BY Mary Rockcastle
on Apr 03, 2014
Being a Pagan in 2014 is weird. I can’t imagine where I’d be without the fantastic witchy bloggers I follow or the Etsy accounts that keep me in stock with my spells and crystals. I won’t lie, I’m new to being a witch – but part of what I love about Paganism and Wicca is the rich history behind these beliefs.
Recently, LIFE Magazine re-published what they've called a “strikingly weird feature” about ... Read More
Barbie has made headlines that lately; as we continue to push toy companies towards a doll that includes more diverse body types, ethnicities, careers, and lifestyles, some groundbreaking artists have reworked and re-appropriated the toy to challenge expectations and sexist assumptions. My personal favorite of these artists, Margaux Lange, shared a recent Barbie tidbit with her social media network this morning: the doll is going to be featured in the ... Read More
BY Tess Duncan
in Style File
on Jan 10, 2013
Little known fact: Martha Stewart began modeling in her early teens! She appeared in television commercials and magazines and this amazing shoot for Chanel. Peep these pics from the ‘60s. Lana Del Rey wishes her beehive looked this perfect.
And here is Martha today, at 71, looking adorbs with her dawgs.
Edit: We first saw these awesome photos over at DesignSponge.com!
Photos via Martha ... Read More
BY Erika W. Smith
on Sep 06, 2012
You’ve been hearing plenty about Hurricane Isaac this summer, but did you ever wonder why Isaac is called Isaac, and not Isa or Ingrid?
Until 1979, hurricanes were always named after women. The system started during WWII, when U.S. Air Force and Navy meteorologists needed a way to identify hurricanes while analyzing weather maps. Many of those meteorologists – male, of course - began naming the hurricanes after their wives and girlfriends in ... Read More