LZ Sunday Paper Newsletter: The "Semi-FInal Finals" Edition
Happy New Year/L'Shanah Tovah to you and your families.
I hope yet another storm -- if you were in the path of Ida in the Northeast -- and fires and floods and pestilence and plagues around the rest of the country -- didn't hit too hard.
I am taking both the Labor Day holiday and the Jewish holiday to reflect and renew. And also to go to the U.S. Open to watch the Osaka-less women's semi-finals on Thursday.
So today, enjoy the best of the best, from politics to tech, business to the arts, health to pop culture. It's the news you need to know by and about other fabulous women in the news, every week.
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THE PIC(K) OF THE WEEK:
The Poetic Justice Of Amanda Gorman's Estée Lauder Contract via The New York Times
Bumble and Match Leaders Set Up Funds For People Affected By The Texas Abortion Ban via NPR
Sotomayor's Defiant Dissent via The Nation
Feminists Warned About America's Abortion Crisis For Years. We Were Written Off As Hysterical via The Guardian
'My Body, My Choice' Doesn't Meet The Demands Of This Moment via Bitch Media
Here's Why College Guys Commit Sexual Assaults They Don't Realize Are Assaults via The Washington Post
THE ARTS, BEAUTY, FASHION & POP CULTURE:
The Harvard PhD Turned Screenwriter Behind Netflix's Hit 'The Chair' via The Ringer
We All Owe Monica Lewinsky An Apology via Vogue
Christine Baranski Knows It's Good To Be Scared via The New Yorker
When Covid Struck The Wolitzers, Meg and Hilma Bonded By Creating A Book. Let Them Tell You About It. via The Washington Post
Femme Fatale via Harper's Bazaar
The $5000 Quest For The Perfect Butt via Vox
Serena Williams Doesn't Need Another Grand Slam. She Has Nothing Left To Prove. via The Washington Post
Morgan Stickney's Race Against The Clock via The New York Times
Remembering Hung Liu, A Portraitist Who Memorialized The Invisible via NPR
Inge Ginsberg, Holocaust Survivor With A Heavy Metal Coda, Dies At 99 via The New York Times
AND WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE ABOUT...?