Move over, Harrison Ford. These eight women are the new faces of archaeology. (But we’ll still use your GIF-worthy face for humor purposes.)
Some heroines’ major problems include choosing between two supernatural hotties and being “quietly beautiful.” But for How to Build A Girl’s Johanna Morrigan, growing up is a little more A Series of Unfortunate Events than Twilight. So she decides to adopt a pseudonym, start collaging, and conjure up a whole new girl.
Behold, the eclectic influences behind Dolly Wilde, sex-goddess-in-training:
Party of one over here. Excerpted from Caitlin Moran’s new novel, How to Build a Girl.
Proud owner of 14 prestigious college football programs, producing seven consecutive national championships, twelve NFL first round draft choices, and a budget that crushes the GDP of Samoa, the Southeastern Conference collects the most coveted ratings, rankings, and revenue of any conference in college football. Here are nine of the craziest things in SEC history.
Maybe it’s time to read between the lines.
David McCullough, Jr. is best known for his now-famous commencement speech “You Are Not Special.” Here are ten quotations every grad must read from You Are Not Special, an extension of his original speech.
Because only a real man can wear one.
They can’t all be Frozen.
In today’s working world, professionals are judged on presence as well as on performance. If you want to show that you’re “leadership material,” here are ten things you definitely don’t want to wear to work.
Internationally bestselling novelist and American icon Tom Robbins is a literary legend. Here are nine crazy-true stories of his wild life and times from Tibetan Peach Pie.
Because every man has potential.
Bourbon whiskey is the American experience, distilled, aged, and sealed in a bottle.
Mommy blogger Karen Alpert would know: she wrote the book (I Heart My Little A-Holes).
Whet your appetite with these culinary scenes from the book Fictitious Dishes.
From Ted Bell, seven things you probably didn’t know about 007.
This St. Patrick’s Day, be inspired by the inimitable Mr. Wilde.
A guide for optimum consumption of Deceiving Lies and Forgiving Lies.
The Silver Linings Playbook author Matthew Quick’s latest novel, The Good Luck of Right Now, follows a troubled man searching for inner peace—his story told in his letters to the spirit of Richard Gere. Here, why Gere would make a top-notch pen pal/spiritual guide.
When it comes to wedding etiquette, who knows better than the Emily Post Institute?