[MONDAYS ARE FINE] JULY 17
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1. Hello and welcome to the all-NEWsletter (see what I did there?!) from The WW Club. From today until infinity, Mondays will bring a selection the links you're used to, round-ups of key happenings and events (including our own), a selection of stuff I'm loving, and - of course! - The Workspace. Read more on that over here.
2. "Start-up stress" is a (really) real thing. Don't forget to look after #1.
3. 'Famous on the Internet, Broke IRL': This episode of Refinery29'sStrong Opinions, Loosely Held podcast is honest, relatable, and highly necessary. (Thanks to GG for the heads-up.)
4. I'm so impressed and inspired by Public Outcry - a new project from some friends in London, who will be working with contemporary artists to raise awareness of the social, economic, and political issues that matter most. Please support!
5. Heading off on summer holiday soon and looking for a new read to take with you? 25 smart women, including Zadie Smith, Elizabeth Gilbert, and Solange, share their literary picks.
Catch the Irving Penn retrospective at the Met before it closes on July 30th. I saw it on Friday and it was amazing.
It's outdoor movie season! Yay. Head to MacCarren Park to catch just one of the dozens of screenings taking place around the city this summer.
Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power just opened at the Tate and it looks incredible.
The Hammer Museum is hosting a season of free concerts by female-fronted music acts. Cool :)