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Fan Club • On September 29, in Washington Square Park, Britney Spears supporters gather at a #FreeBritney rally, which coincided with the singer’s conservatorship hearing held in Los Angeles. Spears’ father, James, was suspended as conservator. The next hearing: November 12, when the judge will decide if the deal to oversee her finances should end.
The Trouble with Online “Sharenting” • Social media featuring intimate family moments is popular and lucrative. It also comes with serious risks for kids
Staying Relevant • The pandemic is quickly making some skills obsolete, but there are strategies for coping, a new survey shows
YOU CAN’T MAKE ME • A growing number of Americans see vaccine mandates as an affront to personal liberty. Experts worry a spike in childhood diseases could follow
DO VACCINE MANDATES DISCRIMINATE AGAINST BLACK AMERICANS? • Given lower vaccination rates, activists say the new COVID rules could turn some Black people into ‘second-class citizens’
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Forty Years Later • Duran Duran are back with their fifteenth studio album Future Past
Obscure Tastes to Whet Your Travel Appetite • From the pages of the upcoming Gastro Obscura: A Food Adventurer’s Guide (Workman, October), find wonder and be inspired by foods and eating traditions from around the world. From an orange matchmaking festival in Malaysia to a bachelor’s stew prepared in a bathhouse in Morocco to the jiggly Jell-O salads of the Midwest, here are some of authors Cecily Wong and Dylan Thuras’ favorite culinary experiences from the collection.