Sunday Reads: Oct. 4

Hope everyone is having a lovely weekend. Here’s this week’s reading list.

Bozeman Daily Chronicle: ‘Crisis point’: How the Gallatin Valley’s hot housing market leaves people behind

Eater: The power landlords have over restaurants right now

Brookings: America’s infrastructure solutions begin at the ground level

NPR: Federal judge halts work by Trump law enforcement commission

Wired: The cheating scandal that ripped the porker world apart

Route Fifty: One city’s pilot program to restart live entertainment

NPR: ‘This is too much’: Working moms are reaching the breaking point during the pandemic

The Washington Post: As colleges reopened, many more young people got covid-19, CDC reports

Chalkbeat: Denver is bringing students back, but many high schools are sticking with virtual learning

The New York Times: With evictions looming, cities revisit a housing experiment from the ’70s

City Monitor: Why do wealthy cities have a housing shortage?

The Washington Post: House Democrats pass $2.2 trillion stimulus bill over GOP opposition; bipartisan talks continue

NPR: Web of ‘wellness’ doctors promote injections of unproven coronavirus treatment

Bloomberg: Trump moves to expand rare earths mining, cites China threat

The New Yorker: The students left behind by remote learning