We looked inside some of the tweets by @alanblinder and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
What Is Europe? "Freedom," a German professor told me. "Slavery," an Italian grandmother said. "Nothing at all," a French electrician scoffed. I spent 10 days on the road in the EU to find out what Europe means to Europeans today. This is what I found:
How I ended up in the @warriors pre-game huddle before Game 4 of the Western Conference finals. https://www.oregonlive.com/blazers/2019/05/how-i-ended-up-in-the-golden-state-warriors-pregame-huddle-at-game-4-of-the-nba-western-conference-finals.html …
This is wonderful. And an example of why people here (and lots of places) love the good-natured joy that the Warriors exude.
Congrats @jenberryhawes on the @nytimes review of your fine forthcoming book about the Mother Emanuel tragedy and aftermath. Available 6-4-19! ‘Grace Will Lead Us Home,’ an Intimate Look at Forgiveness, Anger and Trauma After the Charleston Massacre
THREAD: I hope you’ll take a few minutes to read my latest story. It’s about CA's drinking water problems, and the way access is shaped by income and race. It’s also the story of a small farmworker community, East Orosi, and its all-too-common crisis.
Might as well go out with a bang. All week, we’re rolling out the @WhereNOLAEats Gulf Coast Road Trip — stories from the five days @BrettEats, @PrijFrankie spent on the road. Craziest thing I did for @NOLAnews. #TimeOfOurLives
If you have to go out, go out eating. RIP @NOLAnews, home to some of the greatest food reporting in the USA.
Jimmy Carter left a Georgia hospital this morning after Monday's surgery for a broken hip. His office adds, "President Carter plans to teach Sunday school at Maranatha Baptist Church this weekend."
Update: Jimmy Carter will not teach Sunday school this weekend. “Though he is progressing well, he underestimated the amount of time he would need to recover from his recent hip replacement,” the Carter Center said in a statement on Saturday.