Mother’s Day is just around the corner and NYC is the place to be if you’re looking to spoil the woman that pushed you out of her body. She did that, you know…or you were CUT OUT of her. Either way, she deserves some bottomless mimosas or ridiculous bloody mary’s,
By: Jonas Barnes Summer in NYC is a magical time. The clouds part, the locals wipe the sleep out of their eyes and the city comes alive in a way that you don’t get to see any other time of the year. The sun-drenched beaches fill with hard bodies, bikini-clad
Know before you blow (smoke). Rolling a joint and lighting up isn’t the only way to enjoy marijuana anymore. Cannabis culture has come a long way in a more educated and progressive society and because of this the quality, options, benefits, and access has popularized marijuana in a positive light.
52% of adults in the US have tried marijuana, 56% of millennials, 83% support legalizing for medical treatment, 49% support legalization for recreational, and 56% think weed is socially acceptable. Who are these people? With tomorrow being 4/20, let’s take a look at the most prominent characters in cannabis culture.
How does the shortest month of the year do any justice to celebrate such a rich culture? It doesn’t, we just have to jam pack centuries of awesome people, ideas, moments, and inventions into 28 (sometimes 29) days. Speaking of inventions, many great minds are idolized during Black History Month,
Miso soup is a light, fresh first course to many Asian meals. It can also be a stellar start to any variety of five-course meal, as it will warm your belly without filling it up too much before the next four courses.
This isn’t an easy task, because the moment you Google “poison”, you’ll just get some wiki post about the American rock band or Bel Biv Devoe’s hit song from 1990. So, I’m here to tell you exactly how to get the job done right…with a bit of style.