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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
IDEAS | Margaret Redmond Whitehead
The pandemic can’t kill ‘Rocky Horror’
Social distancing quashes the late-night event that’s the ultimate in audience participation. But its devotees find ways to do the time warp again.
We are arriving at the solstice: when the earth starts to swing, slowly but inexorably, toward springtime and the light. Vaccines are coming. A new administration is coming.
David M. Shribman
A different kind of Thanksgiving
We will connect over the Internet and we will try to convince ourselves that that is enough in a year of dispersal and disruption. This year it will have to be.
Mary Ann D'Urso
Isolation and connection during the pandemic
Whether you’re a mail carrier or a grocery worker, the anxiety is always there.
IDEAS | ANNIE MURPHY PAUL
Thinking clearly requires feeling deeply
Much of what you think you know about the brain is wrong.
Exile becomes Trump
What demeanor will the deposed caudillo adopt in exile? He has many examples to choose from.
IDEAS | LaShyra Nolen
In the quest for social justice, symbolic changes go only so far
A harsh truth I’ve learned while breaking down barriers at Harvard Medical School.
Honoring a father’s life on the Day of the Dead
The coronavirus pandemic robbed me of mourning in community, for mourning and loss have to be shared.
IDEAS | ERROL MORRIS
Trump’s falsehoods: Are they lies, self-deceptions, or something more frightening?
Reckoning with the post-truth presidency.
IDEAS | BARBARA WALLRAFF
We are not telling you to read this article
Why are so many things imploring us?