Introducing Weekend Roundup: our guide to what you may have missed this weekend. 

If you’re an avid sci-fi fan, you might’ve thought that astronauts have been eating space vegetables for years. Not the case as it turns out. This weekend marked the first time astronauts have eaten food that was grown on the International Space Station. (The Verge)

Bill Murray has finally agreed to appear in director Paul Feig’s all-female reboot of the Ghostbusters franchise. (The Hollywood Reporter

Presidential hopeful Donald Trump sparked controversy with his criticisms of Megyn Kelly, saying that the Fox News commentator had “blood coming out of her wherever” during last week’s Republican debate. (CNN)

Frank Gifford, former New York Giant, NFL Hall of Famer, and successful sportscaster died of natural causes in his Connecticut home on Sunday. He was 84. (Variety)

Black Lives Matter activists interrupted Bernie Sanders at his Seattle rally, where he was scheduled to speak about Social Security and Medicare. Since then Sanders has added “racial justice” to his list of issues on his website. (The Stranger)

A young man was shot by police in Ferguson on the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s fatal shooting. He is currently in critical condition. (NBC News)

Vanity Fair released an article on how our phones are destroying our ability to love. “Dating Apocalypse” indeed. Which we suppose makes sense since Venus is currently in retrograde, and love is dead. (Vanity Fair)

The New York Times published a piece exposing Coca-Cola's strategy of funding scientists to prove that diet is less important than exercise in maintaining good health. (The New York Times)

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