8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Mar 08 2015

To find out why the women are missing from these images, check out Not-There.org.

Hey, ladies! Let’s celebrate International Women’s Day and support the achievements of women worldwide. Time to #MakeItHappen!

Cinderella director Kenneth Branagh defends Lily James against claims that her waist was digitally altered in the movie to appear smaller, crediting “the lighting of promotional photos” and "natural body physics" for the actress' minuscule middle.

Did you remember to adjust your clocks? It’s time to take the first step to leaving this horrifyingly cold winter behind and spring forward an hour with Daylight Savings Time. Another hour for sunshine? Yes, please.

Food writers Adam Roberts and Mimi Thorisson have drummed up a storm of controversy over whether something the former wrote about the latter is sexist. Thorisson says it was, Roberts insists it was not, and Eater’s Helen Rosner makes a compelling case why they’re both wrong. (We tend to agree with her.)

Diehard Wes Anderson fans can now show their devotion to the enigmatic filmmaker with a beautiful brown leather luggage collection inspired by The Darjeeling Limited.

Turns out Jewel isn’t the only one to log some time living in a van before making it big: Toronto Blue Jays top pick Daniel Norris calls a 1978 Volkswagen camper home, despite the fact that he has a “92-mile-an-hour fastball, a $2 million signing bonus, a deal with Nike and a growing fan club.”

Thousands descend on Selma, Alabama to commemorate the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday," the day in 1965 when police attacked those gathering in preparation for the historic Selma-to-Montgomery march for voting rights.

Tina Fey's latest creation, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, is delightful, and this rather catchy theme song is just one of the reasons we're loving the new Netflix series.

Advertisement