How to Consume Your Daily Gloom with a Grain of Salt and a Dash of Diogenes

My fellow doom scrollers, let us begin by acknowledging our addiction to the end of days.

Barely an hour goes by without yet another blog, essay, or opinion piece describing in impressive and incisive detail why our environment, our culture, our form of government, our freedom, our planet — if not life itself — are finished. If you’re…

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Culture writer with an eye for history, science, sports, art, politics, photography, travel, and the original story hiding between the lines.

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