BY Holly Trantham
on Feb 23, 2015
With heavy hearts, tomorrow we say goodbye to one of our all-time favorite television series. Parks and Recreation ends, and we’ll greet our favorite Pawneeans armed with waffles, Snake Juice, NutriYum bars, and the cheapest red wine we can find because we can’t tell the difference...And, of course, plenty of tissues.
The show’s real magnum opus, of course, was the creation of character Leslie Knope, one of the funniest and most feminist ... Read More
BY Susan Avett
on Oct 02, 2014
Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan was just hospitalized this week in Dallas, Texas. Duncan (who is in serious condition as of today) is the first official case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. and if he lives through this, he may in in deep trouble with the Liberia Airport Authority for lying about his contact with the virus, before flying out of the West African airport. It is presumed that Duncan tried to help a victim of Ebola without knowing they were ... Read More
BY Rebecca Peterson
on Sep 12, 2014
Since the dawn of time, tradition and wisdom have been passed on from woman to woman, building our communal knowledge so as to progress society with every passing generation. Today, such wisdom comes to its zenith, as we bring to you a hella rad e-mail chain to end all e-mail chains.
Thanks Aunt ... Read More
BY Amy Carlberg
on Mar 23, 2014
Is that a list in your pants, or are you just happy to see me? Irony has rooted itself in our culture, and now it's taken hold of our sex lives.
Dating and sex can be awkward for everyone, but a little determination goes a long way. It's best to be pragmatic about these things. The world, and the internet currently attempting to swallow it whole, is full of misinformation, theories, and most of all, lists.
The sex tips in beauty magazines usually end up more ... Read More