6:30 pm, May 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
There’s a whole lot more going on in Brooklyn than just trees growing and adult actor and filmmaker D.Wise wants you to know about it.
5:17 pm, May 22nd | by Meredith Lepore
I mean, really!
4:00 pm, May 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
2:45 pm, May 22nd | by Jessica Salt
Our increasingly hyper-connected workplaces are breeding a whole new generation of workaholics — and we’re being enabled by our smartphones. Here’s how to break the
1:35 pm, May 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
Most prime time shows aired their finales last week and we’re already missing Jess, Bob, and the gang. Now that the summer TV season is bleakly stretching out before you, a desert dotted with the skeletons of late-night informercial products and the shadows of descending Food Network personalities, we wish to offer an oasis: a reflection on what we can look forward to when prime time returns in the fall. Which network has the ladies on lock?
1:15 pm, May 22nd | by Sarah Devlin
You know the feeling. It looks something like this.
11:30 am, May 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
Which song will saay-eee-ave your soul?
10:15 am, May 22nd | by Sarah Devlin and Carly McElroy
On this week’s episode of “And Then They Make Out,” Carly McElroy and Sarah Devlin switch up the format for a (not so) mini-sode called “I’m Going To Stop You Right There.” Carly selflessly watched this week’s film, What To Expect When You’re Expecting, while Sarah got to remain blissfully ignorant up until the moment she and Carly had to start talking about push presents.
9:00 am, May 22nd | by Sarah Devlin
Since this week means a whole host of new grads will be making the transition from full time student-hood to the workforce, we thought we’d reflect on the advice we’d give ourselves as new grads (you know, if time travel were invented) (and if by going back in time we could guarantee we wouldn’t upset the space-time continuum).
6:02 pm, May 21st | by Colette McIntyre
While we (and Drake) know full well that girls love Beyoncé, feminists have been wrangling with Queen B ever since she embarked on part one of being an independent woman. In the most articulate and thoughtful essay we’ve read on the subject thus far, Tamara Winfrey Harris, Senior Editor at Racialicious, suggests that our perceptions of the singer/entity as a feminist may say a lot more about our own politics than Bey’s.