New Orleans might have felt a little safer on the weekend of Jan 6th-8th as superheroes and television heroes alike converged on the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
These photos were taken on January 21, 2017 at the Women's March in New Orleans, where approximately 12,500 people took to the streets demonstrating on behalf of not only women, but on behalf of the disabled, of immigrants, of black lives, of Muslims, of LGBT
Everyone would agree that life can be a struggle, but it's immeasurably more difficult to navigate for someone suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder.
Minutes before Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, Netflix released the latest teaser for the fifth season of its premier hit, House of Cards.
It’s no surprise that President Trump’s impending rule is terrifying to a ton of people. More than half of the voting population of the United States voted for someone else, yet somehow he still gets to take that prestigious seat in the White House. Here’s a
The best thing about any new year is the promise of the excellent music that is sure to be bestowed upon us in the next 12 months. 2017 promises to produce some high profile albums and might even keep up with 2016 as far as
Planned Parenthood has seen a 900% increase in women seeking contraceptive devices since Trump won the election. Here's how women plan to fight back.
In a country that’s clearly rich with history and culture, and produces some of the world’s most envy-inducing Instagrammed islands, need there be more reason to hightail it to Greece? Read on for just a few of the reasons that make visiting this Central European