The Nugs: How to Make the Most of Your Mugshot


On this day: In 1912, Camp Fire Girls was incorporated as a national agency, officially becoming the first secular, multicultural organization for girls. The organization had originally formed in 1910, a few years before the Girl Scouts, and put an emphasis on being outdoorsy (shoutout to our grandmas who knew how to light a fire by rubbing two sticks together). Boys were eventually admitted in 1975.




  • Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda reached new levels of squad goals when Tomlin recently appeared at an event rocking a clutch that featured Fonda’s mugshot from the 1970s. The photo was taken after Fonda was falsely arrested for drug smuggling in 1970—charges that raised some eyebrows, considering Fonda’s prominent role as an activist against the Vietnam War. Though the clutch is presently sold out, t-shirts and mugs are all for sale on Fonda’s website, with proceeds benefitting Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential.



  • From the President and CEO of PG&E Geisha Williams (who is the first Latina to lead a Fortune 500 company) to the Executive Vice President of Global Distribution at HBO, Bernadette Aulestia, here is a list of the 50 most powerful Latinas of 2017 from the Association of Latino Professionals.




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