Feeling confused, lost, or in need of guidance? Look not to the stars in the sky, my friends, but to those on your TV and movie screens, and see which of the women in the world of late ’80s four-woman ensemble TV should be your inspiration this week. Read More Pop Culture Horoscope: Four-Woman Ensemble TV Edition
As I mentioned last week, I went on a quick jaunt to New York City. I lived there for grad school, and then went back six months later for an internship. I hadn’t been back since I left for good more than a year ago, so when one of my NYC friends invited me to her wedding, I knew I had to go back, not only to see everyone, but to soak up the city again. Read More How Long Will Sex and the City Stay Relevant?
Welcome to another fantastic week at Persephone Magazine! If you’re new, we’re so happy you found us! And if you’ve been around, thanks for sticking around! We love our readers and commenters. And to start us off this week in TDG, I just want to say “¦ thank you for being a friend. Read More The Daily Goodie – 3/28
Legendary comic actor Leslie Nielson died on Sunday at 84, from complications related to pneumonia. After the cut, a look at some of his most memorable roles and the timeless quotability they provided. Read More RIP Leslie Nielson
In spite of the sad title, this little treat is easier than making a pan of marshmallow cereal bars when you need a little something sweet and nostalgic. They only take five minutes, they’re horrible for you and they’re delicious. I save these for special occasions, like Golden Girls or Little House on the Prairie marathons. Read More Peanut Butter Marshmallow Treats for One