The TueDo List: Good Bones + Cool Gifts + Easy Costumes

Plus a Gen-X money pro, Frances McD and Adele 😍

THIS WEEK

📖 READ: Why I still dig for vinyl in record stores. Anna Sui, cultural and style icon. Chloë Sevigny wants to declutter. “I’d been in therapy half my life before I ever saw a Black therapist.” Cyndi Lauper met the Beatles when she was 9. An excerpt from Huma Abedin’s memoir.

👀 LOOK: A 1978 backstage interview with the Ramones. Next year’s Maya Angelou quarter. Fun pop culture Halloween costumes. Platonic and romantic date night questions.

🎧 LISTEN: Amp up good vibes with this Cha Wa Tiny Desk Concert from NOLA. Throwback to college rock days with The War on Drugs. More previously unreleased Bowie. Adele, we swoon.

🤣 LOL: Which witch are you? That time Michelangelo hated his job.

📺 WATCH


STORY: Let’s Talk About Bone Health

By Liz Thompson

“There was my mom lying on a gurney, with one leg clearly much shorter than the other. Even after birthing four kids, I still became nauseous at the sight of blood and had to talk myself out of throwing up.”

Keep Reading


GIFTS: Yes, Already

We know, we know — it isn’t even Halloween yet. But our news feeds are already starting to fill up with fun gift ideas, so we’re going to start including a few of them here each week. We’ll try to keep things under $100. (If you see something we should include, let us know in the comments!)

This week: Four new things we wouldn’t mind unwrapping:

  • This Is Ear Hustle, a new book from the hosts of the award-winning Ear Hustle podcast.

  • Woman Made, a book that celebrates 200+ female product designers from 50+ countries because design is not, and has never been, a man’s world.

  • Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace, a new book about LA’s famous disco rollerskating venue, with contributions from Cher, Laura Dern, and other big names. Perfect for those who still love to rock on 8 wheels. 

  • Finally, what do you give the person who has everything, including expensive taste? Hermès nail polish.


TUENIGHT 10: Stephanie Vaught

Stephanie is a Gen-X financial coach and money management expert who helps women over 40 gain confidence in their financial decisions, and build a life they love. An attorney by trade, she no longer dresses the part because “My intellect and intelligence have nothing to do with my hem line.”

Read Her TueNight 10


Anyone else going as the Log Lady for Halloween, TueNighters? We won’t judge!