“Goldieblox is out to get girls building! We need more girls in engineering and STEM fields…GoldieBlox creates toys and media that inspires girls to do just that. By tapping into girls’ strong verbal skills, their story + construction set bolsters confidence in spatial skills while giving young inventors the tools they need to build and create amazing things.
It’s rare for a small start-up to branch out into animation, but with a mission that matters, this tiny, wildly passionate creative team pulled it off! Our girls are so important and they need heroes and stories that show them they can do anything.
In the world premier of GoldieBlox’s first ever animated music video we show that it’s okay to fail, and that failure is a huge part of any great success.
Back when I still had ED, I would order steamed dumplings. They give you six dumplings, so I would eat three and be “stuffed” and save the other three for lunch (or dinner if I skipped lunch) the next day.
After picking up aerial and then body building, it forced me to accept that ED was working against me. Currently, I eat two orders of steamed dumplings in one sitting.
Aerial and body building didn’t just become a hobby for me. It changed my life. Fuck, I love steamed dumplings.
And perhaps no weight would quell European arrogance, but splendor sent their minds into predictable paths. Let them think her a simple Eastern noblewoman hungry for trinkets and admiration. Let them think they could map out the movement of her gears. For now.
In The Seashore Issue, Robert Sietsema and photographer Liz Barclay took down approximately 170 Long Island clams—raw, chowdered, fried, steamed, stuffed, bisqued, and pizza-ed—in 24 hours. There are, shockingly, still some clams left on Long Island, and in case you’re heading there this long weekend, here’s the full list of places they hit up:
The most iconic sign designed by Artkraft Strauss :: The smoke-billowing sign for Camel cigarettes featured a man holding a cigarette, his mouth producing gargantuan smoke rings. The circles were actually steam pumped from the Con Ed building’s heating system. [Times Square, NYC, ca. 1950]