Frida Kahlo News
New 'delicioso' postage stamps dedicated to Latino cuisine
From the kitchen table to the mail, the U.S. Postal Service is recognizing the influence of Latino foods and flavors on American cuisine with the release of a new series of stamps
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Pens Note to Girl Who Dressed Up as Her for Superhero Day
An 8-year-old girl who dressed as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for her school’s superhero day last month received a handwritten note from Ginsburg with a special message. “You look just like me,” Ginsburg, 83, wrote to Michele Threefoot, a third-grader, on Supreme Court stationery.
Take a Look Inside the Smithsonian's Art Archive
Inside the "Fort Knox of the Art World" ABC's Serena Marshall gets a look inside the Smithsonian's Art Archive, a collection of everyday items from extraordinary people
Smithsonian Exhibits Personal Items of Artists Jackson Pollock and Frida Kahlo
ABC News' Serena Marshall takes us behind the scenes at the Smithsonian Institution.
5 Things to Know About Gina Rodriguez
She's been called the next big thing, and now, after her Golden Globes win, everyone seems to be talking about Gina Rodriguez. The star of CW's surprise hit, "Jane the Virgin," about a young, devout woman who discovers that she was accidentally, artificially inseminated, brought many to tears when
One Direction Beats Daniel Radcliffe to Top of UK Young Rich List
Good afternoon I'm Dan Butler and here the top four stories but an on line. Right now. Coming in at number four what direction has ominous thing about the pop mega stars are officially. The richest UK stars under the age of thirty. Together guys raked in nearly 125. Billion dollars this year. But
Madonna Writes About Being Raped, Life's Tough Lessons
New York City wasn’t kind to Madonna before she became a pop icon, the star revealed in a frank essay in which she also discussed being raped at knifepoint. In the Oct. 4 essay titled “Truth or Dare,” the 55-year-old wrote in Harper’s Bazaar magazine...
Cultural Appropriation Out, Cultural Reclamation In at Fashion Week
And so, this marks the end of New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014. While there were some clothing lines we loved, like the modern queer aesthetic of the unconventionally masculine collection by Marimacho , there were also some significant cultural appropriation faux pas. Specifically, cholo
Vice Editors Ax Suicide Fashion Spread in Uproar Over Taste
Vice , an online magazine known for its provocative take on the world, just unpublished a fashion photo spread called, "Last Words," which had images of models reenacting some of literature's most famous suicides. The portraits, which appeared online Monday, drew sharp condemnation from suicide
Frida Kahlo Fashion Exhibit Opens in Mexico City
Frida Kahlo's dresses and other personal belongings on display at the Casa Azul in Mexico City.