February 16, 2016 6:00 AM
Good morning! Have you seen this yet?
- NPR SCOTUS correspondent Nina Totenberg’s Scalia coverage.
- Of course there are Scalia death conspiracy theories. The only surprise is that it took this long.
- Also from NPR, why the President is the President (History had its eyes on him.)
- …and speaking of Presidents, why are 43 of their giant heads crumbling in a Virginia field?
- In the New York Times, the wrenching “Death, and the Prosperity Gospel and Me.”
- Macon-Bibb faces their crumbling stormwater infrastructure.
- …and speaking of Sewer Mayors, Shirley Franklin is in Flint, Michigan, in a pro bono support role.
- Columbus readies for a massive redevelopment project that is complete with retail, residential, restaurants, an “innovation center” – and $60 million in public funds.
- Athens-based Creature Comforts Brewing Company is named one of Georgia’s Small Business Rock Stars. Too bad you can’t buy it at the brewery!
- This Week in Hamilton: Perhaps you watched the Grammy awards last night, or maybe you are on social media, and you’re familiar with the musical. If you’re new to the dual historical and pop culture phenomenon, here is a good overview from perspectives ranging from Questlove to Hamilton author Ron Chernow.