Good morning! Two more weeks.
- “The COVID Flight From Hell.” Firsthand accounts of what happened to passengers on a transatlantic cruise turned pandemic nightmare, and what happened when they were returned to the United States and landed in Atlanta.
- Democrats in Georgia far surpassed GOP candidates in the most recent fundraising cycle.
- GOP House and Senate PACs are indeed raking in the lobbyist and PAC money, however, as they attempt to retain their control of the statehouse.
- A small, indie, Atlanta-based record label, Dust-to-Digital, just released an American folk music compendium. Another article describes their struggle with how to (and whether they should) release racist songs in the anthology.
- The Mint Gallery in Atlanta features “Good Trouble,” an exhibition named for late Congressman John Lewis that features photographic work from emerging artists.
- It’s deeply concerning how many Americans are worried about the safety of vaccines, Part 1.
- It’s deeply concerning how many Americans are worried about the safety of vaccines, Part 2. This article is about an excellent new book that further debunks arguments made by former physician Andrew Wakefield.