Recap: Art for the Cure Event At Neiman Marcus With Susan G. Komen And Boston Area Photographers



Philanthropic Bostonians congregated at Neiman Marcus Boston to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure and to celebrate their 2nd Annual ART FOR THE CURE benefit on Tuesday, April 10th. The event was co-chaired by: Becky Levin and Mara Aspinall.

The live auction alone raised more than $8,000. I am happy to say […]

Lauren Conrad Graciously Greets Fans At The Prudential Center In Boston

Lauren Conrad

Last Thursday I had the pleasure of meeting the wonderful Miss Lauren Conrad of MTV’s Laguna Beach and The Hills, who was signing copies of her new novel, The Fame Game, at the Barnes and Noble in the Prudential Center. I have to admit, I have always admired Conrad’s brand and her […]

J. Pace & Son Italian Specialty Food Store In Boston’s Seaport District

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Do you love Italian specialty foods like superb quality meats, cheeses, produce, freshly baked breads, olives, pasta, vinegars and more? If you do, then you have to try J. Pace & Son! The Pace family has been in the specialty foods business since the 1960’s, which means that they really know what they are […]

Neiman Marcus And Susan G. Komen For The Cure Welcome Boston Photographers To Celebrate Art For The Cure


Neiman Marcus Boston and Susan G. Komen for the Cure celebrate their 2nd Annual ART FOR THE CURE benefit on Tuesday, April 10th. Not just any art auction, the photography is by local Bostonians – and features a mix of professional photographers alongside amateur photographers of whom are successful executives by day, and […]

BoYO At Beacon Hill In Boston


Boston Yogurt, or “boYO” as they like to call themselves, is more than just your typical frozen yogurt shoppe. The boYO store serves true frozen yogurt, as opposed to ice cream that is just marketed as frozen yogurt. Their yogurt is packed with protein,calcium and probiotics (which aid with digestion). The calories are posted […]

Thrifty Fashion At The Garment District In Cambridge

Photo Credit: The Garment District on Facebook

For those who have the patience, thrift store shopping is great. Every thrift trip promises new, unique finds. Sure, you’re going to have to dig a little, but the moment you cast your eyes on that beautiful vintage dress that fits you like a glove, you’re hooked.

Dollar-A-Pound Section

If you’re looking for […]

Boston Welcomes Crumbs Bake Shop

Photo Credit: Crumbs Bake Shop

Photo Credit: Crumbs Bake Shop

Get your stretch pants ready…Crumbs Bake Shop has found a new home in Boston!

A New York City favorite since 2003, Crumbs has slowly been spreading its delicious cheer up and down the East and West coast. Though two specialty cupcake shops (Sweet and Kickass Cupcakes) already exist […]

Bikes Not Bombs: Implementing Change

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“Using the bicycle as a vehicle for social change.” With a tagline like that, how could we resist learning more about Bikes Not Bombs?

With a bit of research, we learned the Bikes Not Bombs (BNB) offers a variety of Youth Programs, all of which promote the power of youth leadership. Each program targets […]

Follow The Honey: Harvard Square’s Sweet Treasure

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Nestled below the street, Follow the Honey could easily be missed if it not for their intricately designed sidewalk sign and enchanting window décor.

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At first entrance, customers can’t help but feel as though they are entering a mystical land, a bee-themed Anthropologie with personal touches. Shabby-chic furniture pieces are […]

Marblehead’s Pellino’s Restaurant Opens Boston’s North End

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Originally located in Marblehead Massachusetts, Pellino’s Restaurant has recently opened up another location in Boston’s famous North End. Located in the former G’vanni’s Ristorante space, this new restaurant has an impressive atmosphere, and even better food. I had the opportunity to dine at Pellino’s on Saturday March 10th, just 5 days after their grand […]

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