I remember when I decided I needed to deactivate Tinder.
Because time is always fleeting and nothing good can last, this shitstorm of a summer is quickly coming to a close.
Have you heard? This Monday there is a freaky-deaky big deal thing happening up in the sky.
Beautiful weather calls for cute picnics, especially when our sunny days are running out. Since nothing ever happens unless it’s posted to the ‘gram, don’t settle for a #basic basket, blanket, or, most importantly, spread. Click through for our step-by-step guide to achieving the perfect picnic worthy of a picture or two.
Listen, I’m going to spare us all here and not use the word “adulting” at any point throughout this article. Well except for using it just now. But this year I turned 26 (a baby to some, ancient to others) and reached a few subtle milestones that both thrilled and horrified me into realizing that I was a real person.
In the wake of the still shocking events of Charlottesville , and the utterly egregious response of President 45, many who had continued to back him (including Republican party heavy-hitters) were left reeling, and grasping for…”excuses.” But no surprise to those who had steadfastly supported her candidacy (including this publication), a Hillary Clinton speech from August 25, 2016 has resurfaced, which incisively and startlingly accurately foretold of the Trumpian future that lay ahead – one that culminated in a fatal Neo-Nazi march on a small, peaceful Virginia college town this past weekend. A nation was forced into one of its most painful moral self-examinations, when he who the country had voted into the White House last November made it clear that he was, in fact, aligned with the white-supremacist message of hatred, exclusion and, yes, violence.
In a world of Kardashian Instagram trends, Batsheva Hay has tailored a style all her own. “Prairie folk sixties with an awesome shoe collection,” one might say
After peacing out of her Los Angeles starter apartment last year, fashion’s favorite member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan moved into a $6.5 million mansion formerly owned by Emily Blunt and John Krasinski.
No one does it better than Walt. Whether or not you actually like crowded theme parks and screaming children, there’s no denying that Disney truly is the happiest place on earth. And one of the things that makes this tourist attraction oh-so-magical is the plethora of quintessential Disney eats.
Pairing a quality bottle of wine with your meal is always fun, but can get so expensive. Thankfully, there are some amazing restaurants throughout the city that let you bring your own booze! From romantic date nights to group dinners with your crew, head to these BYOB spots with your favorite bottle and prepare to get poppin’. [Photo via @ angjames_ ]