“Roughly 5,342 years remaining. Please do not turn off your computer.” Gen Xers who came of age during the AOL era look back on warnings like this with nostalgia. Load rage wasn’t a thing then. For millennials, however, nothing causes more indignation than a download lasting more than five seconds.
Searching Craigslist & Facebook to fill a room in a rent controlled apartment can lead to a crazy cast of candidates. Will it be this new age spiritual millennial? I have feeling we’ve all met this person before.
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
Guest Post by Ainsley Lawrence Millennials have had some pretty intense experiences over the years. They’ve seen life with and without the internet, have lived through economic crises on a global scale, and have watched the traditional ways to create a career and invest their hard-won cash erode beneath their
A corporate event might seem like a one-size-fits-all get-together. There are drinks, there are snacks, and everyone’s happy with the predictability. However, that’s not necessarily the case with a millennial workforce. They’ll certainly appreciate any type of party that you put on, but something off the beaten path will suit
Sushi pizza, sushi breakfast, sushi donuts, and a restaurant that serves sushi in a cup is the natural evolution of this newly minted hell we have found ourselves in.
Being a David Chang ball-fondler, at first I thought Cookiebar’s logo and the name were a little too close to resembling Momofuku’s Milkbar. This minor detail kept me away longer than it should have. On our way home from recreational meandering, I finally went in. All of the employees are under 30-years-old.