Quick & Quotable: This Week's Newsworthy Snacks
Don’t have time for the whole story right now? Chew on this week's newsworthy snacks first.
“This is a darker, more macabre version of Sabrina, and we’re incredibly excited for people to see Kiernan make this iconic character her own.” In 2017, the now 18-year-old actress starred in Ryan Murphy's latest anthology series, Feud: Bette and Joan."
"In a recent study conducted by Remote.co of nearly 130 remote companies, they found businesses with large remote workforces have a higher percentageof women in leadership roles (including founders and CEOs) than traditional office-based companies." In fact, remote companies have almost four times as many women CEOs as S&P 500 companies.
"I’ll find meaning in little things that people don’t think much about. A bus ride has become my sacred time. These pants have become a way to try new things. But I know, too, that the four identical pairs of black corduroy pants are also just pants, things to cover my legs. I wonder what I’ll do when I move on.”
The Stories Behind Our Clothes The California Sunday Magazine
"The way we eat—and our compulsion to document it—bears witness to food’s profound significance, both on a personal level and within a wider societal framework. As Susan explains, “It carries our desires and fantasies; it can stand in for sex, be a signal of status, or engage in our politics, betraying our attitudes about immigration, domestic issues, the environment, animal rights, and travel.”
Feast for the Eyes Kinfolk
"The whole “slashie” as job title thing might be known more as a wink-and-a-nudge descriptor of Instagrammers who are, you know, DJs, bloggers, designers, fitness experts, etc., etc., and all of the above, professionally. But the basic idea of committing to multiple traditional careers at once is a pretty apt way to think about anyone who’s making a living as a creative. But how to manage the strains and commitments of three full-time jobs at once? It’s a real undertaking—and requires way more than the passion and genius that are the typical tenants of creative work."