Happy Bey Day, everybody!
My babes, today is a day for celebration. On April 9, in the Year of Our Lord 2017, Kristen Stewart—our newly shorn, fuzzy-headed seductress—turns 27. And that, to me, seems reason enough to focus on how extremely hot and talented she is.
Please be informed that Doris Day’s long-form birth certificate has been unearthed and she is 95, not 93. Said Day in a statement, “I’ve always said that age is just a number and I have never paid much attention to birthdays, but it’s great to finally know how old I really am!” Decades since her Hollywood glory days…
In April of 1994, Nirvana frontman and grunge pioneer Kurt Cobain died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was 27 at his time of death. And though few things are as inexorable as time’s passing, it’s remarkable to think that today he would have celebrated his 50th birthday.
Happy birthday, Rihanna.
Last Thursday night, while at work in the State Capitol in Baton Rouge, Louisiana Senator Karen Carter Peterson noticed a birthday cake in the shape of a bikini clad torso. It had been baked, she learned, in honor of Representative Mark Abraham’s 63rd birthday. Nonetheless, Peterson was disgusted at the misogyny…
You’ve probably watched the video for Beyoncé’s “Hold Up” — the stunning masterpiece in which Our Lady Bey runs elegantly amok, wielding a baseball bat. But now you can watch it on YouTube without any hassle whatsoever.
Mae West was born on this day, in Brooklyn, in 1893. This is a great excuse to take yourself out somewhere saucy, throw a fur stole across your shoulder—faux is fine—and raise a glass of champagne.
How would you celebrate your 87th birthday? Splitting an enormous cake with your 47 grandchildren and great-grandchildren? A pottery class? Jack Daniels? For Janis Lefebre’s 87th birthday, her family bought her a ticket to go skydiving.
Angel-voiced singer-songwriter Emmylou Harris turns 69 today, so it’s fitting that we offer her a little tribute.
Sit down, my fellow children of the ‘90s. Today, rapper and leap year baby Ja Rule enters into the fifth decade of his life. But if the thought of Ja turning 40 makes you dizzy, take solace: according to the leap year schedule he’s merely 10.
Dolly Parton—that sugary sweet, tremendously talented, and heavily tattooed angel who fell to earth (either heaven or the Smokey Mountains)—turns 70 years old today so let’s pump up our hair (because the higher the hair, the closer to God), push out our tits, break out our favorite Dolly albums, and celebrate! It’s…
If you’re looking for a reason to binge on The Golden Girls, then your search is over. Throw yourself a party in honor of actress Betty White, who turns 94 today. And while you’re at it, take a moment to admire the luminous Golden Girl sitting pretty amongst the roses in 1964. An appropriate setting given the name of…
Diane Keaton, beloved actress and frequent wearer of hats, turns 70 years old today. And in those seven decades on this planet, she has worn several different kinds of hats—from black ones to white ones, and from bowlers to berets*. But which of those iconic head covers best represents you?
I can’t believe it’s Ted Cruz’s 45th birthday already! I feel like it was just yesterday that he was a lonely future dictator at Princeton.
Today, December 16, is the 240th anniversary of Jane Austen’s birth in the United Kingdom. You’ve probably heard of her? Let’s mark the day with something Austen wrote to her sister while apparently hungover.
It’s Bette Midler’s birthday! The actress/singer/songwriter/comedian/icon (who’s just an Oscar away from an EGOT) celebrated her 70th birthday Tuesday, and we’d like to honor her life’s work by sharing her 70 most iconic moments!
Happy Friday, everyone! Today we have an extra reason to love the best day of the week: it’s Angela Lansbury’s birthday! Yep, Queen Angela turns 90 years old today, and to celebrate, we’ve found 90 great photos of her.
Grayson Dobra, 2, celebrated his birthday this year with a theme party. The theme wasn’t Bob the Builder or whatever dumb shit two-year-olds like these days. Instead, it was organized around Dobra’s hero: New Orleans personal injury lawyer Morris Bart. This boy has his priorities straight.