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The Weekend Desk Report

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New on the Beachwood . . .

On Boredom
"'What? Are you just going to SIT there all day?' they would announce as if I had not made my intentions perfectly obvious," our very own David Rutter writes.

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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #311: Unless Someone Dies
Sports now really a life and death proposition. Plus: The Washington Appropriators: Coach Loves The Princess Bride; Seeing Red Stars; Q-Anon; COVID Cubbie; Dash Cam; Hubba Bubbles; I'd Tap That; and Beachwood Sports Specials.

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Pandemophenia
"We've been itching to release a lot of this material since it was archived as 'b-sides' or 'outtakes,'" Bloodshot Records announces, "but could never find the right reason or the right time to bring them all together. And then the shit hit the fan."

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NBC's 1976 Bicentennial Special
Including commercials for Stroh's beer, the Dodge Colt, the AMC Pacer, the Volkswagen Rabbit, and Krylon spray paint.

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Don't Believe Proven Liars
The Absolute Minimum Standard Of Prudence In Merger Scrutiny.

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Weekend ChicagoReddit

Diversey Driving Range looks happy from above from r/chicago

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Weekend ChicagoGram

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Weekend ChicagoTube

Bill Withers / "Lean On Me" in Chicago, 1972

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Weekend BeachBook

Beachwood Beer.

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Women's Roller Derby Has A Plan For COVID, And It Kicks Ass.

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Weekend TweetWood
A sampling of the delight and disgust you can find @BeachwoodReport.

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It still amazes me that Daniel Dale owns this turf - the turf of cataloging the daily lies of the President of the United States - all to himself. Isn't this what every political reporter (and a few others) should be doing every day? And shouldn't these lies be the bases of stories that lead the news every hour of every day?

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The Weekend Desk Tip Line: Red tail lights.



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SPORTS - A Fall Without College Sports.

BOOKS - How The South Won The Civil War.

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