It is women’s history month and what better way to honor the past by naming the future? The following 15 female names reflect three hundred years o...
This article was written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich for Brightly. Since the first “International Women’s Day” in 1911, the co...
Early in my career as a Pan Am stewardess, I transferred in 1968 from the Miami base to San Francisco. I wanted to experience the incredible Pacific f...
As I plan a trip for Europe this coming summer with a friend, I see how much fun "adventuring" can be. Of course, I am no match for women who have scaled mountains or traveled to the, literally, ends of the Earth.
We at BabyNames.com see a great influence of millennials on baby naming trends as evidenced by the rising popularity of computer-related names and the years the source material was popular.
Maya Angelou was an acclaimed author, poet, dancer, actress, singer, producer and activist. One of the lessons that we can learn from her life is the importance of saying "Yes". She discovered who she was and along the way by saying yes to various opportunities. "If I'm asked, 'Can you do this?' I think, if I don't do it, it'll be ten years before another black woman is asked to do it. And I say, 'Yes, yes, when do you want it?"
On July 11, 2015, the Grandby/Grand County Airport (Colorado) was dedicated as the Emily Warner Field in recognition of the groundbreaking accomplishments of National Women's Hall of Fame Inductee Emily Howell Warner.
In Amelia Earhart's Last Photo Shoot by Nicole Swinford, Swinford points to some possible answers as to why Earhart and Noonan lost communication and disappeared on their round-the-world flight in 1937.
Born in Wichita, Kansas, Hattie McDaniel became the first African-American to win an Oscar for her portrayal of Mammy in the classic 1939 movie Gone with the Wind.
These conversations also are great opportunities to introduce your daughter to other cool role models -- who might share attributes of the women she already admires.
Snapshots of Dangerous Women is another collection of period pics from estate sales and flea markets, this time presented as a mock photo album with thick album pages and rough-cut page edges.
Did you know that Amelia Earhart designed her own clothes? I can't tell you how much I am cheered by this fact.
When K.V. Switzer filled out her application to run the Boston Marathon, she wasn't being secretive; that was how Kathrine Switzer signed her name. The first woman to run the Marathon, she had help in fending off the race official who tried to remove her.
Crooked River, Valerie Geary's debut novel, is a coming-of-age-story, a ghost story, and a literary tale of psychological suspense told in the alternating voices of 15-year-old Sam and her 10-year-old sister Ollie.
All of TIGHAR artifacts can be quite easily proven to be nothing to do with Amelia Earhart, which is unsurprising considering that their theory makes no logical sense. Earhart's radio messages from just before she disappeared show clearly that she was in the general vicinity of her destination.
What I truly want in a woman is a connection with her so unique that we're the only two people that can share it.