At Least We Don’t Get “Watered” For Easter

By: Ami Angelowicz / April 22, 2011

If we lived in Hungary, we might be celebrating Easter by getting buckets of water dumped on us. “The watering of the girls” is a fertility ritual where girls dress in traditional garb and men pour buckets of water on them as they pass. Kind of like a Christian wet T-shirt contest. As fun a… More »

Warhol’s Candy Darling Gets Her Due

By: Julie Gerstein / April 22, 2011

Candy Darling was a part of artist Andy Warhol’s inner circle–a muse and a flamboyant character in Warhol’s Factory scene. She was also a dark and troubled figure, immortalized in the Velvet Underground’s “Walk on the Wildside.” The new documentary, “Beautiful Darling,” chronicles Darling’s humble beginnings as a young boy and her rise to… More »

Poll: What Do You Think About Paternity Leave?

By: Jessica Wakeman / April 22, 2011

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“The Office”‘s “Seasons Of Love” Tribute To Michael Scott

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 22, 2011

I haven’t been a loyal watcher of “The Office” in a few seasons, but that didn’t stop me from totally tearing up while watching this tribute to Michael Scott from last night’s episode. My high school choir (I was not a member) sang “Seasons of Love” from “Rent” at my high school graduation and,… More »

High School Girl Fakes A Pregnancy For A School Project

By: Jessica Wakeman / April 22, 2011

Craziest. School. Project. Ever.

Gaby Rodriguz, a high school girl in Washington, faked a pregnancy for six months of her senior year as part of a school project on stereotypes. For the past six months, students at Toppenish High School in Washington thought Rodriguez, 17, was pregnant. Only her mother, her boyfriend, the… More »

15 Girl Groups That Prove We Need More All-Lady Music

By: Kelli Bender / April 22, 2011