Four Devious Female Archetypes in Film (And How To Act Like Them)

Femmes fatales don’t need to learn to say no. They needn't think about having it all. No, the naughty women of the silver screen are too busy acting like they’re better than everyone else, threatening anyone who questions their god-given authority, and crushing the pesky civilians who happen to stand between them and…

These Kids Singing "I Fought the Law" Win The Holidays

On Wednesday night, a small all-boys choir assembled on the steps of Federal Hall, set up a music stand next to the statue of George Washington, and prepared to sing for a crowd of New Yorkers. They were dressed impeccably in Ben Sherman peacoats, each with a tartan scarf and a newsboy cap. It would be hard to imagine…

These Kids Singing "I Fought the Law" Win The Holidays

On Wednesday night, a small all-boys choir assembled on the steps of Federal Hall, set up a music stand next to the statue of George Washington, and prepared to sing for a crowd of New Yorkers. They were dressed impeccably in Ben Sherman peacoats, each with a tartan scarf and a newsboy cap. It would be hard to imagine…

These Kids Singing "I Fought the Law" Win The Holidays

On Wednesday night, a small all-boys choir assembled on the steps of Federal Hall, set up a music stand next to the statue of George Washington, and prepared to sing for a crowd of New Yorkers. They were dressed impeccably in Ben Sherman peacoats, each with a tartan scarf and a newsboy cap. It would be hard to imagine…

These Kids Singing "I Fought the Law" Win The Holidays

On Wednesday night, a small all-boys choir assembled on the steps of Federal Hall, set up a music stand next to the statue of George Washington, and prepared to sing for a crowd of New Yorkers. They were dressed impeccably in Ben Sherman peacoats, each with a tartan scarf and a newsboy cap. It would be hard to imagine…

These Kids Singing "I Fought the Law" Win The Holidays

On Wednesday night, a small all-boys choir assembled on the steps of Federal Hall, set up a music stand next to the statue of George Washington, and prepared to sing for a crowd of New Yorkers. They were dressed impeccably in Ben Sherman peacoats, each with a tartan scarf and a newsboy cap. It would be hard to imagine…