Posts tagged "amelia"

Baby Sloth Drinks Milk Slowly, Amelia Cringes

Little known fact: Amelia really hates sloths. She thinks they're creepy and weird and gross. I love a sloth, and especially a baby sloth, so despite her protestations, I'll continue to post amazing sloth-related news and videos. Like this clip of a baby sloth drinking milk. So simple, and so adorable. Sorry, Amelia! [Shudddddder.
By: Julie Gerstein / September 14, 2012

Watch Natalie Morales Do A Face Plant In Front Of Gymnastics Coach Bela Karolyi

So, Amelia isn't in the office today, because she's at the Olympic gymnastics trials! How cool is that? She'll be bringing us coverage from the trials in San Jose, CA, as the men's and women's Olympic teams are decided (go Alicia!). And as we've probably mentioned before, I'll be covering the Olympics from…
By: Julie Gerstein / June 27, 2012

Amelia Earhart Was The First Celeb Fashion Designer?

Before Amelia Earhart became famous for flying, she was all about the needle and thread it seems. What, you didn't know she was a fashion designer? OK, we weren't aware either, but you learn something new every day, right? Amelia learned how to sew as a young girl and made her own clothes while…
By: Bianca Posterli / November 4, 2009

Trailer Park: “Motherhood,” “Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant,” “Amelia,” “Astro Boy”

This week's movies—and really most movies in general, even in sometimes perverse ways—are about following your dreams, whether those dreams involve becoming a real boy like "Astro Boy," creating history like "Amelia," feeling significant as in "Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant," or finding that lost passion for your nonexistent career with "Motherhood." And if…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / October 23, 2009

“Amelia” Tells The Story Of The Legendary Aviatrix

Part of the reason my parents named me Amelia was in honor of Amelia Earhart, the female aviator. Earhart broke a bunch of aviation records and was the first woman to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross for becoming the first aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She was pronounced dead in 1939, a…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / July 31, 2009