All hail the QUEEN’s New York Burger King that pulled off this spooktacular Halloween prank on its fierce rival – McDonalds. BK covered the entire span of their property with long white sheets to signify the ghost of Mickey D’s.
If I had a dog, it would be Popeye The Foodie Dog. A Los Angeles rescue pup, Popeye and his humans travel the city looking for pet-friendly dining options. I mean look at him, he’s a dog after my own heart
In college my friends lived with me, ate every meal with me, did work with me, worked out with me, and were basically just straight up WITH me 24/7. Sometimes we loved each other – sometimes we hated each other.
Poor Tiger Shroff! Wait, Tiger Shroff? You don’t know who he is? Yeah, well, I didn’t either. Until he posted a photo and then out came all the memes. Tiger Shroff is an Indian film actor and martial artist who
From filters to memories, to featured and live content, Snapchat is constantly evolving and growing to satisfy the interests of its consumers and brands alike. In the social platform’s latest move, “Snapcodes,” which are account specific QR codes that allow
This week, The Garden Collective, a Toronto-based creative agency, launched the #TellAmericaItsGreat campaign. In the wake of this tumultuous (to say the least) election cycle, it’s a welcome message. Part of me thinks it might be a bit of an
I have a love-hate relationship with Halloween. Growing up with conservative Irish-Catholic parents made Halloween a drag. After years of begging to be Jasmine, my mom finally let me, but only if I wore a white long-sleeved t-shirt under the
An article in the New York Times by aerial photographer George Steinmetz entitled “Super Size: The Dizzying Grandeur of 21st-Century Agriculture”, caught my eye in a BIG way. The large images and video clips of industrial farming are amazing to
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, a great review for Tom’s BaoBao was featured in The Providence Journal. The placement, which is teased on the first page of the newspaper, gives an overview of the
During the heated second presidential debate, one undecided voter stole the show. With his thoughtful question on energy policy, his bold red sweater and his iconic name, Ken Bone took the Internet by storm during and after the debate.