Blogs | Thursday
Oct. 23, 2013 was a sad day for all of us fashionistas who want to lead a successful career in the fashion industry. Condé Nast who owns Vogue, Teen Vogue, W and many other fashion magazines decided to end their internship program starting 2014 due to many law suits surrounding interns.
There are a couple of things in life that I will never understand. For instance, why is Jwoww and Snooki a TV show, and who decided dressing like your grandpa was considered fashionable for college guys? My questions may never be answered and just when I think my generation had hit its lowest point, it finds a way to dig a deeper hole.
If you’ve never been to The Atlantic, I’ll give you a quick rundown: it’s a laid-back, intimate little hole-in-the-wall bar with great beer – I recommend the Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro – and fun, quirky décor. An owl lamp and a ceramic cat behind the bar? Yes, please.
The debt ceiling is a term that has been used quite a bit lately, but most people don’t even know what it means. Well to those of you who don’t, do not sweat it – we will break it down here.
There’s not many things you can’t find and purchase online: books, movies, cars, and the weird commodities of Craigslist. Online shopping has become a convenient service for when we need something quick and efficient.