This week’s Reader will be bound by staples and feature a glossy cover, reports Phil Rosenthal. “The goal is to make the Reader seem less disposable, more indispensable and more distinct in a crowded media marketplace that includes Time Out Chicago, Newcity and Chicago Tribune’s RedEye,” he writes. “It’s hoped those who pick up the Reader to plan their weekend will feel greater compulsion to keep it on a coffee table into the next workweek.” || Ron Reason looks at the Reader’s new music section. || A feature from 1979: Chicago Reader — a ’70s success story.
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Morgan’s bombastic and trolling style should fit right in with Murdoch’s outfit and will likely have lots of followers.
As the virus spread across the world, governments and health authorities made a considerable amount of open-source data available to the public.
Plus, the data Biden's team leans on to favor boosters, NIH to study long-haul COVID, food costs are increasing, and more.
A recent CDC report contains data showing that the odds of a breakthrough might be around 1-in-5,000 a week.