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We can't wait for Amanda de Cadenet's big interview with Hillary Clinton tonight on her talk show The Conversation. De Cadenet, who is also a photographer, created and continues to produce the Lifetime show, in which she interviews some of the most influential women today. In this sneak peek, Hillary Clinton talks about the importance of processing emotion in a world in which female politicians are unfairly labeled as "emotional." We certainly want Hillary Clinton's advice on that! Make sure to catch the full interview tonight 10 p.m...
If you're like me, you have no idea what to make for dinner every single day. I will go into the kitchen and stare blankly into the refrigerator. Uhhh, I guess I could make pasta? Or grilled cheese? I have definitely already eaten at least one of these this week. Or maybe I could just microwave some MorningStar chick'n nuggets and call it a day? I feel like there are a lot of foods in the world, but my brain can only think of a...
Forget Candy Crush, BubbleWitch, 2048 and Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. The new app you’re about to obsess over is called Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector. The object of the game is this: to attract AS MANY CATS AS POSSIBLE to your digital backyard, using treats and toys. It’s kind of like a Tamagotchi, but ten thousand times cuter.Released in Japan in 2014, Neko Atsume became an instant hit there and soon found fans in the US, as the game is pretty simple to understand even in another...
The Man Who Fell To Earth has fallen back off it. We feel less complete and more alone, and for once this isn't an exaggeration. There's too much to be said, and too many trying to say it, so it's probably a good idea for me to focus. The passing of David Bowie feels like the passing of an epoch for plenty of reasons, but one in particular feels worthy of special attention. He was the rock and roll embodiment of Picasso's axiom that "art...
I often think back on '90s cartoons with great affection, but it wasn't until recently that I started to realize how totally feminist some of these cartoons were. Lucky for me, I grew up with parents who always told me girls could do anything boys could. (One time, my mother called my elementary school after I came home complaining that one of our teachers—a man—told me I couldn't play football with the boys during recess. I don't think I really even gave a fuck about...