The Metropolitan Opera won't reopen until September 2021
The Metropolitan Opera has scrapped its full 2020-21 season and will remain shuttered for at least an additional year. The Met, which previously closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March, announced its "extremely difficult decision" on Wednesday, saying that it was made based on health experts' recommendations. "Because of the many hundreds of performers who are required to rehearse and perf...
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A year after a divisive fight that ended with Kansas City removing Martin Luther King Jr.'s name from a prominent boulevard, the city is trying again to find a way to honor the civil rights icon
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Black doctors want to vet vaccine process, worried about mistrust from years of medical racism
The group will vet the review of vaccines by the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Pennsylvania: In a county Trump flipped, Democrats seek voters willing to flip back.
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