[MONDAYS ARE FINE] SEPTEMBER 17
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1. Work in the present. Yes, Q3 is winding down and it's easy to get caught up in your plans to crush Q4 - but make the most of the time you have in this quarter. Push yourself creatively with our BACK TO SCHOOL worksheet that helps you to create your own curriculum + fill the last few weeks of Q3 with good books, thoughts, and ideas.Download your copy here.
2. For our New Yorkers looking for some new places to eat, work, and shop or out-of-towners trying to explore, I shared some of my go-to Brooklyn restaurants, bars, shops, and more with travel app TRIPPIN. Download it here to check out a few of my favorite neighborhood spots.
3. "No one likes to be judged unfairly. It is dehumanizing and traumatizing. When you are a person with a disability, feeling like people are looking at you or judging you is one of the most fraught experiences. So what do you do when your job is to have people look at you?" writer Keah Brown asks of three models with disabilities for Teen Vogue.
4. Viola Davis answers New York Times' reader questions on finding roles worthy of her talent, proving herself time and time again, andhow all good projects have to cost something.
5. The intro of Fader's profile on Dev Hynes (AKA Blood Orange)poetically captures his sonic excellence and knack for capturing the energy of summertime in the city. Peak music journalism.
Everything Is Connected: Art and Conspiracy at The Met Breuershows artwork from the last 50 years, examining the rightful distrust of government by civilians. Opens September 18.
Beirut-based artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan's new show Earwitness Theatre at Chisenhale Gallery investigates the politics of 'earwitnesses' and their statements, using 95 pieces from real legal cases to explore "how the experience and memory of acoustic violence is connected to the production of sound effects."
Perfect way to bring Q3 to a close: an evening with the Carters. Catch Beyoncé and Jay-Z's On The Run II Tour at the Rose Bowl on September 22 + 23.