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- Defying experts, Donald Trump reiterated his desire for the country to go back to normal by Easter. As Vox wrote, ending social distancing will guarantee more deaths.
- The Atlantic has compiled "an unfinished compendium of Trump's overwhelming dishonesty" during the coronavirus crisis.
- Musicians including Angel Olsen, Perfume Genius and more talked to Pitchfork about what they've been listening to during this pandemic.
- Is it too dangerous to pick up groceries for my neighbor?
- The Good Place creator Michael Schur masterfully applies the philosophical Trolley Problem to Trump's proposed response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Terrence McNally, the four-time Tony Award-winning playwright who wrote Kiss of the Spider Woman, Ragtime, and Love! Valour! Compassion!, has died of complications caused by coronavirus. He was 81.
- Wells Fargo call center workers have been mandated by the company to come to the office and won't let them work from home.
- A 26-year-old NYC woman told CNN that she had to spend two nights in the hospital on oxygen because of coronavirus, despite having no underlying symptoms that would put her at higher risk for the virus.
- The city's Health Department thinks rimming is not a good idea right now.
- Lieutenant Dan, an adorable two-legged hound, has been named the next Cadbury Bunny.
- A Russian opera house will hold live performances for a single spectator, and stream it for everybody else.
- Here are some tips on how to talk to COVID-19 skeptics without losing your mind.
- A couple rad new singles to listen to today: if you love LCD Soundsystem-type post-punk dance music, don't miss out on Squid's "Sludge;" the Dirty Projectors released the lovely "Sing For Life," off an upcoming EP; a new pop ballad from Rosalía called “Dolerme;” and another great Stereolab-inspired song from Peel Dream Magazine, "It's My Body."
- And finally, someone's got a case of the zoomies:
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