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  • Tenet, Christopher Nolan’s much ballyhooed time-traveling thriller with John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, is coming to HBO Max in May.
  • Thanks to published schedules, burglars are targeting the homes of European pro athletes during their game days. While some athletes have built safe rooms in their posh pads, others like Tottenham Hotspurs star Dele Alli are adopting elite guard dogs.
  • A rare eruption of a volcano near Reykjavik delighted Björk, who noted online that she filmed her “Black Lake” video at the same volcano and cheered, “We still got it !!! sense of relief when nature expresses herself!!!”
  • Rutgers beat Clemson and your bracket Friday, marking the school’s first NCAA Tournament win in 38 years.
  • No international spectators will be allowed to attend this summer’s Tokyo Olympics, with refunds to be sent for the approximately 600,000 tickets that have been sold to people outside Japan.
  • The federal Education Department announced a billion dollars in student loan debt for 72,000 borrowers who were defrauded by for-profit colleges will be forgiven.
  • Now that it’s officially spring, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission is worried about your garden hose storage safety.
  • Don’t get vaccine-cocky and book a Hawaii getaway just yet. The whole process is still pretty onerous and you may not even leave the airport, as this first-person account in Slate shows.
  • Maybe your brain is depleted by this exhausting week -- here, read the origin story on how the “Scoop There It Is” GEICO commercial came to be.
  • And finally, boy do we need this dose of cute baby panda antics right now: