Sports

Meghan Markle Flew in to Support Serena Williams at the U.S Open Proving Royalty Always Sticks Together

While Meghan Markle and Serena Williams are both pop royalty in their own fields, the Royal Duchess and the tennis champ, Serena Williams are also the cutest BFF's. So, when Serena competed for the crown in the 2019 US Open, Meghan flew to cheer her pal on in the cutest possible way. So let's take a look inside the cutest cheerleading moments in their empowering friendship, and see why all eyes were on Meghan during that legendary match.
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Entertainment

The Most Memorable Award Show Moments That Will be Trending Until the End of Time

Award show ceremonies may be prestigious and follow a tradition, but it turns out, they're not nearly as mundane as you might think! Over the years, some of the most notable A-listers have stepped out to do the unexpected at these events, which have in turn gone viral and will forever go down in history. Here's our line up of the most memorable highlights from award shows over the years.
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History

First Woman to Officially Run The Boston Marathon Heads Back to the Track 50 Years Later

Kathrine Switzer is a hero of the women’s rights movement. In 1967 she completed the Boston marathon which, at the time, was forbidden to women. The exclusion of her gender was not enough to keep her off the track and today she is a symbol of woman strength. Switzer serves as a role model for all female athletes that are told they’re just not good enough.
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Lifestyle

Trending: #Minimalism. Joy of Missing Out?

We’re all a victim to the marketing of “millennial minimalism”. We’ve witnessed its rise through social media; Instagram posts of bleached white bedspreads and plant pots on empty surfaces. While minimalism is nothing new, it's hard to deny its surge in popularity among millennials. These days more and more of us are resisting the culture of overconsumption. Read about the first steps you can take to deculttering your life, from avoiding consumer traps to owning with more intention.
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Around the World

A Look Inside the Revolutionary Kenyan Village Where Women Rule

Deep in the heart of Kenya, there's a radical village where women are in charge, and men are banned. The Umoja village has established itself as a safe haven for women subjected to unjust treatment, such as violence and forced marriage. Unfortunately, assault is not uncommon with 95% of women in Samburu being at risk of domestic violence. Read about this extraordinary safe haven for Kenyan women, founded in 1990 by 15 survivors of abuse.
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History

Puma vs. Adidas: The Most Epic Family Feud in Business History

Today, Puma and Adidas are still two of the most successful sports apparel and footwear name brands that exist worldwide. What most people don't know, however, is that these two leading companies, worn both by professional players and amateur athletes alike, began as a result of an epic family feud. Brothers, Adolf and Rudolf Dassler once worked side by side, making their shoe business dreams come true together. However, a sibling miscommunication soon changed everything and Puma and Adidas were born.
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Sports

The Colorful Reason Why Lithuanians Are Grateful for the Grateful Dead

The Grateful Dead and the Lithuanian basketball team are probably one of the best collaborations in both music and sports history. No one could forget the 1962 Centennial Olympic Games when Grateful Dead fans and Lithuanian basketball fans wore the same colors. Although a memorable moment, not many know the heartwarming origin behind this occurrence. If you're a sucker for an underdog story, this one is for you.
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