It's November -- the perfect month to get cozy and comfortable. And what better to cozy up to than this concise little list of the best the Internet has to offer this week?
We're looking back, we're looking forward and we're looking inward. There's a lot to love, but here are some highlights that are worth a glance.
FIRST THINGS FIRST: Watch out, Taylor Swift. Crusoe's coming for you. If you don't already know about Crusoe The Celebrity Dachshund, you'd better get on board. Last week he visited "Good Morning America" for the launch of his first book, and this week New York Magazine pointed out why he "just might be the world's most perfect celebrity."
LISTEN TO: Did you say "superbugs?" This week's RadioLab investigates dangerous microbes, infectious disease and one of the scariest health crises we face today: antibiotic resistant "superbugs." Traveling down a strange and amusing rabbit hole into the past, the podcast discovers that thousand-year-old treatments could be the solution to this modern threat. For more thought-provoking health news, check out HuffPost's very own ICYMI Health series.
GIVE IN: If it feels like everyone's talking about adult coloring books, it's because they are. It's time to give in to the trend. The Atlantic's Julie Beck says "There's something satisfying about seeing your thought and effort create a tangible, pretty thing at a reasonable, predictable pace. This rarely happens in life."
FOLLOW: If you're looking for some wedding-planning inspiration or just some general life goals, check out Geller Events' Instagram account. From fried chicken and biscuits to scenic gardens, the photos will take you places.
READ: Make-up-free and stunning, Adele graced the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine this week. The feature, "Adele: Inside Her Private Life and Triumphant Return," is the weekend read you have to prioritize. Preferably while listening to "Hello" on repeat.
(TRY TO) EAT : When you're feeling like shoving a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich in your face after a big night out this weekend, take a beat. Consider a smoothie and avocado toast instead. It looks like greasy food doesn't actually help your hangover. (Blasphemy!)
COOK: To put our money where our mouth is, here's what to cook on Sunday so you can eat well all week. Yep: All week.
GET EXCITED: It was a great week for the future of TV. VICE announced a new channel called VICELAND. Hell yeah.
And Jon Stewart signed a four-year contract with HBO to produce short-form digital content. He's backkkk.
DEBATE: In "Humans of New York and the Cavalier Consumption of Others," The New Yorker calls into question the popular photo series and photographer Brad Stanton's new book, "Humans Of New York: Stories." While granting readers incredible access into the lives and souls of New Yorkers, HONY also inevitably offers an incomplete picture. Does the series objectify its subjects for the better or worse? Where do you stand?
MULL OVER: While you're considering the beauty and appropriation, the simultaneous insight and unknowability of HONY's subjects, mull over another conundrum in the presentation of art with Slate's article "Against Subtlety," and HuffPost's Claire Fallon's thoughtful response: "Against Being F**king Obvious."
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