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Here’s Where to Get Free N95 Masks

Cloth masks aren’t cutting it, according to experts.

6 Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now

Stream new releases from Jana Horn, Years & Years, DJ Python, Jake Xerxes Fussell, Ché Noir, and Yard Act
The New Yorker

Is Ginni Thomas a Threat to the Supreme Court?

Behind closed doors, Justice Clarence Thomas’s wife is working with many groups directly involved in controversial cases before the Court.

This 22-Year-Old Builds Chips in His Parents’ Garage

Sam Zeloof combines 1970s-era machines with homemade designs. His creations show what’s possible for small-scale silicon tinkerers.
Vanity Fair

Trump’s January 6 Cover-Up Is Unraveling Faster Than You Can Say “You’re Screwed, Donny-Boy”

The Supreme Court’s ruling against him is a huge, huge blow. 

This Classic French Cake Tastes Like the World's Best Candy Bar

This majestic cake—beloved by chefs all over—is worth making for your special celebration.

Lady Gaga Has Loopy, Swoopy Curtain Bangs Now

These are definitely not your average pair of curtain bangs. 
Bon Appétit

I Could—and I Will—Eat Silog for Every Meal of the Week

Add whatever protein your little heart desires to the garlic fried rice and runny eggs.

“West Elm Caleb” Proves the Straights Are Not Even Remotely Okay

The viral TikTok saga says a lot about modern dating — but not in the way you might think.

Chrissy Teigen Shares How Giving Up Alcohol Has Changed Her

Six months of sobriety is “pretty cool,” she says. 

My Bloody Valentine Call Out Spotify for Sharing “Incorrect and Insulting” Lyrics

“We’re not sure where they got them from, probably one of those bullshit lyrics sites on the internet”
The New Yorker

Why You Can’t Resist Wordle

Unpacking the ingenious simplicity of the Internet’s favorite new word game.

What Happens If a Space Elevator Breaks

These structures are a sci-fi solution to the problem of getting objects into orbit without a rocket—but you don’t want to be under one if the cable snaps.