R.I. P. Suze Rotolo

By: Ami Angelowicz / February 28, 2011

I’m walkin’ down that long, lonesome road, babe
Where I’m bound, I can’t tell
But goodbye’s too good a word, gal
So I’ll just say fare thee well

Bob Dylan and Suze Rotolo on the cover of the former’s Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan represent the archetype of young, bohemian love. The two of them walking… More »

Top 10: Our Picks From Target’s Designer Collaboration Re-Release

By: Julie Gerstein / February 28, 2011

Does The Internet Need A Geek Culture Site For Women?

By: Jessica Wakeman / February 28, 2011

The Mary Sue, a new geek culture blog, just launched a hot second ago, and in one of the very first posts, a staff blogger explains to readers why a geek site “for women” is really necessary. It was an explanation I needed, frankly, because at first blush, I saw an Oscars roundup and aMore »

What’s The Most Inappropriate Time You’ve Dropped The F-Bomb?

By: Ami Angelowicz / February 28, 2011

Watching Melissa Leo drop the f-bomb during her Oscar acceptance speech made me feel a little bit better about my own f-bomb mishap. Sometimes it just happens at the most inappropriate moments. For me, it was back in my days as a high school teacher. It was 8th grade visitors night and parents and potential… More »

Frisky Q&A: “Bachelor Pad”‘s David Good On Manhood, Natalie Getz, And Who Brad Womack Should Choose

By: Ami Angelowicz / February 28, 2011

We watched as season five “Bachelorette” contestant, David Good, got a second chance at love on “Bachelor Pad.” After all the pie-eating, backstabbing, and unitard-wearing was said and done, David walked away the big winner with $125,000 in his pocket and Natalie Getz on his arm. Not too shabby! Since then, David has been busy… More »

Gross Talk: Do You Pop Your Tonsil Stones?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / February 28, 2011

Yesterday morning, I woke up with a rather painful sore throat. I headed straight for the mirror and open my mouth as wide as I could, peering down my throat in search of swollen glands or major redness. Instead, I saw white bumps on what I assumed to be my tonsils. I headed straight for… More »