Prediction: the streets of San Francisco will be flowing with vomit on September 1st as truly empowered females collectively upchuck when a new service goes live that allows women to temporarily enslave men, actual human beings, to be their beck-and-call boys for a cost of $80/hr to $300/day. Shamelessly called ManServants and ... [Read More]
Erin Dinan wanted to change the world, but wasn’t sure what she, as one person, could possibly do to make a difference. It was a simple sandwich and a chance encounter with a homeless man that gave her the clarity and inspiration she needed, and her nonprofit, One Sandwich at a Time was born.
The mission of the organization is to “create a global understanding and empathy for the homeless population by ... [Read More]
Remember how MacGyver was always able to get himself out of a life or death jam using random, ordinary items like duct tape, a paperclip, and a stick of chewing gum? Well, we’re pretty sure TV’s most resourceful secret agent (1985 - 1992) would trade his trusty Swiss Army Knife ... [Read More]
Jean B was confused by countertops. Anna L had a bum electrical outlet. Sharon needed less pop on her glossy pink staircase. Laurel said, "No more!" to her popcorn ceiling. Nina wanted to clean her oven without nasty chemicals. AJ was grossed out by showerhead buildup. V White was looking to get creative with accent tiles. ... [Read More]
Actor Kristen Bell channels her inner Mary Poppins in this hilarious new video for Funny or Die. She sings, dances, performs magical feats, and keeps a smile on her face while raising a banker’s kids, for minimum wage pay.
Today marks five years since the last time Congress raised the federal minimum wage from $6.55 to $7.25 an hour. ... [Read More]
On March 22nd, while other people were going for their morning jogs, Anna Judd was heading out from Venice Pier in Venice, CA on a 3,200 mile run across America. Powered by nothing but her own two legs, iron clad will, and compassion, the 28 year old artist is running not for herself, but for U.S. veterans. ... [Read More]
Though Amelia Earhart’s July 1937 disappearance over the Pacific remains shrouded in mystery, her courage, vision, and groundbreaking achievements in aviation and for women are known around the world. Today, on what would have been her 117th birthday, we’re celebrating everything the pioneering aviatrix ... [Read More]