Today Is National Doughnut Day… Meet The Women Integral To Its History

June 2, 2017 by

Today marks the 79th year that National Doughnut Day is being celebrated in the U.S., a "holiday" started by The Salvation Army in Chicago during the Great Depression. While the pillowy dough and sweet glazey goodness are the obvious allure, the real purpose of the day, then and now, is fundraising for people in need. It also honors military veterans, ... [Read More]

Holy Hera! DC Just Declared June 3 “Wonder Woman Day”, Massive Global Celebrations Planned

May 24, 2017 by

If you read our site and follow our social pages, our love of Wonder Woman is palpable. She’s a feminist icon who made her comics debut in 1941. She’s a badass Amazonian Princess. She’s a pop-culture icon (thank you Lynda Carter and 70s TV). She’s a fierce warrior. And she’s - finally - a formidable Hollywood blockbuster action hero ... [Read More]

Watch: Carhartt Mother’s Day Spot Is A Kickass Celebration Of Strong Women Everywhere

May 12, 2017 by

In this new short film, Carhartt, the workwear company founded in 1889, just did what most brands fail miserably at doing; they captured the strength, tenacity, compassion, complexity, diversity, heroism, and all around badassery of women... in under a minute and in the most authentic way. We could not love this more. Statement ... [Read More]

Anna Jarvis Came To Loathe The Holiday She Fought To Establish… Meet The Mother Of Mother’s Day

May 8, 2017 by

Although President Woodrow Wilson gets all the credit for putting Mother’s Day on our national holiday calendar 103 years ago in 1914, the day was already being championed nine years earlier by Woman You Should Know Anna Jarvis. ... [Read More]

This 10-Year-Old’s Performance Of ‘Hallelujah’ Gives Us Chills

December 21, 2016 by

Kaylee Rodgers, a student at the Killard House School in Donaghadee, Northern Ireland, wowed the audience at the school’s annual choir concert last week with her performance of a version of Leonard Cohen's “Hallelujah.” According to the school’s website, Killard provides a “nurturing, supportive and safe environment for children and ... [Read More]

Pastry Chef Makes Incredibly Intricate Cookie Masterpieces

December 21, 2016 by

Hungarian pastry chef and artist Judit Czinkné Poór creates some of the most spectacular cookies we’ve ever seen. Using icing and food coloring, with some serious skill, Judit “paints” traditional Hungarian delicate lace, needlepoint and floral patterns on gingerbread cookies, resulting in mini masterpieces that are ... [Read More]

This 7-Year-Old’s ASL Telling Of Polar Express Is One Of The Best Things Ever

December 19, 2016 by

This is Shaylee, a delightful 7-year-old with some seriously amazing storytelling skills! Shaylee, who was born deaf, is a native signer and the daughter of Sheena McFeely and Manny Johnson, who are also deaf and teach American Sign Language (ASL) on their website ASLnook. According to her mom, Shaylee has always been ... [Read More]

Holy Gingerbread! Amazing Replica Of English Manor Took 500 Hours To Create

December 7, 2016 by

The holiday season would not be complete without an obligatory gingerbread house project, so if you are looking for some inspiration, the Biscuiteers, a team of talented pastry artists working at a London cookie company, built this phenomenal gingerbread replica of Waddesdon Manor, a French Renaissance-style chateau ... [Read More]

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