More than two dozen people, most of them children taking swimming lessons, were sickened at a New Jersey pool "by a toxic concoction of chlorine gas and hydrochloric acid."
- A Lyft driver who told a woman that he would not give her a ride if she wasn't wearing a mask told NBC that he was spit on and attacked by her, and he was later arrested.
- How would you reimagine the Brooklyn Bridge?
- The National's Aaron Dessner talked to Pitchfork about his collaboration with Taylor Swift.
- And finally, please take me here:
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