Lily is a writer, actor, and New York City native. Her work has been featured on Reductress.com and the DailyMail. She performs and studies improv and storytelling at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and was the writer and host of the comedy webseries “The Cuteness W/Lily Feinn” for which she is a YouTube Partner. She studied playwriting at Barnard College. Most importantly, she is a competitive pinball player, and a member of the team The Pinbabes, the only all-female pinball team in NY and the current champions of the NYC pinball league.

Lily’s Latest Articles

This High School Assigns Its Prom Dates

Social media is upping the ante on creative ways to ask dates to prom, but at Aquin High School in Freeport, Illinois, the big dance doesn't come with the same to-ask-or-not-to-ask nerves. The private Catholic high school assigns its dates for prom Hunger Games-style — pairing junior and senior boys with girls through a lottery system. According to Today, in lieu of elaborate promposals, the boys file into the gym and one by one draw a slip of paper with the name of their assigned female date. W…

By Lily Feinn

Can The Equal Rights Amendment Still Be Ratified?

It's been 45 years since the Equal Rights Amendment passed the House and Senate and despite many hard-won advances, women's rights are facing new and dangerous threats. With proposed roll backs under the current administration looming, many people are wondering can the Equal Rights Amendment still be ratified 35 years passed its deadline? For those unfamiliar with the proposed 27th Amendment to the constitution, the text reads: “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by…

By Lily Feinn

This Guy's "Dating Resume" Is Going Viral

First dates and job interviews can have quite a bit in common, from the pre-meeting jitters, to the awkward small talk and sweating in a suit. Now one college junior has taken this comparison to the next level, creating a dating resume for potential girlfriends — and his professional take on romance has gone super viral. The resume project began when Joe Adams, a 21-year-old Michigan State University student, approached a girl in the school cafeteria and asked her out. Long story short: he was r…

By Lily Feinn

How Big Is The Giant Chicken, Exactly?

On Friday, March 17, a video of a very large chicken hit social media, and it didn't take long for the "terrifying" beast of a bird to ruffle quite a few feathers. Those who have not yet seen the video may be wondering just how big is the giant chicken, but words fall short of capturing the true stature of this might foul. The feathery monster, which has since been identified as a Brahma Chicken, towers above all others in its pen, commanding attention with each stomp of its enormous feathered f…

By Lily Feinn

This Tool Will Make Writing To Your Reps Easier

With a depressingly long list of major bills flooding congress, there has never been a better time to let your elected officials know where you stand — but crafting a good action letter can present its own challenges. Enter: MyLetter.to, a new tool that helps you write to your reps and sends the personalized note via snail mail straight to the right desk. The letter writing service studiously avoids the pitfalls of typical form letters, making each one unique and affecting a professional yet con…

By Lily Feinn

Krispy Kreme's Original Glazed Has A St. Patrick's Day Twist

Americans have never been shy when it comes to dyeing things green in honor of the patron saint of the Emerald Isle — and for those with a sweet tooth, I have some excellent news: Krispy Kreme is serving green doughnuts to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Joining other unnaturally-hued items such as green beer, shamrock shakes, green bagels, and even green rivers, these tasty treats are a festive take on the doughnut purveyor's iconic Original Glazed. Be warned, though: Blink and you'll miss these l…

By Lily Feinn

How To Win The Facebook Messenger Basketball Game

Last March, the internet went bananas when Facebook surprised its users with a secret basketball game hidden in Messenger. Now back in the midst of March Madness 2017, there has never been a better time to learn a few Facebook Messenger basketball game tricks and hacks to beat last year's high score! Whether you've joined a league or are just excited for some renewed college rivalries, Messenger's surprisingly fun Easter egg will get you pumped for the season without the expense of booking ticke…

By Lily Feinn

Your Dog Will Totally Lie To You For Food

Don't believe those baleful puppy dog eyes when there's a treat on the line. According to a new study, when it comes to a juicy sausage, your beloved pooch is not above deception: It seems dogs will lie to get what they want — and they're particularly competitive over food. Published this month in the journal Animal Cognition, the research found that dogs will even go so far as to trick their owner out of a particularly tasty snack. That's right: "Man's best friend" may have just become man's b…

By Lily Feinn

These Are The Most Popular Websites In The U.S.

As someone who is constantly surfing the web, it comes as no surprises that Google, the nearly two decade old search engine that has basically become a verb, tops the list of most popular websites in the United States (and the world, for that matter). Receiving 28 billion visits each month, the search engine experiences more traffic than any of the other 1.1 billion websites currently on the internet. The only site that even comes close to matching Google's visitors is the video-sharing website …

By Lily Feinn

How To Use Facebook's New Town Hall Feature

Looking to become more politically active, but finding it difficult to hunt down your local officials' contact information online? A new Facebook feature is making it easier than ever to voice your views and affect political change. By learning how to use the Facebook "Town Hall" feature to call your representatives, the entire process of contacting your reps will boil down to just a few taps of the screen. The new feature, which rolled out to U.S. users this week, appears to be part of a global…

By Lily Feinn