Jessica Bloustein Marshall
Joined: Apr 12, 2013
Jessica Bloustein Marshall is a writer, editor and multimedia producer. Her work can be found on MTV News, Newsweek, Guideposts and NPR. In her spare time, she likes to figure skate, eat ice cream and look at photos of baby animals.
Have you been watching the figure skating competition at the Olympics and wondering what the heck is going on? Why isn't anyone getting 6.0 scores any more? And why did the guy who fell on a quadruple salchow still win over guys that didn't fall at all?
Tales of scandal, impropriety, and calumny—they're as old as the sport of figure skating itself. Here are a few of the most memorable.
There is a lot more to Cinco de Mayo, the annual springtime celebration of Hispanic heritage and culture in the United States, than the many margarita-soaked festivities that ensue all over the nation.
Here are a few women of (bank)note who made history.
Know the difference.
Show your crush you care on Ṥmigus-Dyngus Day. Splash them with water and spank them with pussy willow reeds.
Good sportsmen (and women) play by the rules. Even the rules you've never heard of.
The golden years of tennis balls can be filled with purpose.
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Oklahoma City holds the dubious distinction of being the unofficial Tornado Capital of the United States. The U.S. city and its suburbs have endured more tornados than any other city—100 since 1890, as far back as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administ
We know you’re just itching to know all about some of history’s nastiest viruses and the horrifying diseases they cause in humans.