On Spring Break: For a great read during your getaway, dig into The Mastermind. Paul LeRoux’s transformation from nerdy computer programmer to criminal mastermind is dark and twisty. Taking a Lunch Break: Before you head to Panera, check out this guide to what to order at your favorite food chains. Hit the Brakes: Rolling Stone editor Jann Wenner endorses Hillary with this Bernie burn: “I have been to the revolution before. It ain’t happening.” We Were On a Break: It’s been more than 12 years since Ross uttered those words to Rachel. But hold on to your Chandler Bing, a new generation couldn’t be more smitten with Friends.

—Maggie M., Texture Editorial Director

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