1. 5 Things We Learned About Arianna Huffington & Barbara Walters Last Night Barbara Walters interviewed Arianna Huffington on 92Y’s stage last night about her rise to international success with the Huffington Post and life lessons she’s learned along the way. Here is what we learned from these two journalism icons.
 Babs and Arianna are besties. No, really. Barbara was a bridesmaid at Arianna’s wedding (and wore “a hideous purple dress”) and is the godmother of her daughter.
Arianna wants you to go to sleep. The HuffPo founder could not emphasize the importance of a good night’s rest enough, saying “the only role models we have are burned out, sleep-deprived guys in suits.”
Barbara makes Arianna’s daughter cry. The View creator has been a big support to her goddaughter over the years, but their inspirational lunches often end in tears. Sounds like having lunch with Barbara isn’t too different than being interviewed by her.
Arianna has no desire to marry again.
Arianna doesn’t care about her legacy. She believes that the body is merely a “rental car” for the soul.

    5 Things We Learned About Arianna Huffington & Barbara Walters Last Night

    Barbara Walters interviewed Arianna Huffington on 92Y’s stage last night about her rise to international success with the Huffington Post and life lessons she’s learned along the way. Here is what we learned from these two journalism icons.

    1. Babs and Arianna are besties. No, really. Barbara was a bridesmaid at Arianna’s wedding (and wore “a hideous purple dress”) and is the godmother of her daughter.
    2. Arianna wants you to go to sleep. The HuffPo founder could not emphasize the importance of a good night’s rest enough, saying “the only role models we have are burned out, sleep-deprived guys in suits.”
    3. Barbara makes Arianna’s daughter cry. The View creator has been a big support to her goddaughter over the years, but their inspirational lunches often end in tears. Sounds like having lunch with Barbara isn’t too different than being interviewed by her.
    4. Arianna has no desire to marry again.
    5. Arianna doesn’t care about her legacy. She believes that the body is merely a “rental car” for the soul.

  2. Betcha didn’t know these amazing devices were invented by ladies! Watch the video here. #thatsgenius

    Betcha didn’t know these amazing devices were invented by ladies! Watch the video here. #thatsgenius

  3. #throwbackthursday “Wow, what a bunch of baby vamps!” That’s the 20s-era slang used to describe these attractive young showgirls, the kind of thing a couple of lalapazazas might say at a beat session during the time period of our next Lyrics & Lyricists show, "Sweepin’ The Clouds Away: Boom, Bust, and High Spirits,” Feb 22 - 24. OMG, dude (Di Mi, sheik), will your future grandchildren understand today’s slang? Banana oil!

    #throwbackthursday “Wow, what a bunch of baby vamps!”

    That’s the 20s-era slang used to describe these attractive young showgirls, the kind of thing a couple of lalapazazas might say at a beat session during the time period of our next Lyrics & Lyricists show, "Sweepin’ The Clouds Away: Boom, Bust, and High Spirits,” Feb 22 - 24.

    OMG, dude (Di Mi, sheik), will your future grandchildren understand today’s slang? Banana oil!

  4. In fact, continued Glamour mag’s Cindi Leive, since the 2008 recession the only businesses providing a net increase in employment are publicly traded companies and privately held, majority women owned firms. Watch the full video from our Secrets of Start-Up Queens panel.

    In fact, continued Glamour mag’s Cindi Leive, since the 2008 recession the only businesses providing a net increase in employment are publicly traded companies and privately held, majority women owned firms. Watch the full video from our Secrets of Start-Up Queens panel.

    (Source: youtube.com)

  5. What’s the deal with Hot Pockets?

92YTribeca has plenty of ways for you to celebrate Women’s History Month this March: a panel discussing “The Future of Women,” the launch party of an all-women comedy website, the consideration of a macho movie directed by a woman and more. Events feature such feminist defenders as The Daily Show’s Kristen Schaal, Feministing’s Chloe Angyal and Miriam Pérez, Jezebel’s Irin Carmon and filmmakers Claudia Weill and Kartina Richardson.

    What’s the deal with Hot Pockets?

    92YTribeca has plenty of ways for you to celebrate Women’s History Month this March: a panel discussing “The Future of Women,” the launch party of an all-women comedy website, the consideration of a macho movie directed by a woman and more. Events feature such feminist defenders as The Daily Show’s Kristen Schaal, Feministing’s Chloe Angyal and Miriam Pérez, Jezebel’s Irin Carmon and filmmakers Claudia Weill and Kartina Richardson.