Happy Friday! ICYMI, we had a really fun chat about your hometown recommendations. Also, do you need a breezy new top?

A fascinating bummer: The inside story of how John Roberts failed to save abortion rights [CNN]

Although nothing would surprise me anymore, USA Today promises that “scientists at CERN are not opening a ‘portal to hell.'”

Happy New Beyoncé Music Day to those who celebrate! This is so interesting, at Andscape: House music’s golden era is having a ‘Renaissance:’ Beyoncé’s new album is proof of the genre’s lasting impact.

This is really interesting:  Sydney Sweeney talks about money. [Lainey]

This kind of article is, no joking, exactly why I have a subscription to Town & Country: Suspected Fabergé Egg Found on Yacht Seized from Russian Oligarch

Fascinating (and logistics-y!): He’s Baseball’s Only Mud Supplier. It’s a Job He May Soon Lose. [NYT]

Always here to read about this particular shitstorm: Reality Catch Up: The many problems of Erika Jayne. [Lainey]

EW reports on the hidden meaning behind the clothes in Nope.

Really interesting: Complicity and Deflection at the LIV Golf Traveling Circus. [The Ringer]

Important, at Vanity Fair: From Deep in the Memory Vault: Audrina Patridge and Chris Pine Dated?

What a sweetie: Harry Styles sends Lizzo flowers after she dethrones him in the US chart. [Socialite Life]

Timely, at Vulture: 15 Classic Summer-Camp Movies, Ranked.

Also fun at Vulture: How to Dress Like the Third Richest Woman in the World, According to Loot

Good question: The full-length ‘Blonde’ trailer: is Ana de Armas actually pulling off Marilyn? [Celebitchy]

This is wild! “34 days, 2,400 miles and one cramped boat: How 4 women set a record rowing across the Pacific.” [LA Times]

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