Emerald Catron has written for Asylum, Lemondrop, MyDaily and Daily Fill. She is one half of rap duo Dem Shortybooz and is a comedic performer around NYC. Follow her on Twitter @emeraldcatron
70 Years Later, Class of 1943 Is Finally Having Their Prom
It took some time (quite a bit of time, actually), but the New Haven Hillhouse High School class of 1943 will finally be having prom this Sunday.
Prom-Bound Seniors Stop Limo to Save Car Crash Victims
A group of teens had a legendary prom night, for a rather unusual reason. They didn't set a new high school keg stand record -- they stopped on the way to the dance to rescue some people who were in a car accident.
Naked Painting of Bea Arthur Selling for $2 Million
Maybe 'Airheads' is your favorite movie. Maybe you really loved 'Maude' and 'The Golden Girls.' Or maybe you just love oil paintings of nude older ladies. If any of these are true, and you've got at least $2 million to spare, this painting of Bea Arthur (note: she didn't actually pose for the painti…
20 Awesomely Creative Business Cards You Won’t Throw Out
We know -- business cards? Even though nearly everything is done in the digital realm, they are still a thing. A thing we usually throw in the bin straightaway. We would gladly let these cards clutter up our desk, though. They're creative enough to warrant existing, and probably actually earn t…
16 Reasons Why Moms Are Awesome
Why are moms awesome? Here are (just a few) reasons why moms are awesome.
Amazing Poster Sends Secret Message to Help Abused Children
ANAR, a Spanish organization that helps at-risk children, found an interesting way to target only the people who needed their services, without their parents finding out they wanted to get help -- a lenticular photo.
See a Homeless Man’s Reaction to Receiving $3,000
A few months ago, YouTube comedy channel Whatever 2ND struck gold when they filmed a homeless man do a pretty ridiculous trick with his mustache. The video went viral, and today it has over 1.7 million views.
Principal Got Rid of Security Guards and Then Something Unbelievable Happened
Where most people saw a "drop out factory" and "career killer," Andrew Bott saw a school with potential.