Independence Day Around the World

With us singing “Happy Birthday” to America next week, I thought it’d be fun to take a look at how some of the other countries around the world celebrate their Independence. But before we do, lets take a quick look at the USA’s festivities. Independence Day is celebrated on July 4 in the United States […]

School Lunch Program Rules are Changing

The new U.S. Agriculture Secretary, Sonny Perdue, announced that there would be some changes to the National School Lunch Program. This is a program that offers free and discounted lunch for schoolchildren and was strongly supported by the Obama family. The program standards that are being undone were put forth by former First Lady, Michele […]

This Summer’s Total Solar Eclipse

Mark your calendars, Glitter Girls. And get your sparkly pink eclipse glasses ready. A total solar eclipse is coming this summer, and we couldn’t be more excited. The eclipse will be visible from the entire continental United States. Here are a few facts to add to your level of excitement: It’s been 38 years since […]

Our 5 Favorite Live-Action Disney Remakes and What’s Disney Working on Next?

With the new live-action Beauty and the Beast movie sweeping through theaters and breaking records across the world, we had to take a moment and appreciate the wonder of Disney magic. In this film, Disney reimagined their own 1991 classic animated film in live action. Here’s 5 other live-action Disney films based on Disney movies that […]

National Puppy Day

Ready for your daily “Awwwww!”? Its National Puppy Day, and the internet is going crazy with photos of the cuteness. Lovers of the four-legged furballs are posting pics all over today. But today is not just about cuteness overload. Its actually celebrated for a very good cause. Its a day to help save orphaned puppies […]

Shine On: Interview with Chelsea Chiu

California Girl, Chelsea Chiu, is kinda on fire. She was seen acting recently on an episode of Nickelodeon’s Game Changers, and works as a professional singer performing during games for the Lakers, the LA Kings, and others. We caught up with the globe-trotting rising talent to gab about singing on stage, acting, and life without pizza (😱). Basic […]

The Women’s March Around the World

The world first heard about the Women’s March on Washington back in November. Back then, it was understood that the organized protest was going to be a direct response to the gender inequalities against females many feared we would face under the leader of Donald Trump. But what occurred yesterday was the largest inaugural protest in history. It was so large, in fact, that […]

5 Unique Ways for Kids to Make Money

I don’t know about you, but the holidays have me paying very close attention to my piggy bank. I usually make gifts for everyone, but even just getting the supplies can be pricey. An allowance only goes so far! Here are some ideas on ways that you can earn some extra money: Become a neighborhood […]

Fire Sweeps Through Tennessee

More than 14,000 people were forced to leave their homes in Tennessee this week as wildfires burned more than 17,000 acres. Almost 1,000 structures have been destroyed and 3,000 customers have no power as of Friday evening. Strong winds helped the wildfire spread quickly to the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, in Tennessee. It blazed through the […]