The actual coffee added to the batter amplifies the mocha flavor and elevates this cake from “good” to exceptional, so please for the love of cocoa do not skip it.
Plus updates on Why Women Kill, Grand Hotel, and BH 90210!
Let’s recap the highlights and lowlights for each candidate and talk about what we mean when we bring up “civility.”
Topics include BH90210, the cost of Amazon’s next-day delivery, Joe Exotic’s giant tiger zoo, Marianne Williamson, college admissions, lesbian bars, working at Trump Soho and more!
Have you caught up on A Black Lady Sketch Show yet? If not, why are you robbing yourself of joy?
When back to school season comes around, what can you not resist buying? What school supplies make your heart go aflutter? Come hang out in the Friday Open Thread and tell me everything!
Orphan Black’s story continues in a new medium, jumping in right away with updates about Cosima and Delphine.
“I went out last night with another Rachel…it wasn’t super awkward until she told me her ex’s name is Rachel.”
The best tops. Sorry not sorry.
You may be wondering, do I really have to communicate directly about EVERYTHING? In short… yes! Well okay, in slightly longer: almost always yes.
A lot has been written about first dates — but what about the second date? The third? Beyond?
Eight excellent fantasy novels with trans main characters coming your way!
Let’s celebrate Evan Rachel Wood’s birthday, AZMarie’s brunch, Amber Heard’s U-Haul, Keke Palmer’s Playboy shoot, King Princess’s glove lunch and Megan Rapinoe’s Marie Claire cover story!
In the middle of a winter night in 1973, while the residents of a small island fishing town in Iceland slept peacefully in their beds, a crack opened up in a flat patch of farmland and began spewing fire.
Also: Gillian Anderson falls in love with her characters, more on Brandi Carlile and The Highwomen, Kristen Stewart blesses Robert Pattinson’s Batman, Evan Rachel Wood meets a basically human robot IRL, the joy of ’90s erotic thrillers, and more!
Queer women’s television has grown significantly in recent years. Still, we’ve watched our best continue to be sidelined by a straight white male majority that won’t pay attention to queer stories, women’s stories, stories about people of color. Well, no more my friends!
The “Are You The One?” finale was a fitting end to the best season of reality TV in the history of civilization, and everybody came out to party about it.
“I believe that stepping in front of a camera is one of the most vulnerable things you can do, and so I want everyone who allows me the honor of photographing them to feel celebrated and seen and loved.”
In which Paige’s perfect match is trying to get her to watch The L Word for the first time.