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How To Care For Older People In The Pandemic (And A Printable Guide!)

Three experts share advice on how to help the older people in our lives — parents, grandparents, neighbors, relatives, friends — feel comfortable and safe in the pandemic.

Unravel Fatb feat. dryhope
Bloom Fatb feat. Tesk
Saints Among Us Theodore Shapiro
Break Through Theodore Shapiro
Wasp Nest The National
Mansions of Millions of Years Mammal Hands
Kandaiki Mammal Hands
Mandarin Mooncake
Zaris Mooncake
The Ballad of Keenan Milton Devendra Banhart
Sawkill River Devendra Banhart
Gyroscopic Precession El Ten Eleven
Reverie El Ten Eleven
Perception Diamans
Lestat Diamans
Whole Heart Gryffin and Bipolar Sunshine
Da Mystery of Chessboxin' [Instrumental] Wu-Tang Clan
Still Grimey (Instrumental) Wu-Tang Clan

Jesús Ahumada (left) oversees farm workers picking strawberries. He talks with Henry Gonzales, the Monterey County agricultural commissioner who secured more than 330,000 masks for farm workers there. Erika Mahoney/KAZU hide caption

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Farm Workers Face Double Threat: Wildfire Smoke And COVID-19

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The Tired Road to Hope & Peace Those Who Ride with Giants
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