In celebration of spring in all its beauty and glory, here are some things you cannot do because of allergy season.
I’ve officially completed 28* full years of existence (*This number is dependent on your stance on when life begins. For most, it’s the moment you first heard Beyoncé, Destiny’s Child included). I wrote this list when I was still innocent and fearful of accidentally becoming a member of the 27 club through some fatal combination […]
Alas, Parks & Recreation is over, but the infinite wisdom from the most royal of queens lives on in gif form. I speak of the ever stylish and awesome, Donna Meagle. This week in ladymags, let’s see what Donna would (probably) have to say about about some top articles from InStyle.
It’s Women’s History Month! Yay! It’s also been just a week since the ending of one of the best shows in the last ten years, Parks and Recreation. Boo! I figured what better way to celebrate two of my favorite things than making a playlist for Ms. Leslie Knope?
Who doesn’t love a good musical interlude?
This just in: Ladyblogland wrote some great stuff this week.
Two episodes of Parks and Rec aired last week, two episodes aired this past Thursday, and now it’s off again until the spring. Everyone got that? Also, what kind of dog are you? Or are you a cat?
Good: Community returns Jan 2, 2014. Bad: Parks and Rec is on hiatus, sort of.
In light of the news that Parks and Rec may or may not be on a hiatus depending on who you talk to (Vulture says yes; Dreamboat and my future Husband Adam Scott says it’s not a hiatus), and that Kanye West got engaged to himself over the weekend, and since we all know about […]
Stay for the feminism but leave for the weird misogyny.
I debated, but the Night Vale joke won over the Mystery Science Theater 3000 joke: “They come in twos. You come in twos. You and you. Kill your double.”
Everyone tries to listen to their gut feelings.
Thanks for joining me for Season 6 of Parks and Recreation! I look forward to discussing this show with you.
The new fall TV season is upon us, and TeamCritique is making sure they’re well stocked in watchin’ snacks and batteries for the remote.
With school starting and Labor Day weekend already gone by, it can mean only one glorious thing. The fall TV season is coming. Before, fall TV season used to be a much more anticipated event than it is now. With shows like Breaking Bad having summer runs, networks no longer put up crap in the […]