Nearly two decades ago, Riley Weston was doing pretty well for a 19-year-old. In 1998, she was a staff writer for the show Felicity, brought on to provide a uniquely youthful perspective to the show about pretty Dean & Deluca coffee-guzzling college kids in New York City, and had just signed a $500,000 deal with…
During the ATX Festival in Austin over the weekend, the cast of Felicity assembled for a reunion in the form of a panel. Scott Foley, the handsome man who played Noel, the brunette arm of the love triangle that powered the entire series, noted that most of the cast hadn’t seen each other in the 20 years since the show…
The cast of Felicity is meeting up at the ATX TV 2018 Festival for their 20th anniversary, and the vibe is very: “Get your phones out for a big announcement.” It’s sort of like a marriage proposal on Christmas—everyone will already be there, so let’s do it.
In an extremely charming appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night, Kerri Russell and Scott Speedman seem to have a very grounded grasp of their levels of current fame, and a wise understanding of the dangers facing a young stars with social media accounts.
Welcome to This Broad’s Life, a new Jezebel video series in which Hillary Crosley Coker trails interesting and kick-ass women as they navigate this thing called life.
Karlie Kloss is giving up her Victoria's Secret contract to be a student at NYU. Can you hear the sound of new models sprinting to their agents?
For some reason, attendance at Colonial Williamsburg has dropped like a rock, and the town is now reduced to trying to find ways to seem "hip," which is a terrible state of affairs. Isn't the whole point of Colonial Williamsburg that it's gloriously resistant to the whole concept of cool?
Oh, Felicity. You troubled little stalker, you.
The American Girl company leaves many feeling torn between its promotion of pricey consumerism and the dolls' celebration of history and education. One thing is certain though, the story of Felicity and her horse Penny is one that offers hope to the suburban girl-the horseless girl with a wild heart.
Another piece of our childhood — or at least the childhood we would have had if our parents had just broken down and forked out $100 for a doll — bites the dust is archived. Farewell, Mistress Merriman.
Is it a myth? A cliche? A fact? We investigate, and find the first historical instance of the post-breakup hair-change: