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- Behold, the men, women, and furries of Burning Man.
- The great poet John Ashbery died at his home in Hudson, New York on Sunday — read all of his work here.
- The New York Times has an excellent and timely piece on shifting labor practices and the workers left behind.
- And here's Vox with a strong argument for reforming our broken labor laws via constitutional protection.
- Goodnight Moon was initially rejected by the New York Public Library, and other cool facts about the seminal children's book on its 70th anniversary.
- Deadspin responds to the rambling New York Times op-ed arguing that Kaepernick's continued unemployment "might be justified on the merits."
- While the EPA still hasn't visited the 13 flooded superfund sites in Houston, the agency did find some time on Sunday to attack the Associated Press.
- A Long Island man got a hole-in-one at the same spot where he'd previously suffered a heart attack.
- And finally, an adorable reunion between Captain America and his dog:
After 10 long weeks... pic.twitter.com/pZUvyLjHN5
— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) September 3, 2017