LZ Sunday Paper Newsletter: The "So Far, So Good" Edition
It is High Summer.
High Tennis Season: for the many who asked-- I made it to the semi-finals! But lost 8-6 in a great match against the ultimate winner of the tourney.
High Houseguest Season: for all who didn't ask-- we have been welcoming friends, relatives, friends of friends and relatives of relatives.
High Covid-delayed Wedding Season: next weekend we are headed to Boston for a year+-delayed wedding & celebration for the daughter of my closest camp friend. 1976 was a wild time to go to a rigorous, yet hippie-ish, music school in Vermont. It is even wilder that 45 years later this is the event we are celebrating together. Mazel Tov to all the music yet to be played and studied together!
High time to read this week's edition of fabulous, important articles by and about women in the news. It is essential stuff, hand-picked by me, for you. From politics to business, business to the arts, focusing on women who have changed what it means to be a woman in the world, pieces you may have missed and have to read to be in the know and on the front lines of pop culture.
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See you from Boston! If you tune into the Yankees/Red Sox game Friday night, Look closely. I'll be the one in the Yankees cap hoping to not get beer thrown on me. Hopefully.
THE PIC(K) OF THE WEEK:
Who's Afraid Of Lina Khan? (All The Right People) via The New Republic
Push To 'Free Britney' Gains Steam On Capitol Hill via The New York Times
Ken Starr, Brett Kavanaugh, Jeffrey Epstein, and Me via Medium
Gender Equity And Inclusive Benefits Win Over Millennials At The 'Best Workplaces' via Fortune
Who Is Melanie Perkins, The Canva Billionaire Who Plans To Donate Her Wealth Away? via Esquire
After Cuomo's Closest Aides Testify, Now It's His Turn via The New York Times
Derision, Misogyny, Sexual Assault: VMI Women Face Attacks On Campus and Online via The Washington Post
Black Women Are Largely Shut Out Of Coveted Tenure-Track Positions At Massachusetts Colleges and Universities via The Boston Globe
THE ARTS, FASHION & POP CULTURE:
MJ Rodriguez Makes History As First Out Trans Woman Emmy-Nominated For Outstanding Lead Actress via BET
Hair Ties and No Heels: The Evolution Of Females Superhero Costumes Is Here via Entertainment Weekly
22 Books About Manhattan Jet-setters That Will Make You Feel Like One via The Washington Post
'The Authority Gap,' by Mary Ann Sieghart: Why Men Are Still On Top via The Guardian
Enough With The Ableist Worship Of Frida Kahlo via HyperAllergic
In A First, an MLB Game Will Be Called Entirely By Women via The New York Times
Gloria Richardson, Civil Rights Pioneer, Dies At 99 via The Associated Press
She Knew JFK and Oswald, and Wrote About Both: Author Priscilla Johnson McMillan Dies at 92 via The Boston Globe
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