I’m convinced Beyoncé wrote “Flawless” after discovering the magic of Biologique Recherche’s P50. Which is why I’ve taken to weekly facials.
My grandparents visited almost every state in the country at a time when few other African Americans took the risk of traveling.
How I ended up working at Enchantments, New York City’s oldest witchcraft store.
Your existential guide to the month ahead.
In this series, we interview female candidates who are winning historic primaries across the nation. This week, Deb Haaland talks about her run for Congress in New Mexico. If she wins, she could be one of the first Native American congresswomen in US history. To read Meena’s interview with Vangie Williams, click [here](https://www.lennyletter.com/story/in-the-running-vangie-williams).
I have a rare disorder that turns my reactions to everyday sounds — chewing, typing, nails tapping — into disproportionate emotional events.
Seven women on why borrowing and lending beloved possessions can be some of the most intimate acts in a friendship.
The band just released its seventh studio album, *Art of Doubt*, last week.
A comic by Liana Finck.
Poor cell-phone service in large crowds is a gripe unique to the last decade, but it’s one that is becoming ever more urgent as an increasingly galvanized American public takes to the streets.