So for me summer is over. I wrapped it up with some pretty amazing new finds. I re-discovered Harlem, and fell in love with its history through fashion again.
Appreciation from the President of the United States is one of the highest honors any American can receive. No, it wasn't me, but the best part is that it was one of our students.
You might want to stand up for this: Sitting will kill you. You might say, "Joanne, that's old news. Where were you a few months ago when that was first reported?" My real answer is, "Sitting on my couch eating Thin Mints."
The "Harlem Shake" has made it to seemingly every corner of the world, including the realm of men's viral underwear videos! We've compiled our ten favorite "Harlem Shake" videos for you, which you won't be surprised feature tons of underwear.
The Tunisian Harlem Shake incident comes on the verge of an unprecedented political crisis in this country.
I don't want to smell like Brad Pitt. He gets paid for saying he likes Chanel No. 5, I don't.
It's time to retire the inundation of all these hackneyed "Harlem Shake" videos. The viral trend was clever for about three days, but with this weekend's "Saturday Night Live" and NASA entries, the fad has quickly faded.
Last week, however, Colorado College made national headlines after a video shot by members of the school's ultimate Frisbee club triggered a Federal Aviation Administration investigation. And what was so controversial about the video that it drew the FAA's ire, you ask?
The dances in Harlem Shake videos may be considered raunchy by some, but they're hardly "obscene." They're harmless, filmed in good fun. It's difficult to understand why school administrators are coming down so hard on these kids for this high-spirited and non-disruptive behavior.
Dear Mr. Rubio, I was touched by last week's TMZ feature in which you spoke with wistful nostalgia about 2Pac's legacy while riding the escalator at Reagan National Airport.
If you still have not heard of the Harlem Shake you must be living in a cave. Much has been written about the rapid and global spread of this catchy internet meme, yet little is understood about how it spread.
Besides from the fact that they are world champions -- in addition to the mind-blowing basketball they currently play -- the Miami Heat represent the utmost example of how our city continues to shine brightly as we progressively evolve into the 21st century.
While many do not see the harm in the "new" Harlem Shake internet meme, here are five reasons why Harlem doesn't want you to shake.
Unless you've been hiding from technology for the last few weeks, you're probably aware of the Harlem Shake phenomenon. As of today, over 125,000 videos came back when I searched Harlem Shake on YouTube. It seems everywhere I turn, there's another version popping up.
There are only two rules for the Harlem Shake: 1) one person dances around, ignored, usually with a funny mask on, for 15 seconds followed by 2) chaos. No rules. A dense comic book page teeming with vignettes, or people repetitively doing one very random, spasmodic motion.
The Crimson Tide was ready to Harlem Shake -- but then the police showed up and shut down a student's music video.