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The New York Times
· Sports in a Pandemic Don’t All Stink →
The Tour de France, like many major sporting events, is on hold because of the pandemic.
· Queen Letizia recycles chic striped jacket by Zara’s sister brand in latest royal tour →
Queen Letizia, 47 and her husband King Felipe, 52, donned their face masks again today for another visit as part of their royal tour.
· Five myths about Broadway →
On the flip side, shows that fail to attract audiences on Broadway can take to the road for touring or student productions in hopes of recouping losses.
· Ol' Ricky's Washington Football Tales - Cheerleaders & The Name Game →
They’ve done USO tours since the early 1980s and Dept.
· Martin Lamb obituary →
An unlikely teacher (he bribed one class to behave, issued Mao’s Little Red Book to another), in 1972 he jumped ship to a touring theatre company at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff.
· Live tennis: Progress Tour Women's Championships and the British Tour on the BBC →
The BBC will bring you live coverage of the Progress Tour Women's Championships from 14-18 July.
· I worked for a decade at NASA and I call tell you the 'Mars bros' have it all wrong →
During the decade I worked at NASA, my job involved touring the Space Shuttle trainer, exploring experimental extraterrestrial habitats, holding meteorites and donning a bunny suit for the clean room, where satellites were built.
· Jimenez, 56, rolls back the years to lead Austrian Open →
ATZENBRUGG, Austria — Miguel Angel Jiménez moved into position to break his own record as the oldest winner of a European Tour event when the 56-year-old Spaniard shot 7-under 65 to take the second-round lead in the Austrian Open on Friday.
The New York Times
· She’s an Authority on Earth’s Past. Now, Her Focus Is the Planet’s Future. →
She arranged for us to meet at the nearly deserted campus, giving a tour of the 157-acre facility before we took our properly distanced positions on a bench in the beautifully maintained rose garden.
· Arthur Ashe statue stood for so much. Will his statue continue to stand in Richmond? →
Johnnie Ashe, Arthur’s younger brother whose 20 years in the Marine Corps included a second tour of Vietnam that enabled Arthur to keep pursuing tennis, found himself noticing a house three homes down.