Category Archives: Sunday Reads

Sunday Reads: May 2

This week’s reading list, here’s to a great week Great Falls. Associated Press: U.S. lifts barriers to prescribing addiction treatment drug The New Yorker: The history of New York, told through its trash Scientific American: COVID has created a perfect storm for fringe science NPR: ‘Frightened to death’: Cheerleader speech case gives Supreme Court pause The Atlantic: The burden of being ‘on point’ The

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Sunday Reads: April 25

Happy weekend Great Falls. CityLab: Maps show how the mail shaped the American West Smithsonian Magazine: The true history behind Netflix’s ‘The Dig’ and Sutton Hoo Rolling Stone: The Fort Bragg murders The New York Times: Feeling blah during the pandemic? It’s called languishing  NPR: Archeologists discover original home of Harriet Tubman on Maryland’s Eastern Shore The New York Times: The Supreme

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Sunday Reads: April 11

Happy weekend everyone! The New York Times: As diners return, restaurants face a new hurdle: Finding workers CityLab: COVID ruined our hangout spots. Here’s how they come back. Wired: Israel is a fake meat powerhouse Vox: Life on the minimum wage CityLab: What corporate tax breaks mean for school funding The New Yorker: The deceit and conflict behind the leak of the Pentagon

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Sunday Reads: April 4

Happy Easter everyone, enjoy the weather and the weekend. Associated Press: U.S. hunger crisis persists, especially for kids, older adults Gallup: U.S. church membership falls below majority for first time Poynter: Production of print newspapers is migrating — up the interstate — with ever earlier deadlines as a result Associated Press: Ancient coins may solve mystery of murderous 1600s pirate The New

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Sunday Reads: March 28

Don’t blow away out there Great Falls, here’s your reading list for the week. Associated Press: Report: Extremists groups thrive on Facebook despite bans Bloomberg: Bosses are clueless that workers are miserable and looking to leave The Economist: The world in 2021-what does it take to make a new habit stick NPR: Out of whack: Lack of homes for sale

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Sunday Reads: March 21

Hope you’re all enjoying the sunshine, happy reading Great Falls. The Washington Post: Americans are starting to buy real clothes again NPR: Lessons from the COVID-19 crisis: overcrowding hospitals cost lives Associated Press: Happiness Report: World shows resilience in face of COVID19 The Virginian-Pilot: Virginia Beach will use parking money to help build entertainment venue The Washington Post: Reimagine Safety: A project of

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Sunday Reads: March 14

This week’s reading list. Have a good week Great Falls. NPR: Results from the city that just gave away cash Associated Press: From job cuts to online commerce, virus reshaped US economy Glamour: Gabby Giffords gets a love letter from her husband, Sen. Mark Kelly The Atlantic: The pandemic has given women a new kind of rage Craft Beer and Brewing: Beyond

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Sunday Reads: March 7

Hope you enjoyed this dose of spring Great Falls. Associated Press: Bye, Bismarck: 144 cities could lose status as metro areas (apnews.com) The New York Times: Aging beer in a sunken ship sounded like a good idea. Thieves thought so too. CityLab: Don’t flatten the curve on urban innovation Vox: How Biden can rein in the Big Meat monopoly NPR: Trump

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Sunday Reads: Feb. 28

Distinctly Montana: Why I left Bozeman, or: who will make our soy lattes now? The Washington Post: Human remains found at Williamsburg Black church site The New York Times: How Negro History Week became Black History Month and why it matters now Slate: The last city of the 20th Century NPR: How goats (and perhaps people) make up their minds

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Sunday Reads: Feb. 21

Happy weekend Great Falls. The New York Times: With indoor rinks closed, players turn to ‘speakeasy hockey’ Associated Press: How do we know the COVID-19 vaccines are safe? Defense One: One-third of U.S. troops are refusing the COVID vaccine. History may help explain why. NPR: No, the blackouts in Texas weren’t caused by renewables. Here’s what really happened The New

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