Monday, June 5, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (6/5/23)

Oof, Monday again. Here's my TV news roundup at The Televixen.

Ukraine: significant escalation in fighting reported in Donetsk region (The Guardian)

China tightens access to Tiananmen Square while 32 are detained in Hong Kong (NPR)

Sonic boom in D.C. region caused by F-16s intercepting Cessna (WaPo)

The Supreme Court Has a New Bold Lone Dissenter (Slate)

Ron DeSantis’s Joyless Ride (The Atlantic)

Alabama Discriminated Against Black Residents Over Sewage, Justice Dept. Says (NYT)

Judge orders NHPR to turn over unpublished reporter material in defamation lawsuit (NHPR)

Pre-Recorded Tracks In David Byrne’s ‘Here Lies Love’ Pit Broadway Musicians Against Producers (Deadline)

A mysterious rare orchid makes its home in New Hampshire’s forests (NH Bulletin)

This was WILD: Aaron Judge breaks through Dodger Stadium gate for catch of the year candidate (Yahoo! Sports)

And some longer reads:

How a Fringe Legal Theory Became a Threat to Democracy (New Yorker)

He Told Followers to Starve to Meet Jesus. Why Did So Many Do It? (NYT)

Arizona’s water troubles show how climate change is reshaping the West (WaPo)

Prestige TV Has Taken a Page Out of Sportswriting’s Media Playbook (The Ringer)

7 Historical Novels with Mysteries at Their Center (CrimeReads)

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