MY GOODNESS, y’all, I don’t know about you, but I am exhausted and could sleep for three weeks! (I don’t have a lot of pieces in here about the election, because I’m sort of waiting for the interesting logistics-y ones and none of them exist yet because as I type this, they have not yet called the election.)

FYI: The Sephora sale is still on! I spent a lot of my election nerves on face creams on Wednesday.

Important election news: Where Does Steve Kornacki Get His Election-Night Khakis? [The Strategist]

CBS reports: Scientists discover bizarre hell planet where it rains rocks and oceans are made of lava. SOUNDS FUN!

The Atlantic has an interesting piece on astronauts running for public office (pinned to Mark Kelly winning in Arizona).

There is some DRAMA going down at Hillsong, the celeb-friendly mega-church. [Lainey]

At Wired: A Nameless Hiker and the Case the Internet Can’t Crack

OMG, they’re making a prequel to ORPHAN! [Variety]

So cool, at Messy Nessy Chic: Before Instagram, there were “Photos Veritables” to help us Live in the Moment

You might need this today: Alexander Skarsgard looking extra ruggedly handsome for L’Uomo Vogue [Socialite Life]

At Smithsonian:  The Intoxicating History of the Canned Cocktail

Vanity Fair asks: What About the Oscars?

Interesting: Johnny Depp Is Out Of the Fantastic Beasts Franchise [Pajiba]

So good, as usual, at Texas Monthly: Meet an Intrepid Texan Who Spends Winters at the South Pole

This headline made me chuckle: Lori Loughlin must be giving melodramatic updates on prison life to her publicist [Celebitchy]

Really funny, at the New Yorker: British Mystery Shows I Would Watch

I totally forgot to share that Heather and I had our LA Times Festival of Books panel last week, with Kevin Kwan and Jade Chang. (This happened smack between the Dodgers winning the World Series and the election, so I had other stuff on my mind!) If you missed it, you can watch it here!