I recently read an editorial in the Asbury Park Press on 5 reasons why millennials like me can't handle marriage anymore, including crippling finances, social media, and 'virtually non-existant sex.'
And I couldn't help but think it was a complete crock.
26-year-old Mallory Musallam has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of herself and at least 100 other current and former interns of the The Late Show with David Letterman.
The suit, against Letterman's production company and also CBS, the network that airs the show, asks for payment (minimum wage) plus overtime pay for the four months she spent working as an unpaid intern (plus interest, attor
Like many, I see obnoxious, annoying, or generally ridiculous things on my Facebook newsfeed everyday.
I normally ignore them, or if it's consistent, I'll simply hide that person's posts, so I don't have to see it anymore. But one person's recent post struck a nerve.
We are hearing more and more everyday about the increasing heroin epidemic here at the Jersey Shore. The problem is no longer relegated to inner cities, or even local towns with a bad rap like Asbury Park.
No, this problem is widespread, and it's targeting our friends, our families, our neighbors, and co-workers. And it's ruining the lives of people at younger and younger ages. And I am trying to
Remember back in May when Abercrombie & Fitch faced a ton of backlash because of their controversial stance against fat and/or 'uncool' shoppers?
It seems they got the message, as they've made a very surprising announcement.