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.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: fauxspirational ads, phone calls, an art museum for your pet, the most fascinating remote control in the world, the creepiest things in the world’s museums, and grandma’s couch. The Wednesday Walk is here for you in these trying times, now more than ever.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: how best to commemorate the exodus, Ina Garten’s status, how to take off your pants, stock picks from cows, guitars made out of colored pencils, decluttering, the toilet paper shortage, vote suppression, helpful museums, and piracy.
This week in the Wednesday Walk: Love in a time of COVID-19, religious adjustments to pandemic, Wuhan, Imagine, what to do when you’re self-isolating, Big Brother: German Edition, a man who wants to read The Hobbit to you, landlords, JSTOR, how to help archivists if you have some time, and the case of the missing hit.