What are you up to this weekend? We’re giving each other haircuts! Wish us luck, it’s definitely harder than it looks. Have a good one, and here are a few fun links from around the web…

Camping? Dining out? Here’s how experts rate the risks of 14 summer activities.

Freezer wine.

Have you seen Never Have I Ever? The Netflix comedy is so funny and great.

I’ll be wearing these shorts all summer.

Tina Fey is turning 50, and here are 50 of her best moments.

Face mask street style in Brooklyn.

Made me laugh.

These bars are next up on our baking list.

Or these cookies!

What a lovely 280-square-foot apartment.

And thank you so much for all the comments on this post. They were really thoughtful and informative.

Plus, two reader comments:

Says Emily on becoming anti-racist: “I can’t recommend Harvard’s implicit bias test enough. EVERYONE has some implicit bias and if we aren’t aware of it or believe it can’t happen to us, then we can’t do anything to fix it. It’s free, anonymous and quick. I hope everyone takes it.”

Says Jen on becoming anti-racist: “When I was teaching 10th graders, we journaled about our greatest fears. Every single young man in my class wrote that they were afraid that the police would kill them. I can’t stop thinking that George Floyd was once a 10th grader in somebody’s class, too. Now, it is no longer enough for me to just try to be a nice white person.”

(Photo by Casie Giroux. Tina Fey link via Girls of a Certain Age.)

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