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- Now that you're going out to eat again, here are 66 new-ish restaurants you'll want to check out.
- Here's an incredibly distressing article about "rising Republicans" who are still disputing Joe Biden's presidential victory
- An MTA bus crashed into a three-story building in Prospect Lefferts Gardens today injuring 16 people.
- Despite the pandemic changing a lot of things about remote work, a lot of bosses still don't get it: "Presenteeism has been long ingrained in office culture, even though research shows that working extra hours doesn't actually equate to more productivity."
- Former Styles section editor Choire Sicha is leaving the NY Times to join New York Magazine as an editor-at-large.
- New York Magazine has a compelling article checking in on Yale power couple Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld, the latter of whom was suspended for sexually harassing at least three students and has been called “the Louis CK of legal academia.”
- The FDA has approved a new medication to treat Alzheimers "despite opposition from the agency’s independent advisory committee and some Alzheimer’s experts who said there was not enough evidence that the drug can help patients."
- Watch the full trailer for Steven Soderbergh's new HBO Max crime/heist film No Sudden Move. They had me at "Steven Soderbergh's new HBO Max crime/heist film."
- Speaking of future cinema classics, F9 will makes its French premiere at Cannes Film Festival.
- Clearly the theme of this Extra Extra is now "THA MOVIES, THEY'RE AMAZING," so in that spirit: Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan will portray NY Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor in a film about the Harvey Weinstein story directed by Unorthodox director Maria Schrader.
- This one is movie-adjacent, maybe a little more TV: Ellie Kemper apologized for her past involvement with the Veiled Prophet Ball, the St. Louis-based debutante ball with racist origins.
- And finally, who among us wouldn't want a "magical petting fence"?
Extra Extra: Ellie Kemper Apologizes For Participating In Veiled Prophet Ball
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