Lockdown in Virginia with the former senator’s huge family
How the post-pandemic world could resemble the 1950s
The future of Sin City is the future of every American city
Our place settings were as widely spaced as the surrounding Provençal geography
Soon the clear air will be fume-filled again and the birdsong drowned out
Without visitors, the meerkats are listless and the dingoes so bored they have to be taken for walks
You could not ask for a more perfect COVID cloister
Behavior is contagious, and much of what we do results from unconscious mimicry
If our leadership wants us to listen to them, they should discourage Karens
I feared I might feel trapped when the lockdown began but in fact it has been quite liberating
Of course I will die in the next 20-odd years, but I will try hard not to do it from COVID-19, a nasty way to go.
The main excitement we get here is going to wait in socially distanced lines at the grocery store
Tawnies are territorial and will defend up to 50 acres of land
It doesn’t take ‘Blitz spirit’ to hunker down at home
What if it never works again? What if our infrastructure is finally collapsing? What if this is it?
Bureaucracy will win the war on COVID-19
Why am I so hungry? Oh because it’s noon and I’ve been on Twitter for four hours
The virus has driven everyone mad
The rise of ‘Corona rikon’
Are we all we so scared of being called insensitive that we can’t state the obvious?
Spectator writers are almost never in earnest, unless it’s after midnight and we’ve been drinking
My wedding is off — but I’m one of the lucky ones
This virus is still evolving
My Sam Peckinpah lockdown bender