Jennifer Lopez’s makeup-free Dubsmash is giving us life on HelloGiggles


This is pretty much how I handle sangria IRL

Meet the 9-year-old girl who’s building homes for the homeless
It’s not every day that you meet a 9-year-old who is worried about building homes for the homeless or feeding the hungry, but Hailey Fort is no regular 9-year-old little girl. At the age of 5, Hailey saw a homeless, hungry man named Edward on the street and asked her mother, Miranda, if they could buy him a sandwich. She did and the unlikely pair became friends, inspiring Hailey to befriend and help other people in circumstances similar to Edward's. In the four years since, Hailey has been selflessly helping others by finding shelter and offering food to those most in need. Recently, Hailey and Miranda decided to expand and formalize their efforts. They've begun building a series of mobile, individual shelters for people like Edward so, as Hailey told ABC News, "you don’t get rained on and you feel safe and stay dry. It just doesn’t seem right that there are homeless people,” Hailey told reporters, “I think everyone should have a place to live.” ...

I recently had the nifty opportunity to direct a short summer series for Ann Taylor LOFT and HelloGiggles! It was a blast to do, and it’s also my first collaboration with theashleyclements, whose work I’ve been a fan of since, oh, 2013. New episodes on Thursdays!

Best Summer Ever
a series for LOFT and HelloGiggles

written by Dani Oliver
directed by Yulin Kuang
produced by Jason Cooper & Tiffany Gray

Ashley Clements
Irene Choi
Hayley Huntley

shot by Zack Wallnau
production design by Jennifer Hwang


Dita is SUCH a good sport!

Lorelai : The poptart tasted like freedom, and rebellion and independence.

Rory: Wow. That’s some pop-tart. What flavor was that?

I LOVE GILMORE GIRLS. (But you didn’t need me to tell you that)

Follow me on social media @polsnr.

Think happy, think pudding!

Twitter just showered Misty Copeland with roses, because she’s #PrincipalMisty
It's been an amazing week for our favorite superstar ballerina and all-around awesome person, Misty Copeland. First, she made history as the only African-American dancer to take on the lead role of Odette/Odile in American Ballet Theatre's production of Swan Lake, one of the most important and well-known ballets in the company's repertoire. And she pulled it off. In a big way. Huge. But she didn't stop there, because after all, this is Misty Copeland we're talking about. As the ballet world's first crossover star since Mikhail Baryshnikov ,Misty's not just queen of the dance world, she's queen of EVERYTHING. She's become a role model and symbol of perseverance over poverty, body shaming and racial stereotypes. So naturally, making history once in a week wasn't enough. Six days later, our girl did it again. On Tuesday, Misty Copeland was promoted to principal dancer (the highest possible rank within a professional dance company) at American Ballet Theatre, ...