Links for Your Weekend

Happy Friday! How was your week?

One highlight of mine was Grant’s belated birthday dinner at Ragazza KC. The kids had all been before and thought we would love it and they were right. It had a very neighborhood feel and was hopping, even on a Wednesday night. I’ve added it to my Kansas City Guide.

On Fridays, I often share interesting or entertaining things I’ve found around the web. Here’s what I saved to share with you this week.

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There’s so much to love about this Sag Harbor summer cottage.

Restoration Hardware has a location in a historic building in Chicago that I definitely want to visit my next time there. It appears to be part store, part cafè, and part rooftop conservatory, among other things. It looks beautiful and interesting. I watched the little film on the site and was charmed. This article has more great Chicago ideas.

How cozy are these alcove beds?

I grabbed this nightgown (regular, plus) in the blue and white stripe for summer.

She Said, the movie about two New York Times reporters who broke the Harvey Weinstein story, came up at book club last week. I’ve never seen a journalism movie that I didn’t love so I’m not sure how I missed this one and I can’t wait to watch. It stars two great actresses too. It’s based on the book by the same name.

If you’re looking for an inexpensive, summer tote bag, I’m loving this one. It would make a great beach or pool tote but with its zipper top and inside pockets, I’m carrying it as a purse. I’m a sucker for the striped lining and it comes with pompons you can attach or not.

Why you should spend your next vacation in a small town.

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ third act in publishing, along with eight books she edited.

I posted a video of this tabletop Tiki torch in my IG stories and I got questions! Lindsey and Morgan had several burning on their deck when we were there last and they were really cool.

This sheet pan chicken pita recipe looks like one to try.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

P.S. My Chicago trip reports and five fun home finds.

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