Five Things for Today: July 27, 2020


1. Rep. John Lewis will lie in state at the U.S. Capitol the next couple of days. While just a small, invite-only group will attend a ceremony inside under the Capitol Rotunda, his casket will later be brought to the top of the East Front steps for public viewing — 6-10pm on Monday, and 8am – 10pm on Tuesday. Given the many line barriers set up in front of the U.S. Capitol, a lot of people are expected to pay their respects. Masks are required, and social distancing will be enforced.

2. The Kennedy Center is kicking off the Arts Across America Live Concert Series starting today. On weekdays at 4pm for the next 20 weeks, enjoy free programming on Facebook Live, Instagram, YouTube, and on their website.

3. These no cook recipes are perfect for hot summer days.

4. Vulture’s list of the Best Movies of the Year (So Far).

5. This website is my new addiction. And this is a great blog post about it.

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