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“But as L.A. has become an infection hotspot and soaring case counts have prompted mandatory closure of many counties’ dine-in restaurants and bars, the idea that a high-risk enterprise like a crowded soundstage could proceed unaffected seems increasingly far-fetched.” Don’t blame the messenger, but we’re gonna run out of TV.

+ “What makes this century-old startup story especially poignant today is that Dixie cups, as they came to be known, achieved only moderate growth for 10 years.” Then the Spanish Flu arrived. FastCo: How Dixie cups became the breakout startup of the 1918 pandemic.

+ The Winners Of The 2020 Audubon Photography Awards.

+ The Change the Twenty Program Tubman 20 Shirt sales are going through the roof. And for every $20 shirt purchased, my wife Gina and I will donate $20 to a Donors Choose K-12 program focused on Black history, literature, equality, and/or racial justice. Get your shirt and spread the word. Make it hurt me! And please spread the word.

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