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Paris Best: Coffee Shops

TweetOpting for a coffee shop in a city famed for its café culture seems pretty taboo, I know. But if [...]

Opting for a coffee shop in a city famed for its café culture seems pretty taboo, I know. But if you’re looking for quality espresso and a calm, collected environment, then (I see) no harm in such doing! Below are five coffee shops which will make you tomber amoureux even more with coffee…and Paris: Coutume Don’t let its name fool you; Coutume is a coffee shop with two locations in P... More...


By • Sep 15th, 2014 • Category: Cities, Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


September in New York: Five Things to Do

TweetMust-do activities for September in the city. I am from Florida, so even though I can appreciate Fall for what [...]

Must-do activities for September in the city. I am from Florida, so even though I can appreciate Fall for what it is, I still fucking hate it because I know it means winter is backed up on its ass waiting to force me into winter hibernation. That being said, September is the month where it isn’t really hot or cold, so you can run errands without worrying about butt sweat, and also save some mone... More...


By • Sep 13th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL



Mangetsu Man: The Japanese Superhero That Keeps Tokyo Clean

TweetThe streets of Tokyo are safe from dirt, thanks to an anonymous superhero. I don’t know if Mangetsu man wears [...]

The streets of Tokyo are safe from dirt, thanks to an anonymous superhero. I don’t know if Mangetsu man wears a costume to bring awareness to city cleanliness, or because he is ashamed to be an unpaid janitor, but either way I respect it. Mangetsu man’s only superhero powers may be to sweep the streets of the Roppongi district in Tokyo and post for awesome Instagram photos, but at least he has ... More...


By • Sep 7th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Light Up Paddleboards Make Night More Fun

TweetLight up paddleboards are now an essential part of cool kids entering the water. An innovative Miami-based company, NightSUP, has [...]

Light up paddleboards are now an essential part of cool kids entering the water. An innovative Miami-based company, NightSUP, has been crafting paddleboards with strips of LED lights. The result is a safer-at-night paddleboarding experience, and a wildly good view of the water and sea life beneath the board. Also, just being on one around sunset provides users with the opportunity for potentially the ... More...


By • Aug 27th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


What $100 is Really Worth

Tweet$100 is lunch for two with cocktails for two in NYC, or nearly an entire mortgage payment in Missouri. See [...]

$100 is lunch for two with cocktails for two in NYC, or nearly an entire mortgage payment in Missouri. See where your money is the stretchiest: Granted, this map is not totally perfect because life in NYC is more expensive than Buffalo, but it does a pretty good job of illustrating where the dollar is worth the most in this country. If you’re into, um, life adventures, Missouri is looking pret... More...


By • Aug 25th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Abandoned City Near Paris

TweetOn the outskirts of Paris is Goussainville, an abandoned city just to the north. With very few residents left, Goussanville [...]

On the outskirts of Paris is Goussainville, an abandoned city just to the north. With very few residents left, Goussanville is quickly becoming a decayed and tattered piece of mid-century French history. Goussainville-Vieux Pays was once a postcard perfect town, but less than a year before CDG opened in 1974 a plane crashed into it, destroying several houses and killing six crew and eight locals. The ... More...


By • Aug 17th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Gay Pride in Africa

TweetUgandans took part in the 3rd annual gay pride parade on August 9th, 2014 after the invalidation of anti-gay laws. [...]

Ugandans took part in the 3rd annual gay pride parade on August 9th, 2014 after the invalidation of anti-gay laws. I don’t normally get very political, but some times things happen around the world that require a mention. If you are an upwardly mobile chick living in the US, chances are you have at least one gay friend, if not a bunch of them (and probably one or two ex-boyfriends #amiright?). In the ... More...


By • Aug 15th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Five of the World’s Most Disgusting Rivers

TweetThis short list of the world’s grossest rivers should help you decide when and where to take a swim. When [...]

This short list of the world’s grossest rivers should help you decide when and where to take a swim. When you live in New York and somebody mentions the world’s grossest rivers, chances are the Hudson River immediately springs to mind. The truth is, while the Hudson is no mountain-fed spring, it is also nowhere near as polluted as many of the rivers in other countries, who have less stringent guid... More...


By • Aug 10th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


The Top Five Worst U.S. Cities to Visit

TweetThis short list represents the five worst cities for tourists visiting the United States. When I was growing up, if [...]

This short list represents the five worst cities for tourists visiting the United States. When I was growing up, if you had asked me what the worst city in the world is, I probably would have said Panama City, Florida (my hometown, obviously). Now that I’m grown and have traveled a little, I can honestly tell you that the shirtless spring breakers, tadpole catching, and constant exposure to the ... More...


By • Aug 4th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


You Need to See Santa Fe, Here’s Why

TweetSanta Fe mixes old Western stylings with contemporary luxuries. When the average American person thinks of Santa Fe, New Mexico, [...]

Santa Fe mixes old Western stylings with contemporary luxuries. When the average American person thinks of Santa Fe, New Mexico, their mind’s eye is likely flooded with images of cowboy boots, dirt roads, and Christian Bale singing his epic song from The Newsies. It is hard for many to reconcile this land-locked city with international level arts and culture because frankly, what logic woul... More...


By • Jul 31st, 2014 • Category: Cities, Dining, Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Hotels, Vacations