10. 1 fun thing
A standing ovation for Michelle Obama as takes the stage of the ESPY Awards in L.A. to honor the late Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver. PEOPLE magazine's account:
"The former first lady ... presented the Arthur Ashe Courage Award to Shriver's son, Timothy Shriver, who now chairs the Special Olympics."
Mrs. Obama, before being joined by Special Olympians: "I am here tonight to honor a remarkable woman, a woman who believed that everyone has something to contribute and everyone deserves a chance. When we give others the chance to fulfill their greatest potential, we all win ... Through her passionate service, she made our world more welcoming, inclusive and fair."
P.S. L.A. Times front page, "Disneyland can't work its magic on wait times: It tries to ease crowding but lines keep growing," by Hugo Martin and Ben Poston: "Disney has faced queuing problems for so long that it has become a pioneer in line management, dating back to the early days of the park when it used stanchions and tape to create switchbacks that are now widely used at airports."
"A Times analysis found that the average wait time for the resort's most popular rides in the first six months of the year was 24.4 minutes, a 28% increase over the same period in 2015 ... [T]he ride with the longest average wait time ... was Space Mountain, at 65 minutes."