Tuesday, May 2, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/2/23)

Today is Tuesday and I have to go to the dentist. :(

Senators to hear testimony on Supreme Court ethics (NPR)

Palestinian Khader Adnan dies in Israel jail after 86 days on hunger strike (BBC)

Bangladesh media in fear after PM’s ‘people’s enemy’ attack (The Guardian)

Please read this. Lawyers are talking about parents' rights to determine their child's identity. That is not the parent's right! NH Supreme Court case could influence school policies on transgender students (NHPR)

Go writers! WGA Spells Out Vast Differences That Led to Strike (Variety)

Gordon Lightfoot, Hitmaking Singer-Songwriter, Is Dead at 84 (NYT)

The Olympics could change the future of college cheerleading (The 19th*)

Lack of Spanish outreach may be cutting older Latinos off from senior services in NH (NHPR)

Microplastics Linked to Changes in Seabirds’ Guts (Smithsonian)

Think you're tired? This animal goes for months with only two hours of sleep a day (NPR)

And some longer reads:

An important read on Ukraine from Anne Applebaum and Jeffrey Goldberg: The Counteroffensive (The Atlantic)

How the Telugu immigrant community is instilling their culture in the next generation (NPR)

A Giant Telescope Grows in Chile (NYT)

Strider cementing ace status in 2023 (MLB)

Setting as a Character: Travel the World with These Atmospheric Books (Book Riot)

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