· NYC Mayor de Blasio's daughter arrested during Saturday night protests →
Silverton said she watched her restaurant be trashed and looted on television.
· The Good Fight: absurd, funny and urgent drama sharply of the Trump era →
As I am watching, I think about how The Good Fight will look back on the world we’re living in now.
The New York Times
· ‘Billions’ Season 5, Episode 5 Recap: Old Men →
With his confidant Wendy Rhoades by his side, Axe watches as the compacted hunk of metal is deposited in front of his father’s house, a final anonymous act of vengeance.
· Former principal who warned of dangerous priest to sue Catholic church →
In between patrolling the school grounds to watch for the priest, he lodged countless complaints with the archdiocese's office, urging that Searson be removed or investigated.
· Brisbane’s ‘iPhone of the 1800s’ watch to go under the hammer →
A watch owned by Sir Thomas Brisbane, the former NSW governor and the namesake of the Queensland capital, is expected to fetch hundreds of thousands of dollars when it goes to auction this week.
· The Violence Isn't Likely To Perturb The Market, What Might Cause A Sell-Off Is... →
I will be content to get a bag of popcorn and watch how this plays out.
· Taika Waititi awarded Queen's birthday honour for services to film →
After winning the Oscar prime minister Jacinda Ardern said New Zealand was “incredibly proud of him”, while Christine Leunens, the author of the novel that Waititi adapted to win his Oscar, said she watched all of Waititi’s work before agreeing to let him adapt it.
Hong Kong Free Press
· During tough times for Hong Kong, some words of wisdom from a minibus uncle →
During the Cultural Revolution, I watched my classmates ‘struggle’ against people, beat people, beat them to a pulp.
The New York Times
· Amid Riots and a Pandemic, Church Attendance Resumes in ‘a Very Broken World’ →
Dr. William J. Barber II of the North Carolina-based civil rights group Repairers of the Breach said in his streamed sermon, “if this nation could watch a policeman murder another human being and then pose like a hunter with his prey while his colleagues looked on — and there not be protests, there not be anger, there not be tears, there not be a diversity of people willing to say this is not right.”