Listen Up: Listener, I Googled It and the HBIC Behind Cherry Bombe
First up this week, we’re baring our scrolls and telling you the most recent things in our search histories (#noshame) in the first installment of something we’re calling “Listener, I Googled It.” Then! Cherry Bombe co-founder Kerry Diamond weighs in on which is harder: opening a restaurant or launching a media company (‘cause she does both, NBD).
P.S. In #ReadingThings news, there’s just one week left to read Foreign Affairs before we discuss it on Monday, 8/15!
On our recent Google escapades...
- Getting to the bottom of Spencer Pratt’s Monday US Weekly commentary on Snapchat, discovered via our pal Lauren Sherman’s newsletter.
- Learning what qualifies as a brassica after eating at Two Hands, our new favorite Tribeca breakfast joint.
- Hopping on the Zootopia fan train—searching for that catchy theme song and listening to some commentary via the Another Round podcast.
- Doing some bug spray research—the ones from Coqui Coqui and Zoe Organics seem like winners!—after reading a New York Times piece on perfumes and essential oils with mosquito-repellent properties.
- Subscribe to the mag, check out Cherry Bombe’s podcast, and get the deets on the Cherry Bombe Jubilee conference (coming to San Francisco in January!).
- If you’re in Brooklyn, eat at one of the killer restaurants Kerry runs with her boyfriend, chef Rob Newton: Smith Canteen, Nightingale Nine, and Wilma Jean.
- Get to know Kerry’s co-founder Claudia Wu, who also started Me Magazine back in the day.
- Follow Cherry Bombe’s first cover girl, Karlie Kloss—and Klossies, Karlie’s charitable cookie collab with Momofuku Milk Bar.
- Read Kerry’s favorite mags: Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, The Gentlewoman, The New Yorker.
- Annnnd study up on some of her female food-biz role models, Erin Patinkin and Agatha Kulaga of Ovenly and Jeni Britton Bauer of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams.
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