From the Editor's Desk Visa Survey Shows Americans Who Eat Lunch Out Spend $936 Per Year: Men outspend women on a weekly basis by 44% A survey by Visa shows that Americans go out to eat for lunch, an average of nearly twice a week and spend $10 per outing.... Read more →

'Weiner-gate' Twitter, online media scandal

Editor's note: Do people, especially politicians and other public figures, truly think that information (inappropriate photos) they send across the internet via Twitter, Facebook, texting or email is truly private? The topic of conversation now appears to be, "Is sexting or online 'affairs' truly considered infidelity?" What are your thoughts?... Read more →

By Guest Blogger Robbi Hess In the face of full disclosure, let me start this post by saying I am addicted and more than a little bit obsessive compulsive when it comes to using lip balm. My lip balm of choice for several years had been Chapstick's Botanical Berry Shimmer,... Read more →

Today, I have a great offer for someone in the NY area. I was contacted by this Off-Broadway marketing firm about Play Dead - a show for those who want to add some excitement to their the form of a scary show that gets your blood boiling - my... Read more →

If you have kids, know kids, live in a community with kids, don't like kids, or are even remotely interested in America’s future workforce and global competitiveness (see why you should care about education reform), check out this film. It's heart-warming plus chock-full of interesting facts. I watched with my mouth hanging open, scribbling statistics in the dark on a pad of paper I discovered in my purse while rifling for tissues. Here are those unedited scribbles: Read more →

By Amanda Ponzar This past weekend, I was actually glad to live in the Washington, DC area. Not because of the traffic (it took me 1.5 hours to go four miles to work this week), but because it made it easier to attend Jon Stewart’s Rally to Restore Sanity (or... Read more →

6 Funniest News Reporter Bloopers

News reporters are almost always perfect with their pace, wording and pronunciation. But, they do occasionally slip up. And sometimes when they do, they mess up bad (see second video below). While it's bad news for them, it's good news for us, because it's hilarious! There are many funny news... Read more →