Saturday Link Love: Cooking, Friends, and the Cutaway

Saturday Link Love: Cooking, Friends, and the Cutaway October 12, 2019

Saturday Link Love is a feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier!

It’s So Much More Thank Cooking, on The Week—“In offering to make dinner, my husband, with the absolute best of intentions, had focused on the one thing he’d promised to do: grab a pot and a pan, put something in it, and make edible food.”

Why You Never See Your Friends Anymore, on The Atlantic—“A calendar is more than the organization of days and months. It’s the blueprint for a shared life.”

The Lost Art of the Cutaway, on Messy Nessy—“I could say, that as a kid, I used to love looking at cutaway illustrations, but the thing is: I still think they’re just the greatest thing ever.”

Elaine Chao favored Kentuckians in meeting with officials seeking grants, on Politico—“In all, 25 percent of Chao’s scheduled meetings with local officials from any state from January 2017 to March 2018 were with Kentuckians, who make up about only 1.3 percent of the U.S. population.”

NYC’s $15 minimum wage hasn’t brought the restaurant apocalypse — it’s helped them thrive, on Business Insider—“New York City restaurant workers saw their pay increase by 20% after a $15 minimum-wage hike, and a new report says business is booming despite warnings that the boost would devastate the city’s restaurant industry.”

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