Spaghetti And Meatball Cake? Meet the Woman Behind This Wacky Creation

Ann Reardon, founder of the blog, “How To Cook That”, tells her story the only way she knows how to… in chocolate.


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A Woman’s Inspirational Prose, As She Prepares To Run The Boston Marathon Today

Following her Boston Marathon experience last year, Sandra Laflamme, aka Organic Runner Mom, prepares to run in today’s race.


Meet The WYSK Who Put The Wonder In Wonder Woman

Jeannie Epper stood in front of moving cars, crashed through windows and leapt from tall buildings as Lynda Carter’s stunt double throughout the TV series.




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Wadjda: The Beautiful, Groundbreaking Movie About A Girl And A Bike That You MUST SEE

March 21, 2014 by

Directed by Haifaa Al Mansour, the first female filmmaker in Saudi Arabia, WADJDA is the first full-length feature ever filmed entirely in the Kingdom. A beautiful story of hope and perseverance, it centers on a sweet, but spirited 10-year-old girl who pushes the boundaries of what her conservative Islamic culture, her traditional ... [Read More]

Homophobe + Gay Stranger + A Hug = Some Very Awkward Moments

Homophobe + Gay Stranger + A Hug = Some Very Awkward Moments

March 21, 2014 by

Taking a cue from the recent viral First Kiss video that took over the web last week, the Gay Women Channel gives us First Gay Hug, A Homophobic Experiment. Pairing homophobes with gay strangers for an embrace creates some very awkward moments to say the least. Although developed as a parody of the First Kiss video and cast with some actors, ... [Read More]

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Fix-It Friday: Spring Home Maintenance Tips… DIY On The Inside And Out

Finally... spring has officially sprung! Along with feelings of renewal that accompany spring fever, let’s remember that our home needs more than the basic spring-cleaning (although Lord knows, it’s wonderful when we recover lost closet space as we out with the old.) After this long winter and the effects of cold temps, it’s time to give the exterior of our home a good look ... [Read More]

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Wild Ride To Happily Ever After: 7 BIG Lessons I Learned Planning My Wedding

A year ago, if anyone had asked me if I’d be writing an article on wedding planning any time soon I would have laughed, rolled my eyes, and replied with an emphatic, "NO!" Yet here I find myself, planning my wedding and writing about it. I’ve learned some things through this process ... [Read More]


She’s Warming The Tiny Heads And Hearts Of Preemies

March 20, 2014 by

Six years ago, when Suzy Luff was just 14, she received a knitting loom as a Christmas gift from her mom. This simple, $10 plastic ring with pegs quickly turned into the gift that keeps on giving. After browsing through her younger brother's baby stuff, Suzy came across the little hat he'd worn. It was "flimsy and insubstantial." The budding knitter figured she could do ... [Read More]

Young Actors With Down Syndrome Give An Expecting Mom A Beautiful Message Of Hope

Young Actors With Down Syndrome Give An Expecting Mom A Beautiful Message Of Hope

March 20, 2014 by

Tomorrow marks the 9th anniversary of World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), a day to raise awareness of what Down syndrome is, what it means to have the condition, and how people with Down syndrome play a vital role in our lives and communities. WDSD 2014 has released this tissues required video aimed at an expecting mom who has ... [Read More]

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The Bra That Can Save Your Life And Someone Else’s… Supposedly

March 19, 2014 by

Like Clark Kent transforming into Superman when danger strikes, this conventional bra claims to be a presto chango life saver in a number of emergency situations. Aptly called the Emergency Bra, the cups that normally support our breasts separate to become two face masks that are said to “decrease the inhalation of harmful airborne particles.” Seriously? Supposedly. ... [Read More]

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Artist Shows Iconic Cartoon Couples In Graphic Domestic Violence Scenes

March 19, 2014 by

Earlier this month, aleXsandro Palombo, an Italian artist, activist, and illustrator, unveiled "What Kind Of Man Are You? – NO Violence Against Women", a jarring series of illustrations featuring seven of THE MOST iconic cartoon couples in graphic domestic violence scenes. The nothing-is-as-it-seems series is his visual attempt to raise awareness of the physical abuse ... [Read More]