Who remembers The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, the Disney show set at the “Tipton” hotel in Boston? (20-somethings, raise your hand!) Well, Zack and Cody, known IRL as Dylan and Cole Sprouse, have branched out in different directions.
Saturday Night Live – possibly the best show in the entire world. While I don’t often stick around on Saturday nights to actually watch it on TV, I do spend lazy Sundays flipping through the various skits on my computer.
Imagine boarding a plane and taking off, only to have the plane turn around four hours into the flight and head back to the airport. Pretty much sounds like my hell, and it recently happened to 226 passengers on the
For those of you that have a Spotify account, you may have received a holiday email in the last two weeks containing some fun end-of-the-year stats on your listening habits. It included a series of your most listened to artists,
It is a time of year that designers, interior decorators and creative minds alike look forward to – the announcement of Pantone’s Color of the Year. I will say, I still have no idea how a “Color of the Year”
I love avocados – I truly do. I eat avocado toast. Every. Single. Morning. It’s filling and fatty, but simultaneously light. I love it. Well, I’m basically #basic, as avocados are everywhere. They are synonymous with hipster. Anyways, are you familiar
How many times have you passed a homeless person on the street without acknowledging them? While I try to say good morning or smile at the regulars on my walk to work each morning, I’ve always felt a sense of
Spoiler alert! Contrary to the title of the book and movie, you couldn’t have a real breakfast at Tiffany’s… until now! On November 10th, the Tiffany & Co. New York flagship store opened the doors to the Blue Box Café for
Women marrying themselves has become a growing trend across the world. An Italian woman, Laura Mesi, recently married herself in an official ceremony with approximately 70 witnesses. She received all sorts of media buzz with stories on Vogue.com, NY Daily
I saw an ad on the T recently declaring, “If you wanted to overpay for everything, you would live in New York.” As a Bostonian, it made me wonder, is New York really that much more expensive than Boston? Am