Last Friday, Target announced it is doing away with gender-based signage and product references in a number of aisles across the store. While the majority of our readers cheered the decision, Target took a digital beating from throngs of customers who vehemently ... [Read More]
Yesterday, Senator Diane J. Savino (D-New York) took to social media to speak her mind about what she calls “this theater of the absurd,” or the 24-7 media circus swirling around how offensive Donald Trump is to women, particularly via his comments to FOX News’ ... [Read More]
Meet Carol Kaye, the “First Lady of Bass” and one of the most prolific bass guitarists of all time. You may not recognize her name, but you have definitely heard her play.
Born in Everett, Washington to musician parents, Carol, now 80, has played guitar professionally since 1949. Starting her career ... [Read More]
Earlier this summer, our co-founder Cynthia Hornig had the great pleasure of attending a talk at the 92nd Street Y with beloved author Judy Blume about her new book In the Unlikely Event. As if she wasn’t enough, the talk was moderated by one ... [Read More]
Calling all imaginative brick builders who have a taste for the macabre and get a thrill from ghastly ghouls. This September, just in time for Halloween, LEGO is releasing its newest line of Collectible Minifigures. They are monster themed and include some seriously ... [Read More]
"Ruth Bader Ginsburg entered a legal world where the best jobs were off-limits to women and emerged as a Supreme Court Justice." - Columbia Law School
22 years ago today, on August 10, 1993, after being nominated by President Bill Clinton, RBG was sworn in as the second woman and the 107th U.S. Supreme Court Justice. The now "Notorious," 82-year-old ... [Read More]
About a year ago we featured the ground-breaking project Bare Reality on Women You Should Know. Created by photographer Laura Dodsworth, Bare Reality featured 100 women bravely sharing un-airbrushed photographs of their breasts, alongside personal stories about their breasts and their lives.
The project received a lot of attention for presenting breasts in a refreshing way. ... [Read More]
Circa 1978, Marcella Hazan, a WYSKy, gastronomic guru who is considered to be the patron saint of Italian cooking in America, pioneered a crazy culinary technique in her classic recipe for roast duck. To achieve THE PERFECT skin that's "succulent" and "deliciously crisp," but not oily, she used… a HAIR DRYER! ... [Read More]