Links to the past with relevance today:
NYT: RIP James Drury, who was The Virginian (1962-1971). He died of natural causes at 85.
POSEIDON'S UNDERWORLD: Classic Hollywood tub scenes.
DO YOU REMEMBER?: Aw, Paul Stanley, 68, is celebrating his dad's 100th birthday from afar, due to social distancing norms. He's asking fans to raise Dad's spirits in his absence.
GREG IN HOLLYWOOD: Leslie Jordan, 64, relates the time that he was in jail — and gave a young(er) Robert Downey Jr. his bed!
EXTRATV: Joy Behar is 77 and not going anywhere, guys.
INSTAGRAM: Just ... think about it.
BILLBOARD: Dolly Parton's got ya a COVID-19 poem. Her tribute to Kenny Rogers, who just died at 81, is much more somber:
HUFF POST: Birthday boy Dennis Quaid (66 today) thinks Trump is doing a fine job managing the COVID-19 crisis. Even Randy Quaid might be like, "You okay?"
PEOPLE: Leftover fabric scraps from the iconic AIDS Memorial Quilt is now being turned into masks to battle a new pandemic, COVID-19.
NYT: A long, long read (you've got the time) on why "Weird" Al Yankovic, 60, continues to appeal to just about everyone.