Last week Japanese pop star Minami Minegishi, 20, one of the members of the popular girl group AKB48, shaved her head and filmed a tearful apology video to fans (since made private) after she was caught leaving her boyfriend's house on the morning of January 17th. One of the rules of the supergroup, which features 90…
In this week's TV roundup, a touching goodbye on Mad Men, a rousing speech on Game of Thrones, the Roots get a shout out and here's a taste of True Blood Season 5.
The results of our Millennial Survey are in, and it appears millennial folks did get a bit more praise growing up than crotchety Olds. Also, everyone thinks kids today suck — including kids.
Trend pieces on the troubles and triumphs of millennials are a dime a dozen these days, and they've started to sound kind of similar — the participation awards, the feelings of entitlement, the special-snowflake-ness. To shake things up a bit, we've decided to ask you what it was like to grow up millennial — or not.
I wish my grandmother could see my baby cousin, and meet my fiance. I wish she could enjoy Michelle Obama's clothes. But most of all, I wish my grandmother had lived to enjoy texting. Allow me to explain:
It made news when KMart reinstated what the Washington Post terms "that financial relic of the past," layaway. Because, as Real Housewife Kim would say (and she would!), "that's not cute."
According to the World Health Organization, suicide rates have increased by 60 percent in the last 45 years, with depression — shockingly — as the leading cause. Recently, the numbers have jumped sharply in the U.S., and the trend — a .7% rise in six years — is driven largely by an unexpected group: middle-aged white…