Meet Kacy Catanzaro. She is being called one of the top athletes in the world.
This former Division 1 Gymnast competed on Monday’s American Ninja Warrior and became the first female to complete the city final course. (I don’t know if you watch the show, but that is a big f-ing deal.)
Kacy stands at 5 feet weighs 100 pounds, but don’t let her size or sex fool you.
“We are seeing one of the greatest competitors — man … Keep Reading!!!
Jenny Lewis’ song “Just One of the Guys” is a slow, melancholy tune about aging as a woman. Super serious, right? Well don’t worry. Lewis got three of her famous friends together to silly-up a sober topic.
Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway and Brie Larson join Lewis as part of her girl band in the music video. They drop their sleek white suits later on for tacky sweatsuits and facial hair, all while tearing up about their biological clocks. (Btw: is … Keep Reading!!!
Listen to the call:
Australian model and DJ Ruby Rose recently debuted Break Free, a short film about the fluidity of gender roles, Trans, and an identity that deviates from what society deems as “normal.”
Rose, who stars in the short, appears at the beginning as classically stunning woman. I initially thought I was watching an ad for an expensive French perfume or foreign cosmetic line. However, within two minutes the film took a surprising turn.
“Everyone is trying to hide their faults from each other when we all have it.” – Colbie Caillat
Singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat was in the studio with Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds working on her latest album Gypsy, when she opened up to him about social and industry pressure to be something she is not.
Edmonds encourage Caillat to write about her own experience – anything from feeling the pressure to be thin and be “ready” all the time, to her mother’s … Keep Reading!!!
Brett Domino delivered a quick guide for making platinum hits last week. It did not disappoint!
This week Brett is back with How to Make a Hit Pop Song, Pt. 2 – “advanced techniques. I nearly fell off my chair.
Nicholas Winton was responsible for the rescue and safe passage to Britain of 669 Czechoslovakian children destined for the Nazi death camps.
Most of his efforts remained unknown, up until 1988, when Winton’s wife found a scrapbook dating back to 1939 with a complete list of the children’s names and photos.
In a BBC Programme “That’s Life” which aired in 1988, Winton is surprised by a reunion with the children that he rescued.
The last time that Winton saw each … Keep Reading!!!
Why is Yahoo Answers awesome?
Because you can ask questions like this:
And you’ll actually receive answers!
Like this person, who seems totally in sync with the poster’s choice of ambiguous wording:
Or the person, who may not be as understand the question, but then countered with an additional question to gather more helpful information:
This person also seemed curious of the original poster’s state of mind…but still offered up their best answer:
This person offered up … Keep Reading!!!
“I felt like I cared for her.”
You probably first saw the photo series Touching Strangers when the project went viral on the internet a few months ago.
The series, created by photographer Richard Renaldi, is clearly very visually striking. However, I was most moved by this short documentary which interviews Renaldi and some of his subjects.
Most of us have probably studied the Declaration of Independence in school. Some of us may have even memorized it. Yet, many of you may not know the backstory of men behind the the Second Continental Congress.
A little-known fact (or maybe it is well-known and schools just omit this part) is that in order to get all of the colonies to agree on this document, every reference to slavery had to be deleted.
Historian Kenneth C. Davis who created … Keep Reading!!!
Meet the 26-year-old burn victim who challenging the world’s perception of beauty.
All around the world, women’s interest magazines are typically covered by someone who represents the standard of beauty in that area.
The Australian Women’s Weekly has decided that for the month of July that woman should be Turia Pitt.
Three years ago, Pitt was a beautiful, athletic, young mining engineer who took on an ultra-marathon in Western Australia. She was tragically caught in a raging bushfire during the … Keep Reading!!!