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  1. Confessions, Pulitzer Prizes and the Art of the Side Hustle

    Know This: The suspect in the Stockholm truck attack that killed four people last Friday has confessed to “a terrorist crime.” To combat its opioid epidemic, Seattle’s planning the first U.S. facility where drug users can inject in a safe environment. And Iowa’s tiny Storm Lake Times, which employs 10 people and has a circulation of 3,000, has won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing. 

    Check This Out: OZY is lifting the lid on the past, present and future of the side hustle this week, as Tax Day approaches in the U.S. Do you have an interesting, unique or downright wacky side gig that OZY should know about? Let us know at sidehustles@ozy.com for a chance to be featured in the series.

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