10 Things We Didn’t Write About This Week but That You Might Want to Comment On, Including Corey Feldman’s Music and the Interview Ivanka Trump Cut Short

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September 18, 2016
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maternity leave, tim gunn, plus-size fashion, Weekly Roundup, HIllary Clinton, Donald Trump

Is the news in general getting weirder? Or is it the same as it ever was?

Not sure that this list makes the case one way or the other. But here it is, your weekly randomized list of story topics that we didn't cover on this site — maybe for good reason and maybe because we just missed the boat somehow. You tell us.

And what else happened in the news this week that you would have liked to see on this site?

Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of starting the Barack Obama “birther” theory. [New York Times]

The jet black iPhone 7 is pretty much impossible to get. [TechCrunch]

Corey Feldman performed his new EDM single in a Grim Reaper costume on the Today show. [Rolling Stone]

Tim Gunn continued his crusade against discrimination in the fashion industry, calling some plus-size clothing “hideous.” [NPR]

Blue wine might be coming to a liquor store near you. [Food & Wine]

Cosmopolitan pwnd Ivanka Trump in an interview about child care and maternity leave. [Cosmopolitan]

Marc Jacobs sent models wearing faux dreadlocks down the runway. What could possibly go wrong? [New York Times]

The Olive Garden’s Never-Ending Pasta Passes sold out in less than one second. [Eater]

Tonight's Emmy Awards are more diverse than they've ever been. [Forbes]

NASA isn't changing our astrological signs. [Gizmodo]

Comment early and comment often. Messages in all mediums are more than welcome here.