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Hocus Pocus 2, a Cartoon Cafe, and Other Rabbit Holes

Bad news is there is evidence that essential oils cause seizures. Good news is “though every day use of oils has generally been considered safe for the average person.” (Academic Times)

Is this beekeeper an actual sorcerer? (Nerdist)

There is a cafe in Seoul, South Korea called Greem Cafe that looks like a cartoon and I cannot stop looking at the photos. (Architectural Digest)

These dogs are all of us once we’re fully vaxxed and ready to party. (TikTok)

America seems to have a new girlfriend and it’s Kathryn Hahn. I’d never heard of her 2013 film Afternoon Delight but the description is literally my life so I’m in. (Plex)

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Bring it On is returning with a Halloween spinoff. I’m both excited and very confused as to what that means exactly but yes please. (The Mary Sue)

I cannot believe how hard this teen girl band The Linda Lindas rocks. Check out this clip of their concert dedicated to some racist kid and “all the other racist, sexist boys in the world.” (Twitter)

And then watch them shred the place with Amy Poehler’s blessing:

Google is opening a retail store in New York this summer and I look forward to asking all my embarrassing questions to Google in person. (Or is that not how it works?) (Engadget)

Angelina Jolie is back being a badass bitch. Here’s a review of Those Who Wish Me Dead. (Geeks of Color)

I mean this with all my heart and soul: This is the greatest movie news. Hocus Pocus 2 is coming out Fall of 2022. Can someone put me in a coma until then? (Pajiba)

Winner for best movie at The MTV Movie Awards was To All the Boys: Always and Forever and it’s a much bigger deal than you think. (Lainey Gossip)

This hilarious piece is packed with great advice to teens throughout history. “If you go out tonight, please take a pigeon with you. If you’re captured by Egyptian pyramid builders, we’ll want to have another kid ASAP.” (New Yorker)

These are some valid points regarding the 26-foot-tall Marilyn Monroe statue that is attracting all the pervs. (Jezebel)

I will never ever be cool enough to pull off these incredible Asian street styles. But by all means, you should try. (Buzzfeed)

I normally don’t mess with a classic brownie recipe. But I’ll make an exception for green Matcha brownies. (TikTok)

This promo with Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney for their new FX show Welcome to Wrexham looks more than promising. I’m in. Take my money.

Stop annoying everyone with your Bitcoin questions or how to pronounce Dogecoin. Check out the Cryptocurrency for Beginners podcast and enjoy being pretentious at dinner parties. (Plex)

Luxury fashion brands are now luring us in through video games. They should lure us in by being more affordable. (Wired)

I have a lot of succulents and they’re all dying a slow horrible death. Hopefully I can apply these hacks and save them. (Lifehacker)

Olivia Rodrigo is all the rage in music and I want in on the action. (Plex)

Chef Orly (not me, another Orly–I wish, though) has this amazing Pastrami boureka recipe that is not that hard but looks fancy as hell and I will 100% lie to my guests and say it was. (Instagram)

Happy Towel Day to those who celebrate. (The Portalist)

I hate that I will probably watch the Friends reunion even though I don’t want to. (CNN)

May 20th was World Bee Day and in true Angelina Jolie fashion she got covered in them for 18 minutes for a photo shoot to raise awareness. (Page Six)

Lego is releasing an LGBTQ set just in time for Pride month. (Boing Boing)

Has cracking eggs been such a challenge for people that they need this gadget? (TikTok)

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Orly Minazad is freelance writer and regrets it every day of her life. She moved to the States from Iran in 1991 with her family seeking better opportunities only to waste them earning a Masters in Professional Writing degree from USC which no longer exists, cost a lot of money and for which she has nothing to show. No, she is not bitter at all. Why do you ask? Oh you didn't, ok. She lives with her husband and son in Los Angeles where she spends the day loading and unloading the dishwasher.

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