Sunday, April 2, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/2/23)

Today is Sunday and I'm going to learn to make macarons!

US tornadoes: Death toll grows as extreme storms ravage several states (BBC)

Finland begins voting in knife-edge election (The Guardian)

Judge rules Fox hosts' claims about Dominion were false, says trial can proceed (NPR)

Suspects indicted after druggings, robberies involving NYC gay bars (Gothamist)

Dartmouth identifies remains of 15 Native American individuals in its collections, promises repatriation (NHPR)

Ecosystem collapse ‘inevitable’ unless wildlife losses reversed (The Guardian)

Archery May Have Arrived in Europe Thousands of Years Earlier Than Thought (Smithsonian)

I'm... cautiously interested: THE X-FILES: Chris Carter Says Ryan Coogler is Developing a New Version with a ‘Diverse Cast’ (GMMR)

Clues to Bronze Age cranial surgery revealed in ancient bones (NPR)

What We Talk About When We Talk About Our Favorite Books (Tor)

And some longer reads:

Italy’s kidnapped children — a story of institutional violence (Politico)

Los Angeles schools allow students to carry Narcan after series of teen opioid overdoses  (The 19th*)

Pay-What-You-Can Farm Stands Feed Communities Against Tough Odds (Civil Eats)

Mina Miller Edison Was Much More Than the Wife of the ‘Wizard of Menlo Park’ (Smithsonian)

20 Folklore Books from Various United States Cultures (Book Riot)

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