June 2, 2017

June 2, 2017

Summer is here! That means fresh new documentaries and movies to entertain us, as well as new Netflix offerings, even if they’re not as binge-worthy as before. A seventh-grader honed champion chess skills at a Baltimore barbershop, FiveThirtyEight dives into what makes the Scripps National Spelling Bee so cutthroat, and Gucci may be too inspired. Also, athletes love the Blacksonian, Manu Ginobili is everything, an amazing woman is coaching New York Jets defensive backs, and there’s now a basketball Top 40. Don’t forget that Flint, Michigan’s, been without clean water for more than 1,000 days, and it’s been a year since Muhammad Ali died. He was the greatest to ever do it, and his 1968 Esquire cover is the greatest of all time.


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