President Biden is taking an impromptu stroll around Nantucket, popping into shops and waving at supporters. pic.twitter.com/EbeNlLoigo
— Josh Wingrove (@josh_wingrove) November 26, 2021
(When you’re the President, security requires an early Small Business Saturday.)
Politico: If Democrats enact their Build Back Better social spending program, several million low-income Americans who've been frozen out of health coverage for years will be able to get heavily-subsided, zero-premium health insurance on Obamacare — as early as January.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 26, 2021
In 1970, students in a fifth-grade class at Hawthorne School in Beverly Hills were assigned to write a letter to someone they admired, asking them "What makes a good citizen?"
Joel Lipton, 10 years old at the time, wrote to Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz.
Joel got a reply… pic.twitter.com/ok3fXMcuCs
— Michael Warburton (@MichaelWarbur17) November 26, 2021
Speaking of Small Business Saturday… Because the Spousal Unit loves Tchaikovsky, we try to see a live Nutcracker performance every year. Which didn’t happen last year, obviously, but I’m wondering if any of the local companies are feeling safe enough to have scheduled this year (or if we’d feel brave enough to attend! Our boosters aren’t scheduled till December 9th)…
How ballet companies are planning covid-free 'Nutcrackers' – Very carefully https://t.co/KUOqhjs91Y
— Sarah Kaufman (@SarahLKaufman) November 26, 2021