One hair care brand is going to great lengths (pun intended) to broaden the conversation around inclusivity in the beauty industry. Prose is a made-to-order hair care company known for its formulas that are cruelty-free, free of sulfates, parabens, and
Image Source: EmpireOnline.com It’s been over a month since Season 3 of the Netflix megahit Stranger Things premiered, and I still can’t get enough. I admittedly spent my Fourth of July binging the entire season in a single day, and I’ve
In my opinion, Chrissy Teigen can do no wrong. I own both of her cookbooks (even if I’ve only cooked maybe three dishes out of them). I love her Instagram stories. Her relationship with John Legend is #goals, especially the
Need a pick-me-up on a cold, dark winter weekday? Go on Instagram and search #AccidentallyWesAnderson or @AccidentallyWesAnderson. Ever since the debut of the movie The Grand Budapest Hotel in 2014, the dreamy, pastel-colored, perfectly-symmetrical Wes Anderson style has taken over in
You know that feeling when you stumble upon something that is just totally and completely you? Well *cue angelic singing,* that’s what happened when I discovered the world of classical art memes on Instagram. Three of my biggest interests: art
I would like to introduce you to one of the hottest Instagram influencers out there – Sam Barsky. Sam is a man with a hobby. Like so many #influencers, he likes to travel. But what makes Sam unique is that
When it comes to billboards, most would expect companies to go for exciting, out-of-the box, eye-catching ideas and images. After all, in order to stand out amongst the competition, it’s important to instantly grab the attention of passersby. Sioo:X, a
I’m all for this warmer weather Boston is FINALLY experiencing. However, and let’s be honest, who’s ready for the weird T/subway smells that come with little to no AC during the summer?
As a tribute to rock legend, David Bowie, in partnership with the Brooklyn Museum, Spotify recently launched an interactive subway display in New York.
Ever wondered what happens to old electronics and computer parts? To be honest, I hadn’t given it too much thought, until I saw Benjamin Von Wong’s stunning artwork inspired by Dell’s electronics recycling program.