Maryland governor Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency in Baltimore Monday evening, activating the National Guard to respond to the violent protests that erupted in the wake of Freddie Gray’s funeral.
Celebrities love self-identifying as nerds. They just love it! Put a microphone in front of a celebrity and I’d guess there’s a one in five chance that celebrity is going to work in the fact that they are a nerd.
Grey’s Anatomy fans are certifiably upset that Patrick “McDreamy” Dempsey is no longer on the show...because...[buzz saw sound effect] [grenade sound effect], you know...
Eight high school boys in Liberty, Missouri have been suspended for sharing nude photos of their female classmates on Instagram, Twitter, and in text messages.
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Some lady things take a lot of regular effort with nothing to show for it aside from looking “normal,” and those lady things are the bane of a lady existence: shaving, plucking, waxing, moisturizing.
A group of protesters in New York successfully reclaimed a Forever 21 storefront and used it to promote the Black Lives Matter movement.
Abercrombie is still trying to remake itself into a brand that appeals to today’s Tumblring teens. Their latest move: You no longer have to be a hottie to stand around the store refolding shirts.
Looking back, it sometimes seems a third of my childhood was spent sitting in front of the TV, rewinding and fast-forwarding VHS tapes.
Coined by the late writer Harris Wittels, the word “humblebrag” is used to describe an instance of “false modesty.” People humblebrag when they don’t want to annoy people with an overt brag, but a team of researchers from Harvard have just discovered that those attempts at humility actually do more harm than good.
Royal Baby 2.0 was due to arrive on April 23, but today is April 27 and the baby still isn’t here. When confronted about the child’s tardiness, Kensington Palace told Us Weekly, “We have never commented on or discussed a due date.” Interesting, because “multiple sources have confirmed the royal’s due date” to Us Weekly!
Kpoene’ Kofi-Nicklin is the Creative Director of Mignonette Bridal, which was named a Finalist in the Martha Stewart American Made Awards (Marthaaaaaaaa).
I can’t really recall another Mad Men episode with as bald and obvious an overarching theme as the one in Sunday night’s “Time and Life”—the preservation of legacies, and the uncertainty therein.
The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards aired last night, bringing with it the usual crush of self-styled soap stars with perfect hair and vaguely recognizable faces.
A tipster writes in with a story about his wife’s five-year-old cousin, who came over to their house over the weekend to play: Read more...
Raven-Symoné has been a guest panelist on The View multiple times and now the show’s producers are reportedly courting her as a regular host because she’s “interesting and provocative.” True.
Whenever the latest royal spawn emerges from the royal womb, one of my favorite news cycles will draw to a close.
The Associated Press is reporting that three Russian women have been sentenced to 10 to 15 days in jail apiece on “hooliganism” charges after making the video you see above, which shows their dance troupe twerking in a field near a war memorial.
The Fart Watch App would’ve transformed the Apple Watch from a needless chunk of metal to a needless chunk of metal that makes fart noises.
In further proof that Twitter’s memory is goldfish short, controversy erupted last night over the hashtag #FeministsAreUgly, which was invented by two feminists of color all the way back in August of 2014.