Morning Edition:

Stories for the weekend.

Published Sat, Jun 23, 2018, 8:00 AM
WHAT HAVE WE HERE?
THE MUSTACHE MUST STAY
I'm Begging You MLB, Let Ichiro Keep His Disguise
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Yes, according to the rules, he shouldn't be in the dugout. Yes, people have been fined in the past for this kind of thing. But seriously, c'mon — this is why baseball is great.
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Both Apple And Google’s 'Best App' Password Manager
dashlane.com
With all the accounts you have, remembering every single password is impossible. Dashlane protects your passwords and creates an easy, secure way to access all of your accounts on any device you own. And its free.
THE WEEK IN PICTURES
WILL MAKE YOU LOVE MONDAYS
The Best Thing Online This Week Is This Garfield Fan Comic
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Gale Galligan's "Jon" imagines Jon Arbuckle as a humble cartoonist. He teaches a class on cartooning. He gets pre-dinner party nerves. He loves his cat and his dog. It's all there, but with a level of emotional depth and earnestness that somehow just cuts through the grease of existing in the year 2018.
PICTURE THIS
The Best Photography Of The Week
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Inside the studios of Romania's booming sex cam industry, the mystics seeking eternal life through liquid nitrogen and other best photos of the week.
STARRY STARRY NIGHT
The Week's Coolest Space Images
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The moon and Venus get photobombed by a fireball, a black hole rips apart a star and other cool space images of the week.
WINNERS AND LOSERS
EVERY MAN RIDES FOR HIMSELF
Why Little Vehicles Will Conquer The City
citylab.com
Nearly all of them look silly, but if taken seriously, they could be a really big deal for urban transportation.
MELROSE'S PLACE
Patrick Melrose And The Fall Of The English Elite
newyorker.com
We are all Patrick Melrose, a generation of upper-class Englishmen might have said. So what happened to them? Whither their cruelty, their decadence, their way of life?
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Have A 401(k)? Great! But Is It Actually Working?
blooom.com
Blooom’s free 401(k) health report tells you if your 401(k) is setting you up for when and how you want to retire. If not, it provides (free) suggestions for how to get your investments where you need them to be. Did we mention it was free?
Avoid the cows and have yourself a great Saturday.