On August 25, 100 men showed up in suits at the Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School in Hartford to greet each and every student on their way into class. The men’s mission: to prove wrong the ugly stereotype that men of color across the nation are absent, that they do little to benefit the community. More
Who needs Bond?
The trailer for Idris Elba’s new movie, Beast of No Nation, might make you acutely anxious, but it’s designed to. Helmed by Cary Fukunaga, it follows the path of a young child soldier and will be Netflix’s first feature-length original film.
The trailer isn’t the only thing that’s intense: during filming, Elba nearly fell off a cliff and Fukunaga caught malaria. So there’s that!
Anne Hathaway, at 32, is old.
A charming, well-groomed star attended the premiere of the film Legend in London Thursday, stealing the hearts of all who saw him.
Woodstock Hardy—who goes by “Woody,” according to Entertainment Weekly—walked the blue carpet with his guest, human actor Tom Hardy, of Mad Max: Fury Road.
One elementary school just became a little more inclusive.
One Kentucky couple just had a very good Friday.
James Yates and William Smith Jr. were granted a marriage license in Rowan County on Friday morning. They’re the first couple in the county to be granted a license since the SCOTUS ruling in June.
When a sheep doesn’t have someone to shear his wool, the wool keeps growing. When a sheep runs away from his flock and spends five or six years on the lam, he looks like this. More
He’s called “Britain’s worst boxer.” And when you lose 52 in a row, yeah, you probably deserve that title. More
A man stood in protest near Hillsboro High School Monday morning holding a neon green poster board emblazoned with the words, “Girls right’s matter” [sic].
He was part of a 150-person walkout organized to object to a transgender student using the girl’s locker room, according to the Washington Post.
I love my mom, but she’s incredibly needy. She still lives in the town I grew up in, in Connecticut, and I live a few hundred miles away, but sometimes she calls me multiple times a day. If I don’t pick up a couple times in a row, she lays a guilt trip on me. We were talking the other day, and she said she was thinking about moving closer to me. Honestly, the only thing that keeps our relationship intact is the sanity that those few hundred miles of distance gives me. What do I tell her? I’m not sure how serious she is about this “plan,” but even the thought of it is giving me heart palpitations.