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  • The Times has a very good interactive piece, including a 3D model of the town of Greenwood, marking the anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.
  • Mayor Bill de Blasio promised this week that he would no longer go to his beloved Brooklyn YMCA to work out during his last months in office.
  • Take a trip through Pitchfork's history with this look back at 38 of their formative album reviews (but don't expect to find the infamous "Shit Cat" one).
  • Questionably thirsty headline of the day: "Can AI Be Horny?"
  • New York Magazine reflects back on what has—and mostly hasn't—changed about policing in America in the year since George Floyd's murder. "Even as the police brutalize us and wave off our pleas for justice and accountability, we have also seen them attempt to recuperate. Now they’re here to tell us they can be accountable...They want us to forget that nagging sense some of us started to get last summer — that maybe, just maybe, these armed authoritarians aren’t the inevitability they want us to believe they are."
  • Are you in the market for an "insane" castle in Orange County formerly owned by Yankees legend Derek Jeter? Then you're in luck!
  • Sleater-Kinney spoke to Vulture about their upcoming album Path Of Wellness, soldiering on as a two-piece, and making an album amidst a pandemic and protests.
  • I'm not sure what these people were expecting when they went to visit an $800/month Hell's Kitchen apartment.
  • Check out the teaser trailer for Edgar Wright's new film Last Night In Soho, a "psychological horror" movie that looks like a very tasteful mix of Suspiria and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.
  • Watch Field Music pull off a faithful and very good cover of Queen's classic "Under Pressure."
  • And finally, my dog got very excited when he heard me playing this video: