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  • Where are you on the Coronavirus Panic to Shrug Spectrum?
  • In Singapore, citizens are provided with an infographic showing how each coronavirus case is linked to the others, along with a link to an article about each case.
  • Lady Gaga’s dad doesn't want to pay the rent for his Grand Central Terminal restaurant "because he says a growing homeless population in the landmark station is hurting business."
  • "When will we stop terrorizing Elisabeth Moss?," EW asks, referring to the actor's roles, which often have her "screaming and running for her life."
  • A blizzard and "monster" lake effect snow band "are slamming Western New York."
  • The Brooklyn Public Library and the Brooklyn Historical Society are merging, combining their deep archival collections to form "the premier collection related to the history of Brooklyn."
  • Is it "Warnie time" yet?
  • Astronomers spotted a gigantic explosion that "tore through the heart of a distant galaxy cluster, releasing about five times more energy than the previous record holder."
  • Boulders are pretty cool.
  • A new mural in tribute to Kobe and Gianna Bryant has gone up at Eldridge and Hester in the East Village.
  • I'm into the new Orla Gartland EP, Freckle Season—here's a song off that:

But you probably just came for the dog videos, so here you go, a teeny tiny dog: