2:30 pm, April 23rd | by Tara Block, SavvySugar
While we wait for The Real Housewives of Disney to become an actual show, satiate your obsession with some of our favorite artistic renditions of Disney princesses!
2:30 pm, February 7th | by Tara Block, SavvySugar
Not all vintage valentines are lovey-dovey — some are downright mean! From the 1840s to 1940s, if you wanted to send an anti-Valentine’s Day sentiment, you’d do so with an anonymous vinegar valentine. Annebella Pollen, an expert in these burn-book-worthy cards, explains them as “a cheaply made card, with a printed satirical image that mocks the recipient and has a little doggerel verse underneath, usually four- or six-lined, describing some aspect of their personality and dismissing it.” Read the full interview on Collector’s Weekly to find out more about this historical hate mail. Check out some of the shockingly nasty vinegar valentines now! And none for Gretchen Wieners, bye.
8:30 am, December 14th | by Tara Block, SavvySugar
Facebook has released its 2012 year in review, and with around one billion monthly active users, we were fascinated to comb through their findings. The social media site already gave us numbers on what our “likes” say about our political leanings and stats on the election, and now they’re wrapping up the year with a look at the most popular topics, people, and entertainment of 2012. We pulled out some of the most interesting trends from Facebook’s overview, so click through now to see the top politicians, movies, books, and more!
1:30 pm, October 17th | by Tara Block, SavvySugar
Who wore it best? First Lady Michelle Obama and Ann Romney both showed their support for their husbands at the second presidential debate donning “PopSugar pink.” The president even flashed a bit of pink, as he appeared to be wearing a pink bracelet in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Michelle and Ann may have chosen a good color for tonight’s more women-friendly debate than the first one. In addition to Candy Crowley moderating — the first female to do so in 20 years — Obama and Romney addressed women’s issues including fair pay and health care. See who some may call the candidates’ better halves, Michelle and Ann, supporting their men from the audience at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY, now. And be sure to check out our live presidential debate postshow later tonight!