Hope you’re hanging in there. Be well, be safe, stay home. (If you can. If you are an essential worker: THANK YOU.)

A very very weird Fug Madness ended this week – don’t miss One Fugging Moment!

We also had a very fruitful Book Chat about what we’re all reading.

So so so very good, at The New Yorker: Fran Lebowitz Is Never Leaving New York

Amazing, at the NYT: They Played Sports at the Highest Level. Now Their Job Is to Save Lives.

I enjoyed Fashionista’s ode to Town and County’s coverlines.

I found this very interesting, at Lainey, about Gisele and Tom Brady.

TLo are doing some great quarantine content, like this: A Gallery of Legendary Lesbian Pulp Fiction Novel Covers

At Texas Monthly: Coach Taylor, Texas Needs You Now More Than Ever. (I’d say THE WORLD)

At WaPo, this is great from Robin Givhan: Christian Siriano has become the face of a fashion industry that once dismissed him

This is older, but really neat: The Great Everywoman Outfit Contest of 1915 [Narratively]

At Hyperallergic: A Couple Made a Mini-Museum for Their Gerbils to Visit During Quarantine

At Celebitchy: Novelist Danielle Steel got caught in lockdown in Paris & she’s going bonkers. Join the club, Danielle.

At Socialite Life, this is very sweet: Matthew McConaughey Hosts Virtual Bingo For Quarantined Seniors

Finally, one of our fellow Fug Nationals is doing a study about telemedicine at Michigan State, and part of her study involves a survey — if you’re inclined to help her out and take it, it’s here!