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Dating With Science: Force Boys To Fall In Love With You, Using Your Eyeballs

By Jon_SkindzierJune 30, 2015
Welcome back to Dating With Science! This column has covered many topics over the years, such as dating, and science, but one that comes up a lot is eyeballs, and looking into them, which we will henceforth refer to as "eye contact." Although we've touched on it before, we More  →
Dating With Science: Force Boys To Fall In Love With You, Using Your Eyeballs

This Vine of Ian McKellan & Derek Jacobi Celebrating the Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage Is EVERYTHING

By AddisonJune 30, 2015
For as long as we have been smuggling Cheetos as our school lunches, we have also been a part of history. From the rise of the Starbucks lovers, the perils of the Dressgate, the year of Let It Go and the epic breakdown of... More  →
This Vine of Ian McKellan & Derek Jacobi Celebrating the Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage Is EVERYTHING

We Turned Our Favorite Pop Stars into Disney Characters

By ziggykelsmanJune 30, 2015
IT'S YOUR LUCKY DAY, SPARKLERS (and not because it's not Friday the 13th, although that is true). It's your lucky day because we took the liberty to transform the heroes and villains of the pop charts into uncannily accurate Disney counterparts. Not to toot our own horn, More  →
We Turned Our Favorite Pop Stars into Disney Characters

CALLING ALL ASPIRING POETS: the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Contest Has BEGUN!

By AddisonJune 30, 2015
Now that it is officially summer, we imagine the Sparkleverse as a place brimming with potions, chocolate milk and of course, POETRY. If you've ever been embarrassed by your totally awesome poems and wanted to throw them off a cliff show them to the world, HERE... More  →
CALLING ALL ASPIRING POETS: the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Contest Has BEGUN!

Clumsy Nazgul, TARDIS Manicures, & Nerd Weddings: Tales from Denver Comic Con!

By Allison EmmJune 30, 2015
Comic Con season is here! To get you excited for whatever amazing event is going on in your neck of the woods, I thought I'd share some of the photo highlights from the Denver con I recently attended. I couldn't have asked for a better first con experience! I laughed, I crie More  →
Clumsy Nazgul, TARDIS Manicures, & Nerd Weddings: Tales from Denver Comic Con!
The "We Didn't See That" Review of <i>Lucy</i>

The "We Didn't See That" Review of Lucy

By Ashley Brooke RobertsJune 29, 2015
It was just announced that there will be a sequel to the 2014 Scarlett Johansson action flick Lucy. But what if you haven't seen the first one? Well, you could go buy the DVD or find it streaming somewhere. But that's awfully pedestrian. How about... More  →

Revel in 20 of the Greatest (& By Greatest, We Mean Worst) Email Sign-Offs OF ALL TIME

By Josh SorokachJune 29, 2015
Somebody needs to inform the puritanical traditionalists behind our cyber fare-thee-wells that variety is the spice of life. We completely understand the need to employ a modicum of digital etiquette, but our standard email conclusions—Sincerely, All the best, Thanks so much, Hope this helps, Fond regards,... More  →
Revel in 20 of the Greatest (& By Greatest, We Mean Worst) Email Sign-Offs OF ALL TIME

How to Date, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieJune 29, 2015
There are a lot of things you probably don't know about Shakespeare. For one thing, he invented crop tops. For another, he didn't believe that France existed.* But the thing you probably don't know the most about Shakespeare is that his #1 priority was EDUCATION in... More  →
How to Date, According to Shakespeare

A Carsick Person's Thoughts About American Landmarks

By Jason SaenzJune 29, 2015
When John Hancock signed the Declaration of Independence, he had no idea that the amber waves of grain between sea and other shining sea would eventually come to hold over 85,000 landmarks, or that Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston would end their fairytale relationship in... More  →
A Carsick Person's Thoughts About American Landmarks

Auntie SparkNotes: I Can't Stop Flirting with My Married Coworker

By kat_rosenfieldJune 26, 2015
Hi Auntie, I've been working in an office for 5 years with my mom and I'm the youngest there (I'm 19 now) and there's this guy who works there. He's never really made any attempts to talk to me one-on-one until starting about a month ago,... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: I Can't Stop Flirting with My Married Coworker