If you were designing a museum exhibit that would explain the coronavirus pandemic to future generations, what would you put in it?
By Mikaela Lefrak/WAMU
“It belongs to Philadelphia. It’s a very unique relationship. It’s something no one could have ever planned on.”
By Dan Gelston/The Associated Press
“It’s been a bit of a roller coaster emotionally, just thinking about going from a packed hall to no hall, to having possibly to record yourself, to then having this virtual audience.”
By The Associated Press
Courtesty CJ Swank
If cinemas are to bounce back as governors open up individual states, it’s up to local chains and independent theaters to start the ball rolling.
By Bob Mondello/NPR
Work has changed for almost everyone during the COVID-19 pandemic. At the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, a security guard has learned to leave his post — to post.
By Catherine Whelan/NPR
By Sojourner Ahebee/Keystone Crossroads
Dr. Scott M. Lieberman
Many Jewish families cannot gather around a table for the Seder, as they have done for generations, so they are putting their own personal style on it.
By Peter Crimmins/WHYY
Many of his songs had an uncanny ability to address (if not predict) the societal and political zeitgeist.
By Annie Zaleski/NPR