With the New Year come New Year’s resolutions, and 4-year-old Olor has a few words about the often unrealistic goals we set for ourselves.
In this 2-minute video, Olor, who “loves sharing her thoughts,” explains how big changes don’t happen in an instant and it’s the small changes that make a difference.
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Meet Mirjana Kika Milosevic, an insanely talented professional makeup artist and skin illusionist from Serbia. Her work, which includes bodypainting, facepainting, and special F/X makeup, has earned her viral fame on social media as well as a number of industry awards. Most recently, Mirjana was named winner of ... [Read More]
Vera Rubin died last week, and for a brief moment the gaze of the Internet swung her way to notice her remarkable life and work, to say a number of things about them of which perhaps half were true, and then moved back to its usual stalking grounds. That instant of online recognition left a wake of bubbling misconceptions it ... [Read More]
Over the last 363 days, we’ve had the privilege to get to know some truly extraordinary women and tell their stories. This year, we’ve also met a number of inspiring girls who are rockin’ their corners of the world. Among this esteemed group of future women you will know, there were several, ranging in age from 6-16 with interests in sports, activism, STEM, literacy, ... [Read More]
The tragic back to back deaths of actress and author Carrie Fisher (60) on Tuesday and her mother, Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds (84), yesterday have put greater importance on the upcoming HBO Documentary Bright Lights, which was shot with the close pair about a year ago. It is said to be a candid "chronicle of the ... [Read More]
It was 49 years ago today - December 28, 1967 - that Muriel "Mickie" Siebert, known as the "First Woman of Finance", became the first woman to own a seat on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). One of many "firsts" to come in her epic career as a leader and legend in the financial industry, Mickie's rise to the top was marked with challenges and obstacles, all of which ... [Read More]
One of the most consistently frustrating things about humanity is our blithe willingness to allow all manner of industrially organized brutality so long as the end result is something chemically interesting sliding momentarily across the taste receptors of our tongues. On land, the result is the often grizzly but at least regulated horror ... [Read More]
We all know gendered marketing is a thing; women have become accustomed to seeing items made in pink, because that’s what companies think we want. Well, brands are double dipping in the gendered marketing pool as Lucky Turner from Richmond, VA found out while walking down ... [Read More]