1. "20th Century Women" (A24 Films)
It got mostly snubbed by the Oscars (besides a nom for Original Screenplay), but that doesn't take away from the impact it had on me. Annette Bening (fabulous, btw) plays a single mom bringing her son up in the late '70s with the help of other strong females. I loved this movie. More info here.
You know me: I love anything and everything Sex and the City. This Instragram page from @female_trouble & @laurengarroni is a quest to document every outfit from HBOs "Sex & the City." Put a little SATC back into your everyday life here.
3. Ed Sheeran's new single "Castle on the Hill"
4. The contribution of Mary Tyler Moore
I think this quote from Variety says it all:
"For those who care about women’s representation on TV, about publicizing matters that are important to women’s health, and about the importance of women occupying positions of authority behind the scenes in Hollywood, Moore’s loss is felt acutely. She had wealth, fame, and prominence, and she used those assets to create a body of work that she could be proud of."
5. Jay Lavery of Sharon Springs, New York.
This guy makes me so happy: