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The World’s Most Phallic Building

TweetThe Ypsilanti water tower in Michigan was named the world’s most phallic building by Cabinet Magazine. In case you aren’t [...]

The Ypsilanti water tower in Michigan was named the world’s most phallic building by Cabinet Magazine. In case you aren’t aware, I like dicks. I like dick-shaped cakes, dick flavored ice cream, and actual dicks, of all shapes and sizes. I pretty much see dicks everywhere I go, so if I ever find myself in Ypsilanti, you can bet your bottom dollar I will be standing in front of the water tower, inst... More...


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


Welcome to the Peacock-pocalypse

TweetThe city of Palos Verdes, California is chock-full of free-roaming peacocks. Peacocks are my favorite animal, based on the fact [...]

The city of Palos Verdes, California is chock-full of free-roaming peacocks. Peacocks are my favorite animal, based on the fact that they are beautiful assholes, which I can relate to. So if I ever decide to move to a suburb of California, the Rolling Hills Estates in Palos Verdes will probably be my first choice. Peacocks have had free range of the town for the last 100 years, believed to have come... More...


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



8 American Cities to See Before You Die

TweetThe best American cities you need to see before you die. 1. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Whether you were wooed [...]

The best American cities you need to see before you die. 1. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Whether you were wooed as a kid by the epic “Santa Fe” ballad from The Newsies, or you just generally like a little heat on your tongue, Santa Fe is a must-see American city. It boasts small town charm with low, antique buildings and big-city amenities like the world’s top outdoor opera house and seve... More...


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


The New Haven 48-Hour Guide

TweetIf you need a weekend away, New Haven provides culture, food, and good times. When it comes to escaping the [...]

If you need a weekend away, New Haven provides culture, food, and good times. When it comes to escaping the hustle and bustle of New York City, there’s not always that many options within a tight budget. You can run away to New Jersey as I so often do, or crash at a friend’s Hampton’s House, but no one really ever talks about escaping to New Haven, CT. This past weekend, I hopped on M... More...


By • Jul 3rd, 2014 • Category: Alcohol, Cities, Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Top 5 Coffee Shops in L.A.

TweetTo my surprise, Los Angeles actually has some fantastic coffee shops. During my recent travels to L.A., I was swept [...]

To my surprise, Los Angeles actually has some fantastic coffee shops. During my recent travels to L.A., I was swept off my feet by the city’s delicious coffee and happening coffee scene. Below are five delightful coffee shops I experienced and can highly recommend to you:   Alfred {Coffee + Kitchen} “But first, coffee” are the first words you’ll read as you enter Alfr... More...


By • Jul 2nd, 2014 • Category: Cities, Dining, Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Street Style: New York & London Gay Pride

TweetGay pride festivals bring out the most in people and their outfits. There is something to be proud about. Each [...]

Gay pride festivals bring out the most in people and their outfits. There is something to be proud about. Each year, we make huge strides for equality and we feel the need to celebrate that. It started with one riot and ended with festivals all over the world. When it comes to celebrating, we have a flair for the dramatics, and we’ll make sure everyone knows that when we march through their citi... More...


By • Jul 1st, 2014 • Category: Cities, FASHION, FOOD AND TRAVEL


5 Art Galleries to See in Paris

TweetParis has some of the richest, most beautiful art collections in the world. From the Louvre to the Musee D’Orsay, [...]

Paris has some of the richest, most beautiful art collections in the world. From the Louvre to the Musee D’Orsay, the art history and scene in Paris is omnipresent — inescapable. But what about the galleries? And how do you know which ones to pick when there are so many from which to choose? Well, you can’t really go wrong in Paris…but if you’re looking for something in p... More...


By • Jun 18th, 2014 • Category: Art, Cities, ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Time Warner Center’s 10th Anniversary

TweetCan you believe the grand Time Warner Center has been a NYC destination for 10 years already? I remember when [...]

Can you believe the grand Time Warner Center has been a NYC destination for 10 years already? I remember when the Time Warner Center was just being finished– I had just moved to NYC from South Florida as a bright-eyed and fresh 20 year old with nothing but time to kill, sushi to eat, and shopping dreams. At the time, the Time Warner Center was sort of an everything draw for a young New York... More...


By • Jun 16th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Hotels


The Starbucks Bucket List

TweetLet’s face it: We all love Starbucks and we’ve got a few we must see It isn’t that place you’d [...]

Let’s face it: We all love Starbucks and we’ve got a few we must see It isn’t that place you’d normally pencil into your travel itinerary, though. Below are ten enticing Starbucks stores around the world which could change that: 1. Fukuoka, Japan This Starbucks, located on the island of Kyushu, Japan, was designed in inspiration of Dazaifu Tenmangu, a nearby shrine named one ... More...


By • Jun 12th, 2014 • Category: Cities, Dining, Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


5 Fun Things You Didn’t Know About the UWS

TweetThe UWS (or Upper West Side for those of you non-New Yorkers) is actually a hot bed of interesting and [...]

The UWS (or Upper West Side for those of you non-New Yorkers) is actually a hot bed of interesting and cool– here’s what you need to know. The Upper West Side of Manhattan is known mostly as a mellow enclave for families and artsy types– but with that comes one of the deepest concentrations of delicious food and culture on the face of the Earth. Here are 5 things not to be missed: 1. The ... More...


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