21 Things I Learned from 131 Years of Ladies' Home Journal

Ladies' Home Journal was launched in 1883 by the Philadelphia-based Curtis Publishing Group; over its lifetime, it straddled three centuries. But it's a monthly publication no more—the staff has been gutted and it'll survive as nothing more than a "special interest publication" sold only on newsstands. I.e., a ghost. » 8/21/14 2:40pm 8/21/14 2:40pm

TV Execs Said Meredith Grey's Casual Sex Was Unlikable and Unrealistic

In a fantastic interview with NPR's Renee Montagne, Shonda Rhimes discussed what's to come on Scandal — but also went back to the beginning of her television legacy. Rhimes said she thinks female characters on television don't have to be likable anymore and reveals that when Grey's Anatomy first started, ABC… » 11/07/13 4:59pm 11/07/13 4:59pm