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Pandemic Dining: Temperature Checks, Time Limits, and Dividers

Editor’s Note: This article is part of Uncharted, a series about the world we’re leaving behind, and the one being remade by the pandemic.HONG KONG—On a recent Friday night, a masked, affable hostess at Hong Kong’s Buenos Aires Polo Club was eager to show patrons to their tables. But befor...

The Faucis of the World

Around the corner from Dublin’s historic St. Stephen’s Green lie Ireland’s Government Buildings. Here sit the offices of the Irish prime minister—or Taoiseach. Since February, political ownership of this most prized piece of real estate has been up for grabs, following a general-election result ...

Photos of the Week: Sydney Fog, House Hat, Crow Pursuit

Skiing in the French Alps, flooding in Michigan, a drive-through burlesque in Las Vegas, disinfecting streets in Buenos Aires, a ballet performance in Mexico, street protests in Chile, social-distancing rings in Turkey, a fawn rescue in Germany, and much more

Ramadan 2020: A Holy Month During a Pandemic

With varying lockdowns in place, and safety measures enacted by local communities, the Muslim holy month of Ramadan has been observed very differently around the world this year. Large gatherings at mosques have been canceled, communal iftar meals have been reduced to smaller family groups in ...

Crises Are No Time for Political Unity

No healthy democracy exists without a vigorous opposition. In The Devil’s Dictionary, the journalist Ambrose Bierce defined the O-word as “the party that prevents the government from running amuck by hamstringing it.” The Pulitzer-winning historian Richard Hofstadter argued that “modern democracy ...

A Flamboyance of Flamingos

The collective noun to describe a gathering of flamingos is “flamboyance,” an appropriate term for these colorfully-feathered creatures. They flock together by the thousands on salt flats, lagoons, lakes, and swamps around the world, where they can filter-feed for shrimp, algae, and in...

The Pandemic’s Geopolitical Aftershocks Are Coming

With most European countries confident that they are past the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, their attention is turning to the chance of its resurgence once society returns to some semblance of normal. But beyond the epidemiological challenges lies a slowly amassing threat that is not patholog...

Is This Taiwan’s Moment?

Taiwanese media this week became enraptured by photos of prominent White House officials wearing surgical masks. Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s jack-of-all-trades son-in-law, sported one, as did National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien and White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnan...

The Countries Taking Advantage of Antarctica During the Pandemic

Antarctica may be the only continent that hasn’t been physically hit by the pandemic, but that doesn’t mean it has been immune to its aftershocks. As the outbreak ripped across the globe, forcing governments to provide bailout programs for their citizens, countries began to stall their Antarct...

Photos of the Week: Mariachi Zoom, Simulated Chatter, Tahitian Swell

Capybaras in Argentina, a cross-border Mother's Day in British Columbia, outdoor movie night in Kansas, a boat-house-tricycle in Latvia, a convertible cardboard hospital bed / coffin in Colombia, dazzling art in Shanghai, a see-through mask to allow lip-reading, a virtual Senate se...
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