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  • The Times has a fascinating in-depth article about how Pfizer makes its COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Headline of the day: "The World's Richest Men Are Brawling Over The Moon."
  • Here's a good summary of the scurrilous front page New York Post story about Kamala Harris which led to a reporter resigning.
  • Governor Andrew Cuomo's aides reportedly spent at least five months "repeatedly overruling state health officials" about COVID nursing home death numbers.
  • Vice interviewed celebrity impersonators who have found a revenue stream via Cameo.
  • Input asks the important questions: "Can A.I. Be Horny?"
  • Astronaut Michael Collins, who was part of the three-member crew on Apollo 11 but didn't walk on the moon, has died at 90.
  • A Lower Manhattan neighborhood continues to be divided by a billion dollar battle over affordable housing and the future of a parking lot at the South Street Seaport: "This may not be anyone’s ideal way to address the city’s affordable housing crisis or finance a cultural touchstone or build a skyscraper or a neighborhood. But one thing is certain. It’s better than a parking lot."
  • ESPN has a fun read about how the Knicks made a run at signing Michael Jordan in 1996.
  • David Cronenberg is set to make Crimes Of The Future, his first film in over seven years, this summer in Greece with Viggo Mortensen—best of all, it's reportedly a return to Cronenberg's signature body horror subject matter.
  • And finally, gotta make room for another butt: