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  • The White House has finally ordered staff to wear masks inside the building, except when at their desks.
  • Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before: the Trump administration wants to reopen the country ASAP, but scientists are worried about a “second wave” of infections that "may not wait until fall, many scientists say, and instead may become a storm of wavelets breaking unpredictably across the country."
  • Major League Baseball owners have given the go-ahead to making a proposal to the players’ union to begin the season around the Fourth of July weekend in ballparks without fans. Each team would play 82 regular-season games, the National League would get a DH, and the playoffs would be expanded from 10 to 14 teams.
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg blames the coronavirus for the absolutely disastrous rollout of Quibi, and not on the fact that they did a terrible job of promoting it or generating good content for it, and walled it off from the rest of the Internet.
  • Mandy Patinkin tries to understand what a GIF is.
  • A Lower East Side nightclub appears to have violated social-distancing rules and hosted a secret “invite-only” party for affluent insiders.
  • Read a nice tribute to Jerry Stiller, and revisit his most unforgettable Seinfeld moments.
  • Eater explains the big Twitter kerfuffle between Alison Roman and Chrissy Teigen.
  • Vulture has an interview with the very funny Mark Proksch, the What We Do In The Shadows star who you might remember as K-Strass the Yo-Yo Guy.
  • Paul Vasquez, the man behind 2010's "Double Rainbow" viral video, has died at age 57.
  • For the first time in over a decade, David Lynch returned to deliver a weather report.
  • Dave Grohl wrote a charming essay about the joy of live music, and looking forward to the day its back.
  • Moses Sumney will release the second half of his extraordinary new album græ this week—watch the music video for the album's final two songs, “Bless Me” and “Before You Go.”
  • And finally, does your dog have RSF?