Who remembers the Tunnel of Fudge cake from the '60s? No matter how hard of times, people still must do one thing: eat cake. Take a walk down memory lane and check out the cake that was most popular the
Be prepared. And smug. If you're anything like us, you probably like to read the book before seeing the movie. This year, as usual, Hollywood is adapting a slew of books—fiction and nonfiction—into films.
Weird & Wild Scientists are discovering more mutated fish, possibly due to genetic abnormalities from overfishing. Two-headed sharks may sound like a figment of the big screen, but they exist—and more
I've covered shortcuts for Finder, iTunes, Safari and Spotlight. Here are ten shortcuts for general Mac use that didn't fit in any of the above apps. 1. Command-Q to quit If you are coming to Mac after
History West of Eden by Jean Stein ￼A selective, sly history of studio-era Hollywood by a film mogul’s daughter. One of the best books ever written about the movies. Jonathan Cape, £20 The Romanovs by
This August, my husband and I will be celebrating 35 years of marriage. Yes, we even did it all wrong. I was truly a child bride. Our engagement picture; I was 18. What is real is that we are "happily
Who better to take book advice from than a librarian? In a recent blog post, the librarians of the New York Public Library revealed the books they're most thankful for. The NYPL team rounded up the 19
Tim was a psycho soccer dad. As I stood beside the pitch all those winter Saturdays in Canberra, the frozen grass crunching underfoot, the chill wind belting through my ski jacket, I heard stories about
I don’t like being bothered or bossed around. I hated that anyone, for any reason, could interrupt my life, and I could interrupt my life just the same The phone rings: it’s my friend checking to see I
The 'Uncle Dad Syndrome': When Divorced Dads Act Like Carefree Uncles and Why Their Kids Feel Cheated
The "Uncle Dad Syndrome" is not just about indulging the kids. It's the entire personality of this dad and how he parents. Some people call them "Disneyland Dads." I call them "Uncle Dads" -- divorced
As 2015 draws to a close, the Vox staff is once again sharing the best books we read in the past 12 months. Some of them were published a long time ago, others just earlier this year. They all have one
"Like -- or love -- does not happen in any specific timeframe." As part of our Blended Family Friday series, each week we spotlight stepfamilies to learn how they've worked to bring their kids together.
We all know about rainbow cakes, but have you ever seen one created just for the holidays? This red and green version is not just dyed festive colors — it’s inspired by the classic Italian rainbow cookie!
Walk into any home decorating store and before you know it, you’re walking out with $50 (at least) worth of holiday decor. How does that even happen? Elves probably. If you’ve put yourself on a decorating
Most of the time, kids don't choose to have a stepparent. If you choose wisely, however, they may be grateful to you in the future for doing so. By Dr. Diana Weiss-Wisdom for Divorce Magazine Here are
People love to debate about the best age to get married. But when it comes to the actual wedding planning, how different is it between a 20- and 30-something? We rounded up some former brides (all married
This article originally appeared on Slutever.com. When you're in a serious, long-term relationship, the terms "boyfriend" and "girlfriend" can begin to feel a bit juvenile, or at least insufficient for
Love won't conquer all. Suzanne Erickson's divorce was finalized in 2014. Looking back, she realizes the 12-year marriage was rocky from the start. Below, Erickson writes a letter to the hopeful 24-year-old