Virtually the entire historic downtown would have been flattened
Spooky ruins, crashed planes, famous murder weapons and some very, very tall trees
Even with nearly 500,000 dead, the world dodged a bullet in terms of what could have been. The economy, however, may never be the same.
Trivia nights, sessions to help reopen through COVID-19 and "theatre home delivery" service
A UBC study attributed the spike in broken male genitals to the unintended consequences of COVID-19 lockdowns
It doesn't stick to surfaces as much as we thought, and is particularly slow to spread outdoors