Sistah, sistahhhh. Never knew how much I missed ya.
Yas, yas and more yas.
“They’re rebooting all the other shows, it would be nice to see a show with women of color."
Tia Mowry of Sister, Sister fame has never been shy about speaking her mind about women's issues, so when people started commenting on her body on Instagram, she had a few things to say about it.
Houston also shared the photo on his Instagram with the caption, "Visited one of my favorite women in the world." Regina
Style & Beauty
While we'll never stop loving the matchy-matchy looks Tia and her twin sister Tamera Mowry-Housley served up each week, we're
TV & Film
Twenty years ago today, Tia and Tamera Mowry burst onto our screens with their unforgettably kooky hats and their madcap
This year, like most people, we made some resolutions, and we broke some resolutions. But we're still on track with one: to use 2014 to re-evaluate what really matters.
TV & Film
Sister, sister ... we're gonna miss ya! Earlier this week, it was announced that the reality series "Tia & Tamera" would
Tia Mowry just posted possibly the most quintessentially '90s photo, ever. That is, in order from left to right, Clarissa
Tamera Mowry, who gave birth to son Aden two months ago, echoes her sister's sentiments. The two kindred spirits, both former
Tia Mowry, actress and star of 'Tia and Tamera', talks with HuffPost Live host Nancy Redd about her sister Tamera's post-partum depression and their own baby blues.
Just two days after giving birth to her first child, reality star Tamera Mowry is ready to share pictures of her baby boy
Sister, Sister no more? Tia Mowry shows off a new hairdo that's giving her a decidedly different look than her famously identical
Attending the same school as your sister allows for a unique camaraderie that is best explained through funny anecdotes, so here goes.
"One thing I have learned about being a mom is that you give life to a child... but I think children also give life to you. I think it's reciprocal."
We've both learned the lesson od sharing as little kids -- so why is it so hard, then, as sisters in high school, to share things with each other?
In this edition of "Favorite Things," we will talk about the movies that have made us laugh, cry and wish our lives were a movie. First up is our all-time favorite movie, Bridesmaids.