Two links to begin our acquaintance with remdesivir, a new drug that MAY be helpful in treating coronavirus:
Americans don’t want to end social distancing policies despite financial devastation, says survey. (VOX)
Almost 40 (well, 39) local businesses shut down for failing to follow emergency sanitary measures. (Contralinea)
The state of Durango sanctions citizens that don’t follow stay-at-home guidelines by making them sweep the streets—good for Durango. (Heraldo de México)
Aeromexico starts resuming international flights on May 1. (Proceso)
The novel frugality—after decades of materialism, some Americans are experimenting with thriftiness for the first time. (VOX)
Covid, Corona and Lockdown: the newborns named after a pandemic. (Yahoo)
PBS NewsHour on loneliness, plus a book to read on the healing power of human connection:
Guadalajara’s May Cultural Festival will go digital. (Heraldo de México)
May Cultural Festival official website: www.festivaldemayo.org
SPECIAL FEATURE: TwoSet Violin vs. The Recorder
Learn about TwoSet Violin: www.twosetviolin.com
Check out TwoSet Violin’s YouTube channel
Learn about Grammy Award-winning violinist Hilary Hahn.
Good! Now, watch Hilary Hahn hula hoop while she plays her violin:
Finally, watch professional recorder player Sarah Jeffrey of Team Recorder react to TwoSet Violin’s video in which they compare the violin with the recorder!
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2 thoughts on “Coffee & Headlines • April 30, 2020”
Here’s a good place to learn how to make banana nut bread. I use the fork method and nonstick pans or a muffin tin…I freeze the muffins to pull out as needed. I use brown sugar, heaps of nuts, and really ripe bananas.
My home recipe is just a few notes as I’ve made this for years so this website will help a first timer.
Awesome! Thanks for sharing!