The "Narrow Margin" Edition
This is an edition published very close to deadline. Down to the wire. For all the right reasons such as: Wordle In 3: done. Tennis x 2: done. Cocktail party: given. Guest room turned upside down, fumigated, washing of slipcovers, mattress covers, window sills, vacuuming, you name it: done. Transplanting (plants, not organs): done. Guacamole: made. Gift wrapped/card written for a 50th birthday party: check. Halfway interesting intro to the LZ Sunday Paper: ….on to do list for next week.
Which means more time for you to read at least a few more of these articles by, for, and about women, delivered straight to your inbox. Every Sunday morning. The best in Politics, Business, Health, Pop Culture, The Arts, Sports, and more. Enjoy.
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See you next week and don’t forget to buy some fun, beautiful homegoods from our friend Andrew in Ukraine. A cocktail party attendee who also happens to be a Subscriber texted me a picture of a fabulous, big felt fish (!) that looks quite handsome on her coffee table. Table runner? Trivet? Coaster? Objet? All of the above.
Hope you will watch some more hearings and… see you next week.
The Pic(k) of the Week:
The Unwritten Laws Of Physics For Black Women via Wired
The Institutionalist: Diane Feinstein via The Cut
The Women Who Ran Genghis Khan’s Empire via Atlas Obscura
Dana Walden’s Ascension Raises An Old Question: Will Disney Ever Have A Female CEO? via Deadline
Signet Jewelers Reaches $175 Million Settlement Of Gender Bias Lawsuit via CNBC
Crime & Punishment:
Harvey Weinstein To Be Charged In The U.K. Over New Assault Claims via The Los Angeles Times
Here’s Why DeShaun Watson and The Cleveland Browns Look Like They’re In Trouble via The Boston Globe
Health & Wellness:
The ‘Girlbosses’ Of Fertility via The Cut
Saha Global: Empowering Women To Deliver Clean Water via Water Quality Products Magazine
The Arts & Pop Culture:
HBO’s New Documentary Is About The Early ‘70’s, But It Couldn’t Be More Timely via Slate
The Horrible Thing About A24’s ‘Men’ Is How Much It Fails Women via Refinery29
Superfan Becomes Superhero In Boundary-Breaking New Marvel Series via The San Francisco Chronicle
Lady Gaga Relaunches Beauty Brand Haus Labs via Fast Company
At The Aldrich, Revisiting A Groundbreaking Show For Feminist Art via The Cut
Too Much Talent For A Tiny League via The New York Times
Andrée Geulen, Savior Of Jewish Children In Wartime, Dies At 100 via The New York Times
Julee Cruise, Vocalist of ‘Twin Peaks’ Fame, Dies At 65 via The New York Times
And What’s Not To Love About…?:
50 Years Of Title IX: The Defining Moments Of Women’s Sports via Sports Illustrated