It’s Memorial Day Weekend in America. Please make yours a safe and happy one.

Speaking of! Here at GFY, we rounded up a lot of CUTE MASKS in case you need one.

We also exchanged all time favorite beach read suggestions, and our current favorite at-home cocktail or mocktail recipe.

At Vulture: How Soap Operas Changed TV Forever

This was a good read, at Texas Monthly: The Dr. Fauci of South Texas

At HuffPo: How The Publishing World Is Staying Afloat During The Pandemic. (Spoiler, and to borrow the words of Pete Campbell: It’s not great, Bob.)

At Lainey: Does Bradley Cooper have a new pandemic girlfriend? He might!

Really interesting, at Variety: It’s the End of the World Famous KROQ as We Know It

At the Atlantic: The Cult of Elon Is Cracking

Also at Lainey, here’s some romantic drama that sounds like it’s straight out of 2007, but is actually current: Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green…explained by Brian Austin Green

At Vanity Fair: My Mother’s Old Junior League Cookbooks Seemed Like a Retro Joke—Instead They Were Extremely Satisfying

Our friends Tom and Lorenzo are doing some amazing deep dives into famous costumes  — like this look at Keira Knightley’s Green Gown in “Atonement”

This Neil Gaiman/Amanda Palmer break-up seems…dramatic. [Pajiba]

At WaPo: The story of ‘Smash,’ a beloved hot mess of a TV musical turned cult favorite

USEFUL! At the LA Times: Should you fix that yourself? How to handle home repair during the pandemic

And, finally, if you can’t go to the V&A, the V&A will bring itself to you: