Joined: Aug 11, 2013
Erika Wolf is a writer, reporter and hopeless pop-culture junkie. She’s written for various magazines and newspapers across the country, and is a recent graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. When she’s not writing or researching odd facts, she enjoys road tripping, yoga and Netflix marathons.
Just because you’ve mastered the art of not looking like an uncultured, uncouth slob in your own country doesn’t mean those skills translate to the rest of the world.
“Girl Groups” is one of those musical genres that’s difficult to define, but that has been incredibly influential on pop music as a whole throughout the decades.
Ahhh, the marriage proposal. Never has a tradition been surrounded by so much anxiety, planning, and the potential to be embarrassing and, well, even downright cringe-worthy.
Although they’ve never been taken too seriously, boy bands have been a force ever since The Beatles took the stage on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' and the world witnessed female "hysteria" at its best.
If you grew up in the '90s, you probably remember the Tamagotchi, the egg-shaped keychain toy that beeped, ate, and pooped.
Tired of wasting food? Make the most of your grocery haul with these 10 creative ways to repurpose your food scraps.
If you're missing some pantry staples, check out these 30 quick substitutions for common cooking ingredients.
Tired of throwing out too much food and spending money on ingredients you don't get to eat? Check out these 10 simple ways to reduce food waste.
What's in a name? A lot if you're a popular music band. So imagine if Radiohead was still On A Friday? Or Ozzy Osbourne was still performing under the name of his mother’s favorite talcum powder? The stories behind these groups’ original names are curious
In 1994, Mariah Carey surprised everyone (including herself) with “All I Want for Christmas is You,” a song that would quickly become a Christmas classic. Now, 25 years after its release, the song has finally become a number 1 hit.
We all know about the typical American Christmas trappings—Santa, the tree, fruitcake, etc. But what about traditions elsewhere in the world that might seem a little strange?
Have a penchant for skulls, specimens, or maybe some human-hair jewelry? We’ve got a place for you!