Carla is a book publicist and writes regularly for New York Magazine. Her work has also appeared in New York Times, The Ringer, and Lenny Letter, among others. She is a books editor at Well Read Black Girl.
Sunday Routine: How Alex Branson, Entrepreneur, Spends Her Sundays
"Alex Branson decided to get serious about her idea for an inclusive music program for babies and toddlers “while under someone else’s parachute at someone else’s music class,” when she was working as a caregiver in London. Six years later, her company, Lavender Blues, is offering classes throughout six Brooklyn neighborhoods. A nanny for more than 14 years with a background in early childhood education, Ms. Branson, 38, prides herself on having cultivated a community of families (and bunnies, as she refers to the children). She lives with her wife, Toni, 36, the creator of Style Is Freedom, a genderless streetwear brand, and their cat, Betty, in Flatbush, Brooklyn."
Eva Longoria on Being Secretly Pregnant While Filming 'Dog Days'
"The importance of family is at the heart of Dog Days, as shifting roles and unexpected obstacles create the need for acceptance, understanding, and, most of all, love. Grace’s determination to help her new daughter feel like she’s a part of a strong family unit feels both urgent and particularly poignant at this point in our history."
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