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Weekly Roundup: What To Read This Weekend

This week: Redefining “wintry mix,” Joan Jett’s most cherished possession, a Japanese phrase about love, plus more.

Weather report: What does “wintry mix” even mean, though? “Chex Mix laced with freshly fallen snow” and other very valid definitions, c/o The New Yorker.

Bowled over: Ugh, it’s still flu season. Go on and give your immune system a boost with these healthy-slash-hearty soup recipes from Domino.

American icons: So, turns out Joan Jett’s most prized possession is an original letter written by Abraham Lincoln. Interested? Head over to T Magazine.

Perfectly imperfect: The science behind why being open about your flaws makes you more likeable, via this in-depth piece from The Atlantic.

Word: koi no yokan (n.; Japanese): the feeling that you’ll definitely fall in love with someone, after you first meet them. Happy almost Valentine’s (and Galentine’s) Day.

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