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Afternoon Snack

After a Valentine’s Day weekend that saw much of the country swept by extreme winter weather, Helena Fitzgerald’s recent essay “love and slush puddles” for

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Afternoon Snack

As we approach a series of anniversaries relating to the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are musing on how much has changed in work,

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Afternoon Snack

You’ve worked hard this week, this month, this year. Take a little break with us and have a taste of the brownie-corner-pieces of the internet!

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Afternoon Snack

It’s the eve of the U.S. general election, and we are Here, physically if not mentally. Take a break and take in some things to

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Afternoon Snack

For those who are concerned about the Supreme Court, the New York Times Monday morning newsletter has a very helpful summary of Amy Coney Barrett’s

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It’s fiiiiiiiinally spoooooooooky season, when we crones of the material plane are at our peak power! Let’s get a move on! Fellow Texans (and Arizona,

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Afternoon Snack

Let’s pause and process and contemplate the tip of the iceberg of garbage that was last week’s news, and then gird our souls with some

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Afternoon Snack

Good morning, POMEs! We hope you’re holding up okay. Here’s the news and goofs keeping us awake this week. This weekend, we tragically lost a

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We know it’s tough to stay sane and calm out there right now, so here’s the best of the comedic and existential relief from last

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March is finally here, and we’re okay with that. Mostly. As of this writing, tomorrow is Super Tuesday! NPR has got a lot of nifty

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Happy day after President’s Day! Does anyone know what a president is? No? Okay, moving on… THIS JUST IN: Congratulations to the Kickstarter union, which

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Last week Texas was plagued by cedar fever, and this week the northier places in the U.S. are getting SNOWED IN. Settle in for some

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