Costume Designing Woman You Should Know… The Legendary Edith Head

Her 35 Oscar nominations and 8 Academy Awards make her the most honored costume designer and most honored woman in any category in Academy Award history, to date.

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Talented Sisters Cover Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It,” Put Dee Snider To Shame

Dany (13 years old on guitar), Pau (11 years old on drums), and Ale (9 years old on bass guitar) of the all-girl band “The Warning” are proving that they can rock just as hard as the big boys.

Talented Sisters Cover Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It,” Put Dee Snider To Shame

Teen Inventor Creates iCPooch, So You Can Video Chat With Your Pets

The idea is not only to help reduce a pet’s anxiety, it also provides owners with the peace of mind of knowing that they can interact with their pets while they’re away from home.


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Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally

An Innovative Swedish Subway Ad With A Powerful, “Hair-Raising” Message

An Innovative Swedish Subway Ad With A Powerful, “Hair-Raising” Message

October 7, 2014 by

Earlier this year a Swedish subway ad for the beauty brand Apolosophy got a lot of attention by showing a woman's hair blowing in the wind whenever a train arrived. The agency that came up with the ad, and developed the technology, is back with a new version. Partnering with ... [Read More]

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WYSKy Halloween: FREE Wonder Woman Pumpkin Carving Stencil

October 7, 2014 by

Want to add a dash of WYSKy style to your Halloween decorations this year? Then skip the ghoul and goblin faces, and carve HER into that prized pumpkin you just picked. Having Wonder Woman on your doorstep is sure to make the neighborhood pranksters think twice about egging your house. ... [Read More]


Yes Means Yes: UCLA Student & Sexual Assault Survivor Says New Law Will Create Monumental Cultural Shift

October 6, 2014 by

Savannah Badalich is an undergraduate student studying Gender Studies at UCLA and is the UCLA Student Wellness Commissioner, a health representative of 28,000 undergraduates. After her sexual assault by a fellow UCLA student and friend, she created ... [Read More]

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Joi Gordon: Volunteering Your Way to A New Career

October 6, 2014 by

By Career 2.0 - Not everyone is as lucky as Joi Gordon. She discovered early in her career that she needed to make a change, that job satisfaction and happiness could only result from doing something that propelled her out of bed in the morning. And while Joi may have been lucky in her timing, she says it’s never too late to do what you love, especially if what you love is living a life of community service ... [Read More]


Stating The Obvious: AdWeek Fem-vertising Panel Says Pro-Women Ads Are Effective

October 3, 2014 by

Yesterday, an all-female panel made up of industry powerhouses behind some of this year’s top pro-women ad campaigns gathered in New York for an AdWeek discussion. They came to talk about what women want more of from brands, and concluded the following, "Marketing campaigns that empower women and girls rather than ... [Read More]

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Bibbidi-Bobbidi-BOO: Artist Draws Disney Princesses Dressed Up For Halloween As Fictional Heroines

October 3, 2014 by

Last October, accomplished artist Isaiah "Izzy" Stephens, a recent Media Arts and Animation graduate of the New England Institute of Art, combined his love of drawing with his love of strong female heroes to create a special Disney Princess Halloween series that caught our attention. ... [Read More]


Fix-It Friday: How To Use A Pizza Stone… A Delicious DIY Fix For National Pizza Month

"When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s amore"... sung by beloved Dean Martin, I’d sooner say, "When a pizza pie hits your mouth, that’s amore!" For me, amore, love, isn’t quite strong enough a word to describe my feelings towards pizza. A better description would be adore, crave, an addiction - simply put, ... [Read More]


10 Things You Should Know About Jerrie Mock, The First Woman To Fly Solo Around The Globe

October 2, 2014 by

Earlier this week Geraldine “Jerrie” Mock, the first woman to fly solo around the world, died at her home in Quincy, FL. She was 88. In 1964, Jerrie was a 38-year old housewife from Columbus, OH when she set out on the 29 day, 23,000 mile journey, accomplishing what her childhood hero ... [Read More]