In just a few days, we’ll all gather with our friends and family to say goodbye to 2014 and cheers to do it bigger and better in 2015! While you’re planning out how you’re going to bring in the new year, check out the cities throwing the most impressive last hurrahs! Continue reading
Moms, grandmothers and aunts are making magic happen in the kitchen; little cousins are chasing each other around the Christmas tree; old men are throwing down in an intense game of Dominos and swapping stories of the good ole days-be the star of the show in the midst of all the merriment by whipping up some of these holiday-themed cocktails! Continue reading
The weather may be unpredictable but one thing for sure is that the DFW is booming with holiday events this month! Greet the season with cheer and partake in many of the holiday festivities that Dallas has to offer!
It’s that time of year yet again where many of us are forced to spend an unnecessary extended amount of time with our families. As a bachelor living over 500 miles away from his family, I find this to be very difficult as for the majority of the year I’m not around the drama and judgment that comes with a big family. Nevertheless, it’s our duty as good ole southerners to put on our “bless your heart” fake smiles and explain over and over again why being 27 and unmarried doesn’t mean something’s wrong with me, and awkwardly interact with our weird cousins with whom we have nothing in common. Here’s how I plan to muster through these holiday family gatherings without going completely insane. Continue reading
To know me is to know that I’m tropical. I was raised in the humidity of New Orleans, LA, I’ve never taken a cold-weather vacation and my mood is definitely less bubbly on days of extreme dismal weather. However, as much as I hate to admit it, there are a few things that come about during the fall months that I can muster up a enough strength to enjoy. Continue reading
Two days ago marked 30 years since the world was introduced to Cliff, Claire, Sondra, Denise, Theo, Vanessa and Rudy Huxtable–the immediate family who made up one of the best family sitcoms of all time, The Cosby Show. From 1984-1992, we were drawn into stories of what it looked like to be a child in an upper middle-class African-American family living in Brooklyn, New York. Thanks to syndication, The Cosbys are a household name spanning over generations who weren’t even born during the show’s original eight season run. Here’s a look back at some of The Cosby Show’s most notable scenes! Continue reading
As we gear up for another weekend of all-day Saturday college football cheering and Sunday NFL rooting, guys from all over this great country will be waking up at the crack of dawn to pack coolers, marinate steaks and load up grills and tents that will come together for their friends and family to enjoy a celebrated tailgate party! If you’re one of these tailgate masters, make this football season’s tailgates a little more interesting with some spins on your traditional tailgate dishes! Continue reading
Research, plan, book, prioritize, check-in, reserve–our smartphones do it all as our most trusted and most reliable companions when traveling. Check out these seven travel app must-haves for your iPhone or Android. Continue reading
The most wonderful time in Dallas is almost here! That’s right, we’re just a mere 10 days away from smoked turkey legs, petting zoos, Fletcher’s Corn Dogs, car shows and just about anything Texans can throw into a fryer! Friday, September 26, will begin a 24-day stretch of The State Fair of Texas where people from all over the WORLD come to experience this Texas tradition and attempt to grab any type of deal that’ll make their fair funds last! While typically general admission is $17 and $13 for senior citizens and children shorter than 48 inches tall, check out these 10 ways to save more!
Last year, 10 weddings, this year, six weddings. Love is definitely in the Texas air. While I enjoy celebrating the nuptials of friends, shaking my groove-thang on the dance floor and sampling spirits from the open bar, for some, the collage of wedding invitations covering their refrigerator door can be rather overwhelming. If that’s you, follow these easy-to-follow rules to get you through the craziest of wedding seasons. Continue reading