It is women’s history month and what better way to honor the past by naming the future? The following 15 female names reflect
"Always like your own Facebook status. At least then you have one Like."
We caught up with Amelia to find out more about her incredible story, what inspires her, how her son feels about her blogging
As usual, there is a generous infusion of celebrity influence, from the royal realm, show biz and sports. Amelia, for example
On May 8, 2010, the world premiere of Daron Aric Hagen's opera Amelia, to a libretto by Gardner McFall, took place at the Seattle Opera.
"My goal is to help the people of North America open their senses to the arts of India - film, painting, theatre, literature
We are over 50% of the population; we buy 50% of the tickets. We want to see movies by and about women, as well as movies by and about men. I'm not asking for special treatment, just decent.
We may love our Mad Men on television. But increasingly our society is moving beyond "the problem that has no name," as Betty Friedan once famously put it.
the latest role for Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank is portraying aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart in the aptly titled Amelia.
I hardly knew anything about Earhart before seeing Amelia -- and I didn't feel like I knew much more when I left.
Fortunately, Amelia's place in American fashion survives and we can see some of her original designs today. She had a style and elegance that went beyond flight clothing.
No matter what Nikki Finke and the critics try to tell you, This Is It, now the highest-grossing concert film of all time in just five days, enjoyed a rock-solid debut,
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Among the styles recently returned from the dead are micro minis, skinny belts, jumpsuits, platform shoes -- and, now, just in time for Fox Searchlight's Amelia -- the Amelia Earhart look.
WATCH: Hilary Swank chopped her hair and thinned her eyebrows to play the legendary aviatrix, Richard Gere plays her husband