There's no such thing as too many adorable puppies. Prepare yourself for cuteness overload!
There's no such thing as too many adorable puppies. Prepare yourself for cuteness overload!
This adorable golden retriever puppy is terrified of vacuum
How could you paw-sibly resist these great captions?
Some might call us over-eager, but we’re already gearing up to have a totally fun and relaxing summer. Hey, let’s be honest, we deserve it after spending such a long time indoors. Of course, that means that we’re dreaming of the days where we’ll be sipping a yummy margarita poolside, or simply just taking a […]
My inner Sharpay Evans is squealing. POV: You're packing for your trip to le beach and gathering up all the necessities, which include a towel, sunscreen, sunglasses, water (and/or a boozy bev), and snacks. Obviously, any type of beach accessory needs to be picture-ready—so not only did I put together a list of high-quality beach umbrellas, but I also made sure they were ones that'd match all sorts of styles and ~vibes~ (i.e., very much Instagram-worthy).
Who knew old fishing nets could make such pretty designs?! Now that summer is almost upon us (side note: can you believe that Memorial Day weekend is next month?!), you might have the urge to start browsing for a cute new suit. There are tons of swim brands that not only offer gorgeous styles, but also make use of recycled fabrics.
Believe it or not, swimsuit season is already here, which means it’s time to stock up on some summer fashion staples. While brands like Universal Standard, Torrid, and Anthropologie have made shopping for plus-size clothing much easier, finding plus-size swimsuit cover-ups—especially ones that are fashion-forward—in a wide range of prints and textures can still be tricky. This boho chic caftan ticks all the boxes: It's easy, elegant, and effortless.
Nothing beats the feeling of enjoying a sunny spring day in a cute and comfortable dress. For my casual outings, I always go for clothes that are relaxed in fit yet look put-together enough to be styled for dressier occasions. It's also a must that they don't restrict my movements, and I like to pair them with flats I can walk in all day.
The royal baby photos just keep coming!
It may have started with Among Us and Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but let’s be real, we all care a little bit more about Star Dew Valley (and maybe even Call of Duty) than we probs did before. This UBOTIE multi-colored keyboard is an affordable computer accessory that doubles as gorgeous decor.
This New Zealand adventure dog walker gives these pups a little slice of paradise Rainbows over beaches and puppies galore
A stylish new top paired with knee-length shorts or a flattering slip skirt is a failsafe look for easing into the sunny season. Whether you're drawn to trendy floral prints, frilled details or timeless styles you can wear over and over, cute tops can help ring in a new season (while impressing your friends at the next social hang). Now imagine an irresistible assortment that ranges from revealing fitted tops to silky camisoles; outfit planning just got über-exciting, right?
For the last episode of In The Know's Plant Week, Christopher Griffin simplified the process of repotting your plants.
The kids have the cute factor covered. You can go a different route.
While washing your towels after every three uses and giving them a vinegar treatment will typically keep 'em fresh, if they're discolored, it's time to pony up for new ones. No matter how cute they are or how perfectly they pair with your LBD, if your heels hurt so much that you avoid wearing them—or worse, wear them and have to hobble all day—add your kicks to the donation pile.
