Schism nation: a journey through a pre-election US
In this Covid travelogue, ranging from the Black Lives Matter murals of Brooklyn to the anti-maskers of Kentucky, Johanna Gohmann takes a snapshot of life in the US one week before the most momentous presidential election in modern history
My husband and I were in Indiana, lying side by side, though several feet apart. He sprawled sleepily in what used to be my mother’s bed, while I was perched in my father’s old bed. Just as when I was a child, the two queen beds were pushed together.
I whispered to David to turn up the volume on the set of headphones we were sharing, as I was having trouble...
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The Andrson tapes: a music platform aiming to unearth new stars
Andrson, which uses audio analysis to match music labels and artists, is proving a hit with users since it launched last year