With the Fourth of July coming up, it’s time to reflect on the true meaning of the holiday and overlook...
This is amazing.
Fun fact: She speaks fluent Japanese!
Today, thank a veteran for their service.
“I just felt like somebody saved my life."
The onion ninjas are coming out.
Katie Couric pushed Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o for some answers about his fake-dead-girlfriend controversy. And because the internet is beautiful, the Gregory Brothers songified it. Why, why, Manti?
I started my winter break internship this week, and it obviously called for a major shopping trip before I hit the Big Apple last weekend. I visited a few the stores and came home with sweaters, skirts, dresses and countless other bags that didn't make my wallet happy.
It's ok, you don't have to admit that you spent the entire week crying and watching the Olympics. We rounded up the top news stories for you, and they're all right here.
Last week, the Senate voted not to repeal the military's 'don't ask, don't tell' policy - a policy that's essentially a band-aid for the absence of gay rights in the military. The policy, which was introduced in 1993, has essentially stood all of this time as a way of saying 'you can be gay in the military, as long as nobody knows about it'.
Military-inspired clothing is one of the biggest trends for fall, and while I’m not opposed to the idea, I am having a hard time picturing it fitting into my wardrobe. The trend is so tough and structured that it’s hard to imagine it meshing well with my girly floral dresses or my rocker-chick leather boots (which have enough tough all on their own).
This season, the G.I. Joe military inspired style is marching onto runways and blowing up clothing racks everywhere. At first (it's hard to believe now) I was frustrated with the new bold style (totally in for fall). I have broad shoulders and let's just say the manly military explosion does not get friendly with my curves.
It’s Veteran’s Day and everybody is finding their own way to honor the men and women who have and are currently serving in the armed forces. This morning, Bon Jovi performed at Rockefeller Center in NYC and invited all local military personnel, their families and civilian volunteers to come be a part of the festivities.