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- President Donald Trump refused to wear a mask (at least in front of the press) while visiting a Ford plant manufacturing ventilators in Michigan.
- The CDC is conflating viral and antibody tests, compromising "a few crucial metrics that governors depend on to reopen their economies."
- This is not a 30 Rock joke: "CBS says it will air a special next weekend called Haircut Night in America in which celebrities like Jerry O'Connell and Kelly Osbourne give themselves haircuts."
- A team of Canadian scientists believes it has found strong strains of cannabis that could help prevent and then treat coronavirus infections.
- The New Republic suggests that the restaurant industry should be blown up.
- Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook employees will be able to work from home even more in the future, but "those employees may have their compensations adjusted based on their new locations."
- Eater writes that ingredients like turmeric, tahini, and gochujang have shaken off their “exotic” status, but it’s "white cooking personalities like Alison Roman and many of the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen stars who have had viral success using them."
- What is NYC without its bars? "To love a New York City bar means forever steeling yourself to lose it. It means always being prepared to say goodbye. That makes this moment feel even more perilous: What about the bars that won’t come back?"
- Listen to another great new Haim single, "Don't Wanna."
- I can't believe this is real, but Matt Lauer has gotten an arm tattoo that says, in cursive, “Hatred corrodes the container it is carried in.”
- Stereogum interviewed Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever about their upcoming new album, and paid tribute to the tenth anniversary of Tame Impala's debut Innerspeaker.
- And finally, super chill dogs go go go:
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