While we’re all off soon for the long weekend, it’s still been a busy week full of fun events and some serious reporting.
Jezebel’s royal wedding correspondent Kelly Faircloth went all the way to Windsor to write I Camped Out Overnight for This Photo of Harry and Meghan and I Regret Nothing and lived to tell her tale on DirtCast.
The Root presented THE POP UP with Victory Boyd of Roc Nation, as part of a Black Music Month series that focuses on showcasing exciting black musical talent with in-office pop-up performances.
And Lifehacker wants you to remember to celebrate your time in the sun this weekend responsibly!
Our team also published a lot of important and compelling journalism. Below is a round-up of some of the best stories published across the Kinja network during the past week.
Watch the Eerie Trailer for Gizmodo’s New Investigative Podcast, The Gateway - Gizmodo is launching its first podcast next week, on May 30. The Gateway is a six-part series about Teal Swan, a new brand of spiritual guru, who draws in followers with her hypnotic self-help YouTube videos aimed at people who are struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts. Some followers move to Teal’s healing center—a spiritual startup in Atenas, Costa Rica—where they produce content and manage social media accounts. Teal insists her therapy saves lives, but her critics say Teal’s death-focused dogma is dangerous.
Listen to the trailer here:
And we leave you with this: