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Vortex Rising is the first of its kind in more ways than one. By emphasizing cooperative and strategic play, we will bring fighting games to new audiences...
Grown-ass lady storytelling by and for gen-x women over 40. Featuring pop culture nuggets, profiles, day to day stuff we’re obsessed with, and personal essays.
The newsletter Hollywood loves to hate and hates to love. The Ankler is a newsletter about and for the entertainment industry, edited and written by Richard Rushfield, with the help of some special friends. One of Fast Company’s 10 Newsletters to...
Lover of challenges, creativity, curiosities. Freelancer, manager, researcher. Folklore, place, people, identity. Some things digital, some things education...
A newsletter to help you keep up with the latest on the gender data gap...ie, it calls out research/data/product design/etc where women weren’t included but nobody seemed to realize that was an issue.
The popular e-newsletter from writer and speaker Sarah Bessey with exclusive essays, the books worth reading, good things, links, and so much more. Starting on the...
The name “Culture Study” is a modification of “Cultural Studies,” a term used to describe an academic field — and general posture — towards the culture that surrounds us. The scholars of this early field believed that if people
We provide sports news, experiences and community that are created by women, for women. Since our launch, The GIST has grown into a community of women around sports and we’d love you to be part of it.
No matter how many hours we spend in an office, in the car, caring for patients or children or client accounts, at the end of the day we all come home. I’ll be writing here about my stay-at-home findings, but you don’t have to be a
Family life is much easier when you can commiserate about the parts that are tedious, enraging, low-key awful, weirdly hilarious, blindsidingly sad and also sometimes totally fine and even a little fun. Never miss a piece content that might be...
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