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- The New York Times [gift link] answered a reader question about wearing vintage concert tees to work.
- Allure spoke to Broadway wig and hair designer Nikiya Mathis about increasing inclusivity in onstage hairstyles through her consultancy, AcTRESSES.
- The Washington Post [gift link] noted that new research shows that return-to-office mandates don’t increase a company’s profits but do have negative effects on employees.
- The Wall Street Journal [gift link] compiled research and expert advice to create the equation for “the perfect weekend.”
- The Wall Street Journal [gift link] also looked at the disturbing rise in cancer among younger people; meanwhile, SELF shared one woman’s story of being diagnosed with colon cancer at 32.
- The 19th reported that a Montana Senate candidate’s super PAC sent a survey that offered three choices for voters’ gender: male, “female, homemaker,” and “female, working woman.”
- WIRED tried out a new dating app that uses generative AI for initial chats between matches.
- Gloria spoke to several women about how they have celebrated milestone birthdays.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from The Belladonna, with “Making Your Weekly Grocery Run? By The Way, You Work Here Now.”
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