What to Doc: Being Mary Tyler Moore on HBO “chronicles the vanguard career of Mary Tyler Moore, weaving her personal narrative with the beats of her professional accomplishments, highlighting her groundbreaking roles and the indelible impact she had on generations of women who came after her.”

+ What to Read: “As his company was liquidated and law enforcement authorities opened investigations on two continents, Mr. Davies spent his days painting in cafes and reading Hemingway on the beach. He also went sightseeing. He traveled in Thailand, where the fried oysters cost only a few dollars, and admired the local architecture in Malaysia. He posted a photo from a private zoo in Dubai, showing him stroking a tiger chained to a pole. In Bahrain, he attended a Formula 1 event in the run-up to the Grand Prix.” NYT (Gift Article): Their Crypto Company Collapsed. They Went to Bali: The implosion of Three Arrows Capital, a cryptocurrency hedge fund, devastated the industry. Its two founders spent the next year surfing, meditating and traveling the world. (Maybe Crypto’s most lasting legacy will be its ability to attract jackasses.)

+ What to Gram: A cool collection of photos that shows famous people in the same photo with a younger version of themselves.