Monday, July 3, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (7/3/23)

Today is a weird pre-holiday Monday! Here's my weekly TV news roundup at The Televixen. 

The Supreme Court’s Blessing of Anti-LGBTQ+ Discrimination Will Haunt Gay Couples (Slate)

War crimes surge in Burkina Faso, the world’s ‘most neglected crisis’ (The Guardian)

How Much Hotter Can Texas Get? (New Yorker)

Advocates celebrate budget’s $60.5 million for child care – as a start (NH Bulletin)

GLAAD, HRC Issue Letter Signed by 250+ Stars Asking Social Platforms to Curb Anti-LGBTQ Hate (THR)

NH landfill reform bill fails at final step, driven by concerns over industry involvement (NHPR)

Edinburgh Zoo praised for response to homophobic backlash over Pride support (Pink News)

The Reds are this season’s most pleasant surprise. How far can they go? (WaPo)

Huh: Domino’s Pizza Launches ‘Anywhere’ Delivery, No Address Required (The Messenger)

Three New Cookbooks Explore the Reality and Diversity of Italy and Its Food (Eater)

And some longer reads:

Ketanji Brown Jackson Exposed the Supreme Court’s “Colorblind” Lie (Slate)

Push to tie Medicaid to work is making a comeback. Georgia is at forefront. (WaPo)

The Long, Sad Story of the Stealing of the Oakland A’s (The Ringer)

What it means to be Asian American in ballet — and what barriers stand in the way (The 19th*)

Mark O’Connell on Walking Around Dublin Looking for a Murderer (CrimeReads)

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