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Posted: 2020-06-26 20:15:00

Meanwhile, our Hollywood-based staff writer Shirley Li asks a fascinating question: Will sex scenes survive the pandemic?

Listen

It’s been two decades since Bruce Springsteen wrote “American Skin (41 Shots),” a song about the killing of a black man by police. Now, Springsteen reflects on this moment in American history—and offers his playlist for the Trump era. (Listen on Spotify.)

This year may feel a little like a Bob Dylan song, my colleague Spencer Kornhaber writes—“which is why it’s nice that Dylan has given us a new album to tangle with.” Stream it on Spotify while reading Spencer’s review.

If you find yourself alone for portions of this weekend, perk up with our playlist for solo partying (on Spotify here).

Read

Kevin Kwan, the author of Crazy Rich Asians, is set to release his next book later this month. Read our new profile of the author.

If you’re looking for a short story, try this one from Andrew Martin. (Our senior editor Thomas Gebremedhin spoke with Martin; read their conversation.)

For those struggling to sleep, James Parker offers an ode to insomnia.

Look

Revisit the week with this collection of photos from our photo editor Alan Taylor.

Alan is also continuing his Fifty series of gorgeous photographs from each of the United States. This week’s gallery sends us to the American Midwest. (Hint: This state is of particular political importance.)


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