If you want to give your baby a name that transcends this decade, make sure it doesn’t start with Ad-, end with –ley, contain the letter ‘x,’ or honor a dead celebrity.
Ava Morrison-Bell is an 11-year-old from the UK with a whole lot of moxie.
Morrison-Bell was asked to fill out a form for school with questions for students about their teachers. One asked how teachers can do better.
Jeff Goldblum was almost Siri and we are shook about it.
Kym Whitley has one of those faces that feels like home. See her pop up in a TV show or movie, and you’re instantly reminded of the greatest hits from her career, which spans 25 years and counting thanks to “The Parkers,” “The Cleveland Show,” “Next Friday,” “Deliver Us From Eva,” the OWN docuseries “Raising Whitley,” and the many other titles worthy of the Kym Whitley canon.
Sadly, another “Bachelor” couple has ended their engagement.
The artistry of Solange Knowles has become an indelible part of contemporary reflections on black womanhood. In a recent essay for Teen Vogue, Solange blesses us with some insight on how she developed into the regal being she is today.
This is what American families look like.
People across the interwebs are tweeting photos of their Asian-American families using the hashtags #MyAsianAmericanFamily and #MyAANHPIFamily. The photos serve as an important reminder of our Asian roots in the U.S.
Latinx graduates are giving us a major case of the feels for a second year in a row.
As the class of 2017 celebrates the end of a chapter, dozens of Latino students have used Instagram to give a shoutout to their hard work, heritage, parents and persistence via some incredibly crafty and inspiring graduation caps.
It’s been months since “The Handmaid’s Tale” wrapped filming, and Yvonne Strahovski still can’t get Serena Joy out of her head.
On Tuesday, the recently divorced Bourdain and Argento made their relationship Instagram official with his-and-her versions of the same pic on their personal accounts.
Vladimir Putin, an authoritarian president who is more concerned with consolidating his own power over Russia than addressing the country’s shocking track record of human rights violations, can play the piano.
Snoring became a problem for Obediya Jones-Darrell, a 38-year-old artist and acupuncturist in Vancouver, Canada, in college.
“I would spend long hours on campus studying in the library. I would fall asleep, and then wake up from hearing a loud noise,” he says.