Band fan-fiction is increasingly popular today. But just because something is "fanfic" doesn't mean that writers shouldn't try to perfect their craft as much as possible!
Are you a huge fan of The Who? If so, you can share your opinions on your favorite Who songs, albums, videos and more. Then, see how your opinions match against other fans'!
MasterChef is the cooking competition which has taken over the entire planet! Follow my recaps of Season of the U.S. edition of the series.
The Beatles are one of the most popular pop-rock bands in music history. Share your opinions on Beatles music here in this "ultimate" fan survey.
MasterChef has been a hit television sensation all around the world. Learn about the contestants from Season Three, which aired in the summer/fall of 2013 on the FOX Network.
FFN and AO3 are the two biggest fanfiction archives on the Internet today. Which one do you prefer? Let's take a closer look at the pros and cons of each.
It seems as though every year Weight Watchers changes something else about their plan! Here's a summary of what changed in 2012 - following the major shift to the PointsPlus system the year before.
Is it a man's world or a woman's world? Who has the bulk of the power in today's society?
Craft fairs can be a great place to make a little extra money - especially during the holiday season!
Fan fiction has become mainstream these days, no longer the "dirty little secret" of fandom communities and only available in print fanzines. But is fan fiction wrong, or harmless creative fun?
Do you find people who are "obsessed" about the subject of infertility annoying?
Grisaille is a classical oil painting technique involving color application over a grey scale underpainting. Learn more about the technique in this tutorial.
Verdaccio is a classical underpainting technique used traditionally in tempera and oil painting to produce better flesh tones.
Learn some of the "Secrets of the Old Masters" to improve your oil paintings!
In 2011 Weight Watchers went through a major revision of their Points plan, calling it now Points Plus. How does it work - and does it have serious flaws for some people?