Wednesday’s links look at the adorable First Family and the Internet’s darker side.
Forget flowers and candy — name a bug after your loved one this February 14.
Don’t burn the box of keepsakes from failed relationships just yet. There’s a place for them in a Croatian art exhibit among other painful reminders of broken relationships and the bitter past.
Sure, heart-shaped baubles, boxes of chocolates and spa packages are nice – the first time. This year, why not do something unexpected and give your beloved a romantic gift that can be used even when February rolls into spring? …
Whether they’re morally against getting chocolates on Feb. 14 or simply bitter about an ex-boyfriend, anti-Valentine crusaders now have a home on Tumblr.
The Central Asian country has placed an unofficial ban of sorts on romantic-related events on February 14.
Nothing says romance more than going to a White Castle, right? Maybe for Harold and Kumar.
Grab some popcorn! NewsFeed’s Glen Levy brings you the movies you should check out (or avoid) this weekend.
Suddenly, Ken Carson is the comeback kid. He’s been everywhere lately.
A new report provides definitive evidence that those from minorities working in the restaurant industry earn less than their white counterparts.
“In our house we don’t take ourselves too seriously, and laughter is the best form of unity, I think, in a marriage.”
– MICHELLE OBAMA talking about what keeps her marriage strong on Live! with Regis and Kelly (via Washington Post)
The expression “sealed with a kiss” just took on a whole new meaning.