Wonder Woman officially hits theaters today, and the reaction to the film has been overwhelmingly positive. It has left many people feeling inspired and empowered—especially women.
Because of that and because the world can always use more wonder women, a group I’m in called the Legion of Women Writers thought we’d do a fundraiser to send 70 girls from Girls Inc of NYC to see Wonder Woman. Our initial goal was $1200, which would cover the costs of holding the screening. We thought that’s where the campaign would end, but something really amazing has happened. In one day, the fundraiser earned 3 times the goal! [click to continue…]
The latest installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise hits theaters May 26th and I, ever the optimist, settled in at a press screening with a box of Red Vines and zero expectations.
If you plan to see Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, my suggestion is that you go in much the same way (your choice of snack notwithstanding). Mild spoilers follow. [click to continue…]
Whether you’re new to Star Wars fandom or you’ve been a die-hard fan since 1977, one of the great upsides of the new Star Wars films, books, and television series is the bounty of information they contain. If you’re looking for a good reference guide for all things Star Wars, DK Publishing’s Star Wars: The Visual Encyclopedia is both gorgeous and super informative. [click to continue…]
It’s never to early to get kids involved in science, tech, engineering and math. To that end, Amazon has started a subscription service called STEM Club that delivers a science, tech, engineering, or math toy from “top trusted brands” once a month (please let one of the toys be those cool crystal building kits).
The boxes are made for ages 3-4, 5-7, 8-13 and cost $19.99 monthly with free shipping. The service is currently available in the US only.
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