Sunday Reads: July 30
Stay cool out there Great Falls and beat the heat with this week’s reading list.
Flathead Beacon: Small batch brews
The New Yorker: A small-town paper lands a very big story
The Economist: Why Walmart is trouncing Amazon in the grocery wars
The Washington Post: Nearly 4 million in U.S. cut from Medicaid, most for paperwork reasons
The New York Times: Could the next pandemic start at the county fair?
The Washington Post: The creator economy was already exploding. Then Hollywood went on strike.
The New York Times: Sticker shock in restaurants: Still there, despite a food price drop
Council on Foreign Relations: Russia killed the Black Sea grain deal
The New Yorker: The Life of J. Robert Oppenheimer
The Atlantic: Lara Logan’s break With reality
The New York Times: A tiny cabin, a little island and a big change: ‘Am I crazy?’
The Washington Post: ‘Vicious cycle’: Heat waves ramp up U.S. burning of fossil fuels
The Economist: How to better forecast the weather
The New York Times (opinion): Every American City Needs a Richard Ravitch