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SIGNS OF THE TIMES

Nostalgia for the recent past is a new and pervasive phenomenon. Many column inches of newsprint was devoted to Tom Brady, Philip Rivers, Teddy Bridgewater and Todd Gurley’s moves to new NFL teams last week, but that’ll be it for the foreseeable future.

The L.A. Times announced Monday morning that the paper will suspend publication of its print Sports section until “the leagues and competition resume.” For the duration of the pandemic, any sports news fit to print will be folded into the Times California section.

In related journalistic news, there’s this…

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