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Two Women Have Accused Tom Brokaw of Unwanted Sexual Advances

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | April 26, 2018 |

By Ursula Scully | Pajiba Love | April 26, 2018 |


Avengers: Infinity War Brady Bunch parody. I’m going to stop typing right here. (The Mary Sue)

In a story about Matt Lauer and the larger culture of sexual harassment at NBC News, two women — one anonymous, and the other named (Linda Vester) — have accused venerable NBC anchor Tom Brokaw of unwanted sexual advances in the 1990s. Brokaw denies the allegations. Damnit, Brokaw. (WashPo)

Sterling K. Brown honoring Mrs. B., his middle school algebra teacher and high school advisor, is the cutest thing ever. (Celebitchy)

Even though I love ’90s fashion, I am not ready for all the Girl Power rah-rah branded stuff to return. Unless it’s got sequins. I’ll forgive anything that’s got sequins. Do not doubt my commitment to Sparkle Motion. (GFY)

A Quiet Place is getting a sequel. Let’s workshop some titles. How about Hush Harder. (Dlisted)

Serena Williams is a goddess, so I wouldn’t be surprised if she played in her tournament then freshened up and skipped over to the royal wedding, because again, she is a goddess. (Lainey Gossip)

If you haven’t already, you should read this fantastic Janelle Monáe cover story. (Rolling Stone)

What would famous poets tweet if Twitter was a thing back in the day? (McSweeney’s)

There is a life-size bronze lynching memorial sculpture opening up at the The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama and you can see it at this link. It’s heartbreaking. (NPR)

I didn’t even know there was more than one kind of cinnamon, let alone 10, but now I want to try them all. (Extra Crispy)

Science explains why women’s migraines are worse than men’s. (Mental Floss)

Marc Bohan was the Creative Director for Dior between 1961 and 1989. This is a gallery of a few pieces from that time and they are stuhhhhhhning. (The Cut)

The Breakers is a national historic landmark mansion in Newport, Rhode Island that used to be owned by the Vanderbilt family. Recently, the heirs had vacated the property, so now us commoners get to take a peek inside. And? It’s so ugly, you guys. Drab and dark and just plain old ugly, except for the parquet floors, which I love. (T&C)

There are two types of people in this world: people who love mushrooms, and people who are wrong. Now there is further evidence of the nutritional power of this delicious fungi. (The Conversation)

Turns out that Star Trek: The Next Generation figured out what happens to the human brain after the body dies. Who said that TV rots your brain? (IFLScience)

I would absolutely live in this abandoned Chinese fishing village. It looks like Hobbiton. (5 Things)

When TraceAndM sat down to read Kelly Barnhill’s The Girl Who Drank the Moon to her friend’s kiddo, they did not mean to read the whole thing. Though not their usual reading material, the fantasy, recommended for grades 4 - 6, wouldn’t let her go. "The moon was still pretty full, and it was fun to think the same magic described in the story was shining down on us." What was the last book you didn’t expect to enjoy? (Cannonball Read 10)

Ursula lives in Chicago and likes potatoes very much. You can follow her here.

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