It seems that everyone has an E-reader or iPad these days, carefully balancing their prized tablet with one hand while riding the subway and navigating the mass of people on the trains during rush hour.
It’s summertime, and with the temperatures sometimes soaring into the triple digits, it’s awfully hard to resist the siren-song of the Mister Softee ice cream truck.
Do you want to see a goat play ball? Ride a carousel? Play mini golf for a prize? See sea lions being fed? Learn how to make cool desserts in your kitchen? Want to do it all for free? Then come out to Brooklyn on Sunday, August 7th.
Join Kiehl’s USA the well-known hair and skin care specialists on a seven-day ride through the Northeast, to raise awareness and funds for The Foundation for AIDS Research (AmfAR), in honor of its 25th anniversary.
In these peak temperatures, your tendency to feel drowsy after lunch may get worse. “Don’t Mediterraneans really have it down?” you wonder as you yawn your way back to your desk to take a two hour post-lunch siesta.
A Taste of Damascus without Leaving Home This Summer:
A Visit to Salam Restaurant
Nothing evokes the summer to me as much as Middle Eastern Cuisine. With its pungent aromas of spices, herbs and assortments of small dishes it is the perfect light fare to withstand horrid temperatures.
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the woman on the go and simultaneously want to help feed 1 million children in need, look no further than Clarins, the company known for making plant-based skin and beauty products for men and women.
A variety of events are taking place this weekend, throughout Manhattan and the Boroughs. You’re sure to find something fun to do, whatever your interests.
If you’re too impatient to send your thank you by snail-mail (or are worried that your interviewer might forget you by the time he/she receives it) but still want to distinguish yourself from other applicants, try Meeble Mail e-mail stationery.
With a summer of fun well underway – and already pulling me in a hundred delightfully distracting directions – I was afraid I’d come a little late to my favorite dance party this year.