What do Chrissy Teigen, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and David Letterman have in common? Not much, other than being featured in three of these nine terrific articles we read this month. Trust us, these links are worth saving.

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If you pat yourself on the back for working out once a week...

Read about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s shockingly intense exercise routine and be put to shame by an 84-year-old. (Politico)

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If you want to make rom-coms great again...

Read an interesting argument about what film ruined the genre. (The Guardian)

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If you count “Steel Magnolias” among your favorite movies of all time...

Read the untold story of the classic film, almost 30 years after the fact. (Garden & Gun)

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If you’re a late-night TV obsessive...

Read an insightful, hilarious and all-around awesome profile of David Letterman. (Vulture)

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If you didn’t think you could love Chrissy Teigen any more...

Read a candid essay about her struggle with postpartum depression. (Glamour)

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Illustration: David Brandon Geeting for Bloomberg Businessweek; Prop Stylist: Priscilla Jeong

If you have a go-to Dominos order...

Read about how the chain pizza snobs love to hate built a $9 billion empire. (Bloomberg Businessweek)

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If you’re not super-passionate about your job...

Read about the doctors risking everything by clandestinely treating mental illness with microdoses of MDMA and other hallucinogens. (Rolling Stone)

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If you’d be fine never reading anything written by a man again...

Read a frustrating piece about a woman whose doctor has never read a book by a woman. (Signature)

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If you loved “La La Land”...

Read about a real-life couple struggling to make it in Hollywood who are basically Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone’s characters before they make it big. (Los Angeles Times)

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