Happy official first weekend of summer!  I hope you enjoy it.

Over at Drinks With Broads this week, we had a fresh recap of Bridgerton, and then another recap of Bridgerton, and also tackled the Tonys!

At The Ringer: Willie Mays Was the Greatest Baseball Player Who Ever Lived

This is a must-see; definitely watch the actual footage of him speaking.  Baseball great Reggie Jackson opens up on TV about racism he faced as a player. [NPR]

A really interesting piece at Vanity Fair: Inside the Titan Sub Recovery: A Hopeful Rescue Turned Tragic Mission

Such a good essay about A Tree Grows in Brooklyn over at Books Are Weapons.

At T&C: Ralph Lauren Debuts Team USA’s Opening and Closing Ceremony Outfits for the Paris Olympics

The Gilded Age has added a bunch more Tony winners to the cast! [THR]

Fair: Can We Please Let Croissants Be Croissants? [Eater]

This is an interesting/amusing piece about celebs insuring their various body parts. [THR]

A bad sign for JT if even People is not being circumspect: Justin Timberlake’s mainstream clowning. [Lainey]

This seems like something a lot of you might want to read! This Is How You Plan a Kids’ Party That Adults Will Love Too [Bon Appetit]

I really enjoyed this at A Tiny Apartment: My Most Beloved eBay Searches

At Pajiba: Amy Adams’ Oscar Buzz for ‘Nightbitch’ Proves There’s Still Hope for the Amyverse

I didn’t realize Apple TV is doing an adaptation of Lady in the Lake with Natalie Portman. It’s a great book. [Lainey]

NYT reports: Secrets of a Perfect Desk Lunch. [gifted link]

Wild, at NY Mag: And You Thought You Had Roommate Drama

Yum! This Man Brewed Beer Using 3,000-Year-Old Yeast and a Recipe From an Ancient Egyptian Papyrus. [Smithsonian]

This is fun: The Quirky World of Telephone Cord Bag Collecting [Messy Nessy Chic]

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