Red Wine Lollipops

Corn Dog Couture…10 Mouthwatering Bites That Will Make You Rethink Food On A Stick

March 28, 2014 by

If you’re an epicurean explorer, culinarily curious, or just a straight up food lover, then this tasty ode to "something on a stick day" (with a twist) is for you! We’ve put together a killer feast for the eyes and the mouth featuring 10 mouthwatering bites that will make you rethink food on a stick, once and for all. ... [Read More]

Maeve Jopson

My Cat Is A Jerk! Art Packed Children’s Book Gives Humorous Lesson In Pet Ownership

March 27, 2014 by

Meet Woman You Should Know Maeve Jopson. She’s an industrial designer, entrepreneur, and budding author who recruited five of her artist and designer friends to help illustrate her first children’s book, My Cat is a Jerk, a humorous look at the responsibilities (and rewards) of owning a pet. ... [Read More]

Sheryl Sandberg Wants To #BanBossy, But These Girls Want To Talk About What #BossyIs [VIDEO]

Sheryl Sandberg Wants To #BanBossy, But These Girls Want To Talk About What #BossyIs [VIDEO]

March 27, 2014 by

When the folks from SheKnows and Domestic Feminist saw "Lean In" author Sheryl Sandberg's #BanBossy campaign, they were intrigued. They also had lots of conversations about whether it's effective to ban words or "own" them. So, they decided to ask a group of 8-and 9-year-old girls what "bossy" meant to them. ... [Read More]


First Transport to Auschwitz – The Story of 999 Girls

March 26, 2014 by

Heather Dune Macadam, a Holocaust biographer and author of Rena’s Promise: A Story of Sisters in Auschwitz, traveled to Poprad, Slovakia on March 26, 2012, the 70th anniversary of the first registered mass transit of Jews to Auschwitz. When she arrived at the memorial site what she came to learn took her on an entirely new journey. What many people don’t know is that all of the 999 prisoners in the first ... [Read More]

Photo by Jarrad Seng

Giant Wave Of Barbie Dolls Crashes On Australian Beach

March 26, 2014 by

Wave 1, by Annette Thas, a Belgian born Australian based artist, created the ten foot tall wave of Barbie dolls for the 10th annual Sculptures by the Sea exhibition in Cottlesoe, Australia. Thas, who works across many different art forms including sculpture, installation, photography and video, collected and wove together over ... [Read More]


Eight Women In Chemistry Who Have Changed Our World

March 25, 2014 by

This past weekend we came across the documentary Women in Chemistry: Lessons from Life and the Laboratory, an incredible collection of stories featuring eight remarkable women who have made important contributions to science. The documentary, which originally aired last year, has been running again on PBS ... [Read More]

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The Book of Momisms: Like My Mother Always Said…

March 25, 2014 by

You know those unique catch phrases your mom has been spouting since you were a kid? We’re talking about her special expressions – touching advice, pearls of wisdom, signature witticisms, or wacky world insights – she’s shared over the years that kept you entertained, made you feel loved or caused you to roll your eyes in utter embarrassment. ... [Read More]

Xi Ling Shi

Thanks To A Bug Landing In Her Imperial Tea (c. 2640 BC), We Have Silk

March 25, 2014 by

Just as a young Isaac Newton stumbled upon the law of gravity while sitting beneath an apple tree and getting bonked on the head with fruit (as the story goes), the young Empress Xi Ling Shi was sitting under a mulberry tree when, compliments of a bug landing in her tea, she made a discovery that also changed the world. ... [Read More]