This week in the Wednesday Walk: scientific progress in real time, avoidable dangers, why you need to wear your damn mask, unfinished art, the fossilized keyboard, a medicinal video game, and how to integrate dazzle camouflage into your day-to-day life.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: how to hack your fridge, waitstaff weighing in on restaurants reopening in the middle of the pandemic, sports teams vigorously ignoring reality, the toppling of racist statuary, a reckoning in competitive Scrabble, and the thrilling one-two punch of shafts and henges.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: coronavirus conspiracy theories, DEVO’s face shield, bleach, the return of the Mayan calendar, statues that are actually good, attempted murder, the best place to distance, a Ninja Warrior course for your neighborhood squirrels, and an HIV sample from 1966.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: the best explanation of our current moment, more K-pop solidarity, bad apples, bold steps forward, euphemisms, pebble people, copaganda, concrete peripherals for your computer, Haddaway and Gaga by way of the middle ages, and a lawsuit that hits close to home.
This Week in the Wednesday Walk: how to stay safe if fools lift social restrictions, Rembrandt in 45 gigapixels, grievous inhumanity, Friends and The Brimley Line, everything you always wanted to know about Judaism but were afraid to ask, who can and can’t own a patent, and the everyday frustrations of flat-earthery.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: homemade masks, how to keep people spiritually engaged in an age of lockdown restrictions, a cheesy henge, media depictions of cults, klaxon mechanics, MCU summaries, and a mixtape fit for anyone’s crush.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: masks & distancing during the 1918 flu epidemic, blood, Barbie Girl, Blue Angel pointlessness, diet culture, important Dolly Parton updates, Zoom, movie adaptations, personal collections, and what you’re driving to New Mexico to bury.