Lyft and Citi Bike Stand With the Protesters—Just Not Past 6pm
As cities enact curfews, public bikes and scooters could easily stay in service. Instead, companies are taking a side that hurts protesters and essential workers.
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The World's Most Basic Guide to Contacting Your Reps
If you want to take action against police brutality, this is an easy place to start.
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Summer is here, temperatures are on the rise, and nobody wants to accidentally set their own car on fire.
Don't Get Mad at People Quarantined With Yards—Get Even
I don't have a second home to misguidedly flee to, but I do have a fire escape and a strong sense of this summer's possibilities.
At-Home Coronavirus Testing Might Be Too Good to Be True
“There's a tremendous amount of wishful thinking in COVID-19 right now. People want to come up with a magic pill, and want to come up with a magic test.”
Never Mind Whether Shaming is Good or Bad; Does it Work?
Before you post new photos of a crowded park or yell at a stranger to mask up, read this.
'Vibe Check?' Is the Ideal Way to Greet Friends Right Now
Coming up with an answer to "How are you?" is impossible. Assessing the vibe? Delightful.
How an Atlanta Hairstylist Set Up Her Own Salon to Stay Safe
As Georgia reopens, workers are caught between losing their unemployment and getting themselves and others sick. Here’s how one hairstylist is handling it.
I Can’t Go Anywhere, but Marfa Public Radio Takes Me to a West Texas Dive
I come for songs that aren't of my own Spotify algorithm, but stay for the weather dispatches from small Texas towns.
Do You Really Need to Shout on Your Video Call? An Investigation
"My coworkers always think I’m mad. I guess it’s the yelling.”
Can't Find Dumbbells or Hair Clippers to Buy Online? These Resellers Are the Reason
Profiteers are monitoring hot ticket quarantine items with software so they can buy up restocked products before everyone else has a chance.
Dancing on Their Own
Every Sunday, upwards of 10,000 people stream a virtual class that’s not a religion, but it is something to believe in.