Sticky, sweet and svelte- the sentiment one might have when leaving the 500 Club on a Sunday afternoon. As of late they have been holding their Sticky Sundaze, hosted by Clare and Emily. Fruity, sublime concoctions blended within an inch of their life and hot paninis pressed on site to
Not everyone loves The Sartorialist as I do. Yes, he can seem slightly elitist, snobby and has a somewhat bizarre fascination with pocket squares and old Milanese men. It is true as well that most of his “street shots” are of fashion editors, Italian heiresses or models pushing their bikes
Grace McLean has a voice that could launch a thousand ships filled with history’s greatest jazz musicians. Perched on the precarious edge of ‘œabout to make it big,’ Grace is still a broke-ass like us and tickets are still cheap. This Wednesday night, you can see her at Joe’s Pub
As you may noticed, I like food, a lot. I like reading about it, writing about it, looking at pretty pictures of it, and of course eating it. So when I found a FREE monthly magazine that covers all these things, I cried a little into my bowl of chili.
Who said this? “We must rapidly begin the shift from a thing-oriented society to a person-oriented society. When machines and computers, profit motives and property rights, are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism are incapable of being conquered.”
There is something to be said for a basic t-shirt. We spend our lives looking for the perfect fit. We steal them from boyfriends and best friends, wear them until they beg for mercy and customize them to the point of designer-ware overload. From the simple white crew neck to
I’ll be guest bartending on Wednesday night at Elixir for a fundraiser that’s being put on by The League of Young Voters. If you’re not familiar with them, their goal is to empower young people nationwide to participate in the democratic process and create progressive political change on the local,