Forgot Password | Register                
Coupon codes powered by Rollback coupons

Archives for the ‘Cities’ Category

6 Alternative Ways To Spend Valentine’s Day In NYC

TweetAnother Valentine’s Day, another reminder that I’m single. I’ll admit it. I’m one of those bitter single people that hates [...]

Another Valentine’s Day, another reminder that I’m single. I’ll admit it. I’m one of those bitter single people that hates when other people are happy. I put myself out there. I’m nice (kind of). It just makes no sense why I’m single. Why Valentine’s Day pitches have crowded my inbox and my coupled friends are making plans, I’ve been coming up with diff... More...


By • Feb 5th, 2014 • Category: Cities, Dining, FOOD AND TRAVEL


10 reasons New Yorkers are healthier than other people

TweetNew York is truly one of the greatest cities in the world, and probably one of the greatest places to [...]

New York is truly one of the greatest cities in the world, and probably one of the greatest places to live if you like a fast-paced life full of action and fun. It’s the birthplace of lots of types of Yoga, and though not everyone is into fitness programs, you’ll find that residents of the Big Apple are also some of the fittest, healthiest people in the country as well. Why is this? They walk... More...


By • Feb 1st, 2014 • Category: Adult Health, Cities



Amazing Streets From Around the World

TweetThe street you grew up on probably holds a slew of great memories for you, but I would be willing [...]

The street you grew up on probably holds a slew of great memories for you, but I would be willing to bet there are a lot more amazing streets out there in the world, even more awesome than the one upon which you grew your first pube. One of my favorite things to do when I am traveling is take photos of unique and interesting streets, and then Instragram the Hell out of them. Here are five unique stre... More...


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


Visit a Painted Village in Poland

TweetWhen I was younger I used to paint half-naked women in acrylic paint directly on my wall. My mom chalked [...]

When I was younger I used to paint half-naked women in acrylic paint directly on my wall. My mom chalked it all up to artistic expression. I think I just painted things that I couldn’t understand. My point with all this is that I love a good arts and craft project, and believe that if you are doing to do something you might as well go balls deep. Thus the painted village of Zalipie in Poland is r... More...


By • Jan 26th, 2014 • Category: Art, Cities


The Opposite of Sushi: Frozen Fish in Norway

TweetIf I was going to freeze to death, the very last place I would want to do it is in [...]

If I was going to freeze to death, the very last place I would want to do it is in school. Unfortunately the fish of Norway weren’t so lucky, and this sweet bitch of a winter left entire schools of them frozen in place. READ MORE: An Entire Island Built from Clam Shells These particular fish are located (until spring at least) in Lovund, a small island off the coast of Norway. It isn’t normal for ... More...


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


Introducing Fadiouth, an Entire Island Built Out of Clam Shells

TweetRemember those shoes called Jellies that were made out of glittery rubber? Remember when you accidentally got a rock trapped [...]

Remember those shoes called Jellies that were made out of glittery rubber? Remember when you accidentally got a rock trapped in one of them and managed to rub 8 layers of flesh off your feet just by walking to the corner store? That is what I imagine life to be like on Fadiouth in Senegal, West Africa, an island built almost entirely out of clam shells. Connected to the mainland by a narrow wooden brid... More...


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


The Origin of Your State’s Name (pretty interesting stuff!)

TweetWhether you live in Connecticut or Utah, there’s a good chance you don’t know exactly where the name of your [...]

Whether you live in Connecticut or Utah, there’s a good chance you don’t know exactly where the name of your state comes from. As it turns out, Latin and Algonquin serve as the origins for a hefty majority of American states. Read More: Wild Parrots Living in NYC Check out where your home state derives its name from: If you’re looking for a more detailed explanation of the name... More...


By • Jan 9th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Electric Ladyland: A Psychedelic Museum in Amsterdam

TweetIf there is anywhere in the world that is appropriate to house a psychedelic museum dedicated to fluorescent art, it [...]

If there is anywhere in the world that is appropriate to house a psychedelic museum dedicated to fluorescent art, it is probably Amsterdam. A friend of mine went there and said she got so high at a coffee shop she spent most of her vacation laying in bed staring at the ceiling in her hotel room. If only she had known that right down the road from the Anne Frank museum there existed a treasure trov... More...


By • Dec 30th, 2013 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


How to Tell if You Are in North Florida For Christmas

TweetAs anyone who has ever met me can tell you, I grew up in North Florida. Since Florida is shaped [...]

As anyone who has ever met me can tell you, I grew up in North Florida. Since Florida is shaped like a super long penis, there are huge differences between the Northern and the Southern regions (basically the farther South you go, the more teeth you have). Actual screenshot from my Instagram. Was the standing platform really necessary? If you are in the Northern part of the state, you can close your... More...


By • Dec 23rd, 2013 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


5 Things Worth Doing in NYC on Holiday Break

TweetWhether you’re on an extended work hiatus for the holiday season or just have a few days off, here’s our [...]

Whether you’re on an extended work hiatus for the holiday season or just have a few days off, here’s our list of must-see-and-accomplish things in NYC for the well-heeled city gal (you know, like yourself): 1. Stop in Measure Lounge at The Langham Place Hotel for drinks and a fig appetizer. It’s quietly chic, drips elegance, and frankly, if you’re single… Langham Hote... More...


By • Dec 22nd, 2013 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL