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Late afternoon off-to-the-beach links

  • Match the outfits to the iconic movie characters. (Flavorwire)
  • Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie have agreed to lay down some serious cash in the name of marriage equality in Washington state, and the story of how that came to pass is impossibly touching. (New York Times)
  • AMC cancelled The Killing, a show that even the people who loved also seemed to hate.  (Vulture)
  • Check out this interview with Robin Givhan—the first fashion critic ever to win a Pulitzer Prize and all-around smart lady. (The Cut)
  • Why are Olympic mascots all so uniformly creepy-looking? (EW)
Posted on July 27th, 2012 3 Comments

3 Responses

  1. Melody McFarland says:

    That Bezos story made me weepy thinking about Ms Cast’s reaction when she read their email.

  2. Cynthia Kling says:

    The Killing was slow and beautiful and complex and totally run by women – director, producer, star, my sister was the editor, I am proud to say. It didn’t have networky speed, you had to pay attention. Not done in our Adhd anymore.

    Another one RIP. Scott Rudin rules.

    • Viajera says:

      It was really good. Maybe another network will buy it. I loved getting to visit rainy Seattle when it is too effing hot where I live!