Last Friday, I attended the James Beard Foundation Awards dinner in New York City. It was my first #JBFA event! Normally I’m not a big gin drinker, but these cucumber gin cocktails were delicious—dangerously so. It was like sipping sweet green juice.
Sure, you could read about which horse to bet on. You could also read about $1,000 cocktails! How to Get the $1,000 Mint Julep Being Served at This Year’s Kentucky Derby (Fortune)
I'm glad I'm not the only one who had this immediate thought when I heard it on the radio. Make It Stop: There are already 20 Democrats running for president in 2020. Why did Colorado Senator Michael Bennet decide to join them? Where will it end? (Rolling Stone)
With a name like “Moon Bites,” I can't tell if it's something that would be sold by GOOP or given out (similar to "moon tea") by a maester in Game of Thrones. (Also the lack of skepticism by the writer makes me incredibly uneasy.) FemBeat: Food Period Cultivates The Art Of Seed Syncing With Its Monthly Moon Bites (Forbes)
If they come up with something even close to being pitched as "business for women" or some nonsense, I'm going to lose it. Meredith Plans More Coverage Centered Around Women (AdWeek)
The 25-cent charge is also just insulting. It’s like they’re mocking us. Tampon Dispensers Lack That High-Tech Wow Factor (Wall Street Journal)
I mean, it was great and all, but... Woman Rushed to Hospital for Crying Too Much During Avengers: Endgame (New York Daily News)
If Millennials are responsible for “killing” everything, and Instagram is “killing” everything, does that make Instagram the technological embodiment of Millennials? Are Millennials the true White Walkers?! The Instagram Obsession With Flowers Is Killing Them (The Ringer)