As a girl who loves a good superhero film, I wish more than anything that I had more female characters to look up to. Not women that are sexy and flexible, and are the love interests, but women who are strong, brave and just as tough as the male superheroes.
Hard to say what was more inexplicable: that much ado was made about reality star Kim Kardashian popping up on the cover of Rolling Stone, or that even more ado was made over Sinead O'Connor's Facebook post criticizing the event.
Cory's concepts and goals for The Showroom are ever evolving. "I want this space to mirror the internet," he says, referring to injecting technology and tech aspects to exhibits to facilitate the viewer with readily accessible and instant behind-the-piece access.
Watching Jenner's presentation at the ESPY's awards ceremony, I was not only struck by her moving speech, but also by her surroundings. I did not overlook the platform at which she was spreading awareness for the LGBTQ community -- on ESPN, accepting one of the highest awards for a athlete.
Tamara Jacobs knows what she's talking about when it comes to moving ahead in the business world. When Fortune 500 companies like Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Bayer, Merck, Novartis, Revlon, and others need advice with their branding and image, they call Tamara.
I've always wanted to be one of the Kardashians. I often dreamed of the fame, fortune and beauty until I realized how f***ed up their family is.
It's time for a more inclusive and compassionate society where we lift others up rather than diminish them. Even one suicide is too many and we can and should all be a part of the solution.
Now E! News has confirmed that their reality show starlet is dating the rapper. What do you think of the pairing?
The moment mainstream media respectfully recognizes, acknowledges and represents the source, purpose, and most importantly the people behind different cultures, rather than reduce it to just costumes or hot trends, is the moment we can begin to define "cultural exchange."
If you're like most of the world and can't help but keep up with Kardashians (whether that be because you actually watch their shows or can't block them out of your newsfeed), you've heard the recent news of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's split.
Millennials are big on communication and DIY projects. While some say they are self-centered, or even self-obsessed, others point to their tendency for group-think and communitarian leanings.
Jenner is stunning in everything from a sleek black bodycon dress to sequined top, and a multicolored mini.
American teens are really unhappy. They report experiencing as much or more stress than adults, while feeling less supported at home. So, where did the happy childhood go? Was it just a myth? Or is the new American Dream partially to blame for its demise?
Literally is supposed to mean "literally." It now mean "figuratively." Although this phenomenon started many decades ago, LBL believes that only recently has the word "figuratively" finally given up the fight and slunk back to wherever it originally came from.
To that NPR listener, and anyone else who faults Kim Kardashian as "what's wrong with America" I say you're the one who's wrong. This is a smart woman and a savvy entrepreneur. To me, a business owner, she's everything that's right about America.
I attended Kim Kardashian West Live at the Castro Theater In San Francisco on June 30th. She was signing her book, Selfish and was interviewed by Judge LaDoris Cordell outgoing San Jose Police Independent Auditor. Here are 10 things I learned.