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Just Say No • On October 5, protesters march on the Brooklyn Bridge in opposition to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for municipal workers. Every city worker, excluding correction officers in uniform, are required to have at least one dose of the vaccine by the end of business on October 29, and uniformed corrections officers by December 1.
Sharing a Common Goal • Why Puerto Rico is the most vaccinated place in America
American Small Business Is Being Murdered • We’re living through the greatest transfer of wealth from the middle class to the elites in history
Under Pressure • After missteps and party infighting, can Joe Biden save his presidency?
MACHINES DON’T BLINK • The Perils of Military Brinkmanship in the Age of AI
Queen’s Golden Jubilee • On the 50th anniversary of the iconic band’s founding, members Brian May and Roger Taylor talk about luck, legacy and Freddie Mercury.
Further Listening • QUEEN SOLO ALBUMS
Sustainable (and Stunning) Architecture Worldwide