Monday, June 12, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/12/23)

Whew, Monday. Here's my TV news roundup for the week at The Televixen.

Trump’s Miami court date brings fears of violence, rally plans (WaPo)

Trump Indictment Shows Critical Evidence Came From One of His Own Lawyers (NYT)

Police release Nicola Sturgeon without charge (BBC)

Silvio Berlusconi, scandal-ridden former Italian prime minister, dies aged 86 (The Guardian)

This is awful, but amazing that apparently no one was hurt. A section of I-95 in Philadelphia has collapsed after a tanker truck fire (NPR)

No thank you! Cheshire County sheriff, NH education commissioner suggest placing armed civilian guards in local schools (NHPR)

New SNAP rules come as state struggles to reach thousands eligible for help but not getting it (NH Bulletin)

Yay!! J. Harrison Ghee and Alex Newell Make History as First Nonbinary Acting Winners at Tony Awards (Variety)

This is very cute: That was easy! Crawford relishes pitching debut (MLB)

Meet The Man Putting The Faroe Islands On The Global Film & TV Map (Deadline)

And some longer reads:

Fear and Mayhem as Russia’s War Comes Home (NYT)

These front page comparisons are always so interesting: Scotland's papers: 'I am innocent' says Nicola Sturgeon (BBC)

How does trauma spill from one generation to the next? (WaPo)

The hidden lives of interpreters to MLB’s Asian stars: ‘These guys are lifelines’ (The Athletic)

Of Songs and Stories: What Bruce Springsteen Learned From Flannery O’Connor (LitHub)

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