The "Elemental" Edition
We made it to another March, another Women’s History Month! Congrats to us. For some of us, however, especially those who produce or consume the LZ Sunday Paper, every day is Women’s History day. We should all feel good about that.
Let me see what I have for you today. Well, no big surprise— as per usz, it’s the most important news of the week for and about women, spanning Politics, Business, Health, Pop Culture, The Arts and more. Maybe, something to laugh at, or with. Possibly, something to annoy you, but hopefully not. Or if so, in a a good way.
I’m less annoyed than last weekend when it was in a bad/annoying pain in the butt/fingers to type out the newsletter. If you recall, I had a computer keyboard issue — necessitating that my laptop take a trip to the Apple Store for 5 days right after I hit ‘send’ on the newsletter. Several Apple Store employees’ “awesome!s” later they did replace it. For free. But what they didn’t tell me is that I could actually get money for this widely known defect that they fixed. So, they owe me 125 bucks out of their 50 million dollar settlement. I wonder how much more of my time is worth finding out how to get it?
Well, I just got it back and have a week’s worth of keyboarding to catch up on, so I’m keeping this short.
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The Pic(k) of the Week:
Remember Pamela Smart? ‘To Die For’ Convict Now Seeks Mercy via The New York Times
Walgreens Won’t Distribute Abortion Pills In States Where GOP AGs Object via Politico
Political ‘Mamas’ Have A Childcare Problem via Politico
How Gisele Fetterman Became The Right Wing’s Favorite Supervillain via The Washington Post
The Excellence Of Kamala Harris Is Hiding In Plain Sight via The New York Times
U.K. Mothers Say It No Longer Makes Financial Sense To Work via Bloomberg
Lawsuit Alleges NFL Films Catalogs Lewd Shots Of Women At Games In Database via The Wall Street Journal
College Students Have Never Had A Roadmap For Navigating Sexual Assault—Until Now via The 19th
The Cloud In Sally Rooney’s Room via Chaoyang Trap House
Judy Blume Goes All The Way via The Atlantic
The Author Who Brought The Montessori Method To Light In Her Fiction via The New Yorker
THE ARTS & POP CULTURE:
Can Anyone Trust ‘The Witch Trials Of J.K. Rowling’? via Vulture
Brad Pitt Was The Only Winner Of The Aniston-Jolie Tabloid Battle via Vox
The LatinX-Files: In Praise Of Jenny Ortega, Aubrey Plaza, and Moody, Deadpan Latinas via The LA Times
Zandra Flemister, First Black Woman In The Secret Service, Dies At 71 via The Washington Post
Marilyn Stafford, A Photojournalist Rediscovered, Dies At 97 via The New York Times
…AND WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE ABOUT…?:
See How Two Sisters — and A Team Of 5000 — Crocheted Extraordinary Sculptures Of The World’s Coral Reefs via Artnet