Morning Links for Friday Aug. 16

Morning Links has returned from the shadowy halls of the America news media with a few links to inspire hope, loathing and dread, and not necessarily in that order. Are Milwaukee drivers accommodating to pedestrians? Apparently not, according to the Journal Sentinel. U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Madison) is feeling bullish about the health care act’s implementation, Wisconsin Public Radio reports. The New York Times says a sunken Indian submarine became a tomb. Don’t feed the bears? Maybe also try running away. A grizzly has attacked two hikers in Yellowstone, the Associated Press has learned. Bud Selig says he’s “very comfortable” with…

Morning Links has returned from the shadowy halls of the America news media with a few links to inspire hope, loathing and dread, and not necessarily in that order.

  • Are Milwaukee drivers accommodating to pedestrians? Apparently not, according to the Journal Sentinel.
  • U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Madison) is feeling bullish about the health care act’s implementation, Wisconsin Public Radio reports.
  • The New York Times says a sunken Indian submarine became a tomb.
  • Don’t feed the bears? Maybe also try running away. A grizzly has attacked two hikers in Yellowstone, the Associated Press has learned.

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Matt has written for Milwaukee Magazine since 2006, when he was a lowly intern. Since then, he’s held the posts of assistant news editor and, most recently, senior editor. He’s lived in South Carolina, Tennessee, Connecticut, Iowa, and Indiana but mostly in Wisconsin. He wants to do more fishing but has a hard time finding worms. For the magazine, Matt has written about city government, schools, religion, coffee roasters and Congress.