After an unsuccessful 2020 presidential campaign, entrepreneur Andrew Yang has set his sights on becoming mayor of New York City. And while the mayoral field is a crowded one, Yang has gained undeniable popularity, for better or worse, in part due to a slew of questionable, at best, tweets. But in the wake of the last disastrous four years overshadowed by a president who was able to ride his outrageous tweets all the way to the White House, Yang’s tweets aren’t just comically foolish: They’re dangerous. Sure, making fun of the clearly out-of-touch millionaire can be a source of reprieve after a year of police brutality protests and COVID-related lockdowns. On Jan. 15, Yang professed his admiration for New York City bodegas, tweeting, “New York City loves its bodegas! The 14,000 bodegas are vital to our city – let’s support them and keep them open.” The problem? The tweet was accompanied by a video of Yang walking through a store akin to a Whole Foods or Walgreens rather than a neighborhood bodega. On Feb. 13, in a full-on Michael-Scott-proudly-labeling-nationwide-chain-Sbarro-his-favorite-NYC-pizza-place move, Yang tweeted, “Does Shake Shack still count as an NY restaurant? My boys say yes.” And on March 1, Yang tweeted a picture of himself taking the A train to the Bronx. The problem? The A line doesn’t go to the Bronx. Then, of course, there was his now-infamous tweet on #NationalPetsDay. In a move that would only make sense to somebody who tweets about his wife on National Wife Appreciation Day (yes, it’s a thing), Yang tweeted, “On #NationalPetsDay celebrating our dog Grizzly who we raised as a puppy but had to give away because one of our boys became allergic to him. Miss you Grizz! #dogsforyang.” The tweet immediately sparked backlash regarding the morality of rehoming a pet. But the real problem with Yang potentially becoming the next mayor of New York City is not his questionable social media presence, but some of his actual policies — and how easy it has been to overlook his problematic stances in favor of a good, old-fashioned public roasting. For example, in February 2020, when Yang was still a candidate for president, he called abortion a tragedy and said, “I think we have to get back to the point where no one is suggesting that we be celebrating an abortion at any point in the pregnancy” during a presidential forum hosted by reproductive rights organizations. This came at a time when the right to abortion is under direct attack, and a historic number of states are introducing legislation that would ban the procedure outright. And, it came at a time when one out of every four women will have an abortion in their lifetime, as well as many trans men and nonbinary people. Yang is also arguably the most anti-teacher union mayoral candidate, at one point blaming teacher unions — which have fought to make sure teachers stayed safe during the pandemic — for the slow re-introduction of in-person school during COVID-19. Studies have shown that children are key to the spread of COVID-19, and, as of April 6, 919 teachers have died from complications related to coronavirus. On top of this, Yang has advocated for increased policing of New York City street vendors, the majority of whom are women of color, military veterans, and low-income immigrant workers. “You know what I hear over and over again – that NYC is not enforcing rules against unlicensed street vendors. I’m for increasing licenses but we would do more for the retailers who are paying rent and trying to survive,” Yang tweeted on April 11. “I’d like to bring more unlicensed vendors into the legal market. Education for immigrant/non English speaking vendors on rules of vending, opening more spaces for legal outdoor vending working with small businesses to broker tensions all would help.” The nation faces a long-awaited reckoning on police brutality against Black and brown people, studies have shown increased police presence doesn’t lead to less crime, and street vendors have already been forced to endure decades of police harassment — so, to put it mildly, this is not a good idea. Yang would be an awful New York City mayor not just because of his terrible tweets, his lack of expertise as a politician, or his inability to understand New Yorkers who have spent the last year in lockdown as a result of the pandemic. (“We live in a two-bedroom apartment in Manhattan,” Yang told The New York Times in 2020. “And so, like, can you imagine trying to have two kids in virtual school in a two-bedroom apartment, and then trying to work yourself?” He later moved his family from the city to a four-bedroom second house in New Paltz, NY.) He would chiefly be awful because of his abortion-shaming, anti-union, pro-policing ideologies that are in no way in keeping with the future of the Democratic Party nor the needs of the vast majority of Americans. The fact that he is seemingly using his incendiary tweets to avoid necessary scrutiny is just another red flag — and a terrifying reminder of another self-serving entrepreneur-turned-politician who used social media to ascend to power. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The Police Are The ProblemAbolishing The Hyde Amendment Is Just The StartYou're About To Hear A Lot More About "Ghost Guns"
I'm not crying, you are.
The Avengers may have found their newest member.
Kim posed for a picture with North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.
After a hard year of letters, numbers and making friends — not to mention hand-sanitizing, masks and zoom — preschool graduation has finally arrived, and kindergarten is just around the corner. This year more than any other, the end of pre-k deserves to be celebrated with a great preschool graduation gift. If you're stumped as to what to buy your little student come preschool graduation, we’ve thought of a few ideas, from cute crafts and on-topic storybooks to educational toys (including STEM toys) and summer must-haves.
Nope, race day isn't cancelled.