#WCW: Ada Lovelace

Ada Lovelace, neé Augusta Ada King-Noel, Countess of Lovelace was an English mathematician chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage’s mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. She was the only legitimate child of the famous romantic poet Lord Byron, who left shortly after she


Collaboration: Women in Sports

We moved to Alabama in the middle of the 5th grade year. Being the new kid is always awkward but being the new kid without a football alliance can be confusing. “Alright, everyone line up.  Auburn fans over here and Alabama fans over here!” our


Interview: Hannah Thomas

You may remember Hannah from her stellar performance at the I Am The F-Bomb LIVE! event at Saturn last month.  She’s since released a new album that I wanted to shine some well deserved light on.  Find out more about Hannah and her process below


In the News with Amy

Interview with Valerie Steele, Director and chief curator of the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology These guys just learned what it feels like to be a woman in Congress Lesbians ‘sheltered in place’ and created a subculture of their own Finally there’s a


Bombs Away: Hemingway Daiquiri

Hemingway Daiquiri Rum is one of my favorite spirits, and late summer is a perfect time to introduce a variation on a classic drink. The Hemingway Daiquiri is my go to rum drink. It’s refreshing, balanced, and has no added sugar, y’all! About the spirits:


Interview: Anna Thomical

Birmingham’s fXmmXs fatales project is something we should all know about.  With three days of shows at three different venues this weekend and a calendar for sale that will benefit two local nonprofits, let us find out more about this project and upcoming event.  I Am


#WCW: Pat McGrath

I have always crushed hard on makeup artist extraordinaire Pat McGrath. Her flawless application of powders, liners, lashes and lip to palettes both here and abroad is stunning. Her style is divine: think late nineties London theatre glam with a dash of alt-modern sophistication.  


Let’s Talk About Makeup

This piece is inspired by the incredibly talented and insanely beautiful Alicia Keys and her recent #nomakeup movement. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the #nomakeup movement, here’s some backstory: Back in May, Alicia wrote an essay for the blog Lenny entitled “Time