“The carefree manner in which the guests of the wedding interacted with one another that night stamps this story in a specific time a seeming eternity ago, before social distancing and quarantine and a great big pause on America’s $60-billion-plus-a-year wedding industrial complex.”
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What Happens When You Go Offline
The Information Age is also the age of information overload. Here’s what one person learned about the human brain after cleansing himself of screens.
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What Do We Do Without Live Music?
Those of us who live for musical performances must find other ways to temporarily live without them.
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Escaping Coronavirus Lockdown Through a Stranger’s Solitary Walks on YouTube
Under self-quarantine, Aaron Gilbreath ‘moves’ freely with the help of Rambalac’s video travelogues.
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We’re Not All in This Together
When the only way to be a real community is to be apart, it quickly becomes obvious who is out for themselves.
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‘Let’s Reset’: A Career Social Distancer Mends Some Fences
Coronavirus inspires Sari Botton to reach out to family and friends she’s fallen out with.