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  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are...resigning from the royal family? Taking some time off to "become financially independent"? British people are crazy, man.
  • Here's a story about how a misidentified jar of olive oil may have led to the death of a longtime State Education Department employee.
  • The Nanny is getting turned into a Broadway musical, with music from Fountains of Wayne Adam Schlesinger and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s Rachel Bloom, and a story from series creators Fran Drescher and Peter Marc Jacobson.
  • Some adorable fruit bats will appear on the backs of new quarters.
  • Here's an interesting look at the development of dog parks and how they've changed cities.
  • The live music events company Sofar Sounds will pay $460,357.50 to 654 unpaid volunteer workers (known internally as “ambassadors”) as part of a settlement with the New York State Department of Labor.
  • Elizabeth Warren supporters at her rally in Brooklyn last night think they know why she's lost some steam: sexism.
  • ABC's next live primetime musical will be...Young Frankenstein.
  • Here's how NY's bagel union fought a mafia takeover, but also here's how the NY Times described a bagel in 1960: "an unsweetened doughnut with rigor mortis."
  • It's that time of year again: here's how they count all the squirrels in Central Park.
  • About 100 CollegeHumor employees in New York and Los Angeles have lost their jobs.
  • Mel Magazine gets it: "‘PENIS MAN’ IS THE BANKSY OF THE 2020s."
  • And finally, this is the same face I make anytime anyone has pizza around me too: