Boston PR-marketing maven Marlo Fogelman, whose offices are right by the Boston Marathon finish line, welcomed locals to her annual spectators party throughout the day Monday.
As I was reading Time.com the other day, I couldn’t help but notice that the #1 most read article on the site was “How Men And Women Differ When Drawing Up The ‘Perfect Body” (#2 was the Russia/Ukraine crisis and
We’ve all experienced it: attending a large, outdoor event, gulping down cold ‘Gansetts, and all of a sudden, the urge to pee comes on. It’s time to break the seal. Unfortunately, your only option is to stand in line for
Better Homes & Garden’s quarterly special interest magazine, Do It Yourself, features Cuppow’s BNTO adaptor in their annual editor’s summer picks product roundup.
One of the big reasons I moved to Boston was to have easy access to all of the places I might need to go on any given day. During both childhood and college, I was “city-adjacent” – there was shopping/food/industry
I wouldn't call myself a food snob, or even a “foodie” for that matter (only because it’s kind of a lame term) but I feel like I generally know, cook and eat good food – mostly thanks to my outstanding
SalonCapri’s owner, Nick Penna Jr., provided one of his all-time-best haircare tips for the issue’s “50 Best Beauty Tips!” feature, which ran in the May issue of People StyleWatch.
It’s been 20 years since Nirvana’s enduring grunge anthem “Smells Like Teen Spirit” came out. I consider myself lucky to have been just barely old enough to listen, appreciate and (hopefully?) understand Kurt Cobain’s musical genius in real-time. But if you’re
Three floors above the finish line, shrapnel pierced a pane of glass at the office of Marlo Marketing/Communications. It was the sixth annual Marathon party at the public relations firm with an enviable view of the finish line.