Let's be honest; we all need a little cheering up right now. While tubs of ice cream and doggy cuddles can certainly help to put a smile on your face, there's nothing quite like settling down on the couch with a show that you used to know and love. But what if we told you that some of these old shows are getting a modern reboot? These old-school shows are being given a serious upgrade in 2021, and you're not going to want to miss them.
Flaunt the folds and cheer on the cellulite, your body is beautiful with every wrinkle and curve! Finally and thankfully, your favorite singers, athletes, and icons are putting an end to body shaming and speaking out on embracing all that comes with every inch of your body.
Tired of trying to be healthy but hating everything you make? You’re not alone! Long gone are the days of ordering a classic, plain bowl of lettuce as a side – as the green is here to stay and is taking over the center stage as the main entrée.
When the movie, Breakfast at Tiffany's was made, Tiffany & Co. was exclusively meant for jewelry shoppers and even Hepburn didn’t actually have breakfast in the high-end store. Since the opening of Blue Box Cafe on November 2017, Tiffany's has finally made it a possibility to have a sit-down breakfast at its luxury jewelry store and Hepburn fans can now emulate her in the best way possible. This modern culinary experience is an Instagrammers dream that you don’t want to miss out on if you’re planning a trip to NYC.
Scott Nash from Maryland was keen to put an end to consumerism, encouraging the population to throw away endless amounts of food each year. To do this the brave Scott Nash set himself the challenge of eating food that had gone past its sell-by date. Every single day. For an entire year.
Have you been meaning to walk your dog today, but are struggling to find the time? Saratoga Dog Walkers are here for you. This program is set up to get your canine companions strolling alongside several other pups, when you don’t have time to yourself. We all know the importance of keeping your four-legged friends regularly exercised, so this group may just be saving your dog’s life.
Move over Mickey D’s, it would seem there’s a new big name in the fast food industry, and it’s come to steal your title. As Irish burger chain Supermac’s reclaims the “Mac” trademark, we investigate whether this means the future of McDonald’s is in jeopardy.
When Harry Met Sally is one of the most iconic romantic comedies of the 1980s. This love story taught us a thing or two about men and women maintaining a friendship without any expectations. Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal come together to celebrate the film's 30 year debut. Popular Everything takes a look at why this monumental movie makes us believe in true love.
We are still in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic. And a lot of responsible people are still wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Science has determined that wearing masks can help prevent transmission of the virus. But there might be also be some hidden freedoms that come with mask wearing. Whether it's sparing you from getting into trouble for bad breath or helping you stay faceless, a world of people wearing masks might have benefits that go beyond the medical ones.
When billionaire Ken Griffin paid $238million dollars for a penthouse suite in 2019, he had made the largest ever purchase for a home in the United States. The apartment (if you can still call it that) is located in a residential skyscraper that sits right beside New York City's Central Park. But Ken's particular lot sits right above everyone else, looking down into the park from 950 feet. It's one of the tallest buildings in the city, making it highly exclusive and sought after. Basically, it's like living in the ultimate vacation resort.