Family Wedding Weekend: success!
Travel completed by all, despite a plethora of canceled flights, multiple Covid-tests, and the ever willy-nilly machinations of the TSA.
Celebrations had, loot bags delivered, tennis played, tears shed, horas danced, happy exhaustion soon to come, I expect.
Back to you with the news of the week in review— not in the general world, but in mine— next Sunday.
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Royal Nod For ‘Queen Camilla’ Caps Years Of Image Repair via The New York Times
Biden’s Supreme Court Nominees: Meet The Shortlist via People
Amy Coney Barrett’s Long Game via The New Yorker
Woman Says She Was ‘Virtually Gang-Raped’ In Facebook’s Metaverse via Vice
Barstool Sports Founder Dave Portnoy Sues Over Sexual Assault Claims In Articles via The Washington Post
Colleagues Who Backed Harvard Professor Retract Support Amid Harassment Claims via The New York Times
Scientists Developing Single Test To Detect Risk Of Four Cancers In Women via The Guardian
Should You Pick The Sex Of Your Surgeon? via The New York Times
’And Just Like That’ Was A Trainwreck. Here’s What Made It Unmissable, Anyway. via The Los Angeles Times
The Most Disturbing Allegations In The New ‘Playboy’ Docuseries via The Cut
Lena Dunham Is Back—and Yes, This Movie’s Sort Of About Her, Too via Rolling Stone
Jennifer Garner Celebrated As Hasty Pudding’s Woman Of The Year via Page Six
How Yiddish Scholars Are Rescuing Women’s Novels From Obscurity via The New York Times
Racial Bias In Hair Salons: Separate and Not Equal via HuffPo
Where Are The People Of Color At The Winter Olympics via USA Today
Why ‘Slut Strands’ Are The Hairdo Of The Olympic Games Slate
4 Jamaican Women Who Played A Defining Role In Jamaican Culture via AlexisChateau.com
40 Black Women Who Are Leaving Their Mark On History: All Hail The Queens via Oprah Daily
US Mint Begins Shipping Quarters Honoring Maya Angelou via The Boston Globe