It’s about that time of year when all of New England comes together for one of the country’s largest fairs: The Big E! I personally had never been prior to last year, but it was…interesting…to say the least. Here’s my guide to The Big E!
Summer may be over but there’s still plenty of time left for ice cream season. As a recently popular bumper sticker proclaims, “you can’t buy happiness, but you can buy ice cream. And that’s kind of the same thing.” Click here for my picks for best ice cream!
If you’ve reached that ripe, idealized age of 21, chances are you’ve played at least some type of drinking game in your life. Whether you’ve already walked across that stage in a cap and gown to receive your college diploma, or if you’ve been wearing that suit and tie to work since high school and skipped the college scene altogether, it’s only natural to long for the days of yesteryear and want to re-live those crazy college nights. Your tolerance may have gone down since the college days, but you can still put your talent to the test… Here are the top bars with Drinking Games
Originally wrote this piece as suggestions of affordable kid-friendly restaurants during the summer months. Now that school’s back in session, families are busier than ever. Parents are juggling careers, car rides, sports practices, play dates, homework, and more. With all the go-go-go going on, sometimes there just isn’t enough time (or energy) to cook for the family. These kid-friendly restaurants remain a great option for families this fall!
Originating in India and Persia, hookah is an instrument used for smoking flavored tobacco. It is also known as a water pipe, as the smoke passes through water before being inhaled. Although most popular around its native regions in locations like the Middle East, hookah is catching on all around the world… My picks for Top Places to Hookah