Martha Stewart’s Life Is Getting the Musical Treatment, Because of Course — Pop Culture

After giving the lives of Anna Wintour and Andy Cohen the Broadway treatment, Ryan Raftery is slated to take on Martha Stewart in a play this summer in New York City. Titled The Rise and Fall (and Rise) of Martha Stewart, the third installment of the "Titans of Media" trilogy reportedly took nine months of research and preparation.


Troll Cakes Turn Cyberbullying into a Sweet Treat — Pop Culture

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The bitter words of an internet troll can be tough to swallow, but a New York City baker is trying to change that.

Kat Thek, founder of bakery and detective agency Troll Cakes, has made a business of baking cakes featuring the words of an internet troll. Customers simply provide an address and the quote and leave the rest to Thek, who bakes a cake, writes the comment using frosting or fondant, and mails it to the intended verbal cyberbully. For $35 you can deliver sweet revenge.


Words of Joy: On Ice Cream and Cardio — Make More Good

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We're not the best at math (unless it's figuring out how many cups of chocolate chips need to go into a batter: all of them!), but this is one mathematical diagram we not only understand, but also 100 percent agree with. It's basically more true than the idea that 1 + 1 = 2.


Help These Women Find a “Generic Father Figure” for Their Backyard BBQ — Father’s Day

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Father's Day is coming up and if you, like so many others, are looking for a way to celebrate the awesome fathers (and father figures) in your life, you might want to go for the barbecue idea. After all, what says "Father's Day" more than dad at the grill wearing a "kiss the cook" apron, cracking open an ice-cold beer, and grilling up tons of burgers, beers, and brats?

That's just what a group of would-be Father's Day BBQ-ers in Spokane, Washington think. Except they need a dad to fulfill that iconic role. Although all members of the group can operate a grill, Father's Day cookouts require so much more than that, don't they? They really require that All-American, quintessential dad. Even if it's not your dad, such an affair requires a Dad with a capital D.

Enter: Craigslist.


No, Chocolate Milk Does Not Come from Brown Cows — Food News

Do you know where chocolate milk comes from? The seemingly insulting question is a valid query, as a good chunk of people are supposedly in the dark about where chocolate milk is sourced from. (Spoiler alert: It's not brown cows.)


The Food Words Americans Can’t Spell, According to Google — Food News

When you don't know how to spell a word, one of the fastest ways to verify the spelling is to hit up Google for a quick search. Now, Google is using your search data to reveal what words Americans are struggling to spell — just in time for National Spelling Bee week.

Google shared America's most misspelled words on Twitter with a color map showing what residents of each state struggle with the most. Ironically, the map misspelled the word "ninety" with "nintey."


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