5-Year-Old Eduarda Henklein Rocks Like A Boss With Jaw Dropping Drum Cover

This pint-sized baterista (or drummer) with killer talent has been playing drums since age 4!

5-Year-Old Eduarda Henklein Rocks Like A Boss With Jaw Dropping Drum Cover

A Day With NASA Engineer Denisse Aranda

“It’s hard to see yourself progress in a field where there are no examples that are kind of paving the path for you.

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Artist Creates Portraits Of Modern Women On A Manual Typewriter With Historic Feminist Texts

Leslie Nichols’ latest series features images of women constructed from the writings of pioneering feminists like Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Sojourner Truth


Fix-It Friday: The Electric Toothbrush… A Surprisingly Kickass Household Grime Fighter

Why home improvement pro and DIY expert Norma Vally considers the electric toothbrush “the best little cleaning tool I’ve come across in years.”


Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally


Traveling Over The River And Through The Wood This Holiday? You Should Know Lydia Maria Child

November 25, 2015 by

Approximately 42 million Americans are expected to take a road trip this Thanksgiving. So if you're one of them and plan to go "over the river and through the wood" to anyone's house tomorrow, you should know that this famed line was originally written in 1844 as part of a Thanksgiving Day poem, not a Christmas ... [Read More]


Organic Tea, An Apple Watch, A Fedora… Alice In Wonderland Illustrated For 2015

November 25, 2015 by

Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) was published 150 years ago, in 1865. While it remains a timeless tale of one curious girl's tumble down the rabbit hole into an absurd and magical world filled with a curious cast of colorful characters, Mashable illustrator ... [Read More]


Giving Thanks To Sarah Hale For Crusading To Make Thanksgiving Day A National Holiday

November 25, 2015 by

"Let us consecrate the day to benevolence of action, by sending good gifts to the poor, and doing those deeds of charity that will, for one day, make every American home the place of plenty and of rejoicing." Sarah Hale (1788 - 1879), a dedicated advocate for women’s education and economic independence (though she strangely ... [Read More]


Flight Of The Lady Hawk: All-Women Air Force Crew Broke Military Flight Record

November 24, 2015 by

This month marks the first anniversary of Lady Hawk Day in the city of Grand Forks, ND. Mayor Mike Brown established the day in recognition of the “Flight of the Lady Hawk,” the longest flight without air refueling on record for a military aircraft, led by an all-women team. The idea for the record-breaking flight came from 348th ... [Read More]


Thanksgiving Recipe Round-Up Featuring Four Pioneering Chefs

November 24, 2015 by

Thanksgiving... the 48 hour countdown is officially on. So if you're in charge of the feast or contributing to one, and are still in need of some culinary inspiration, we thought we'd give you a WYSKy hand by sharing this recap of a special series we ran in 2011. Every day of Thanksgiving week that year - our launch year - we celebrated a few of our favorite, pioneering ... [Read More]


This Girl’s Birthday Celebration Included Wrapping Street Poles With Winter Gear For Those In Need

November 24, 2015 by

Last winter we shared a story about Chase the Chill, a coalition of stitchers and groups that make scarves and distribute them in public places, for anyone to take. So it warmed our hearts when we saw this group of young girls tying coats and other ... [Read More]


It’s Not Rude to Say No: A PSA to Nice Girls

November 23, 2015 by

By Dominique Matti - I get it. I used to be you. Sometimes I still am. Conflating kindness with being a doormat, being carried by the current of the will of others. But today I want to tell you that what you’ve been told is “nice” is really just eating shit with a smile. Let’s talk about what many really mean when they talk about the “nice girl.” ... [Read More]


The Extraordinary Life Of Frida Kahlo Illustrated

November 23, 2015 by

The story of Frida Kahlo has been shared on the big screen and in numerous books, and now, the extraordinary life of the visionary artist is summarized in one delightful comic by comedian, writer and cartoonist Sissy Biscuit (yes, it’s a pen name). In an email to WYSK, Sissy shared that she fell in love with the artist when she was a teenager. “I was very sick with acute Lyme disease ... [Read More]