With a guest in tow, I revisit my town’s oldest gems and discover a new restaurant that I’ve only until now heard about. Read Chi-City Summer – Part I.
Last Sunday on the way home from grilling burgers and munching on kettle-flavored PopCorners (the perfect combo of crispy and fluffy!) and thoroughly reliving my 90s K-Pop/hip hop days with the likes of Cool, Tupac and Biggie on the party’s playlist, I stopped into one flower shop and two delis in search of blooms for … Continue reading
On the Market: If you haven’t been lucky enough to witness a double rainbow this season (they’ve popped up in the Midwest and the East Coast this year), fear not. We know if you stand where this homeowner was standing as he or she snapped a shot of the elusive double rainbow, you’ll have a good chance of spotting one … Continue reading
Searching for peace and quiet? Health.com lists the 10 saddest states in the U.S. based on federal health data, but snatching up these three homes would truly be far from depressing. First up is a swanky estate in Guard Gated MacDonald Highlands ofHenderson, NV. Though the Diamond in the Desert is listed as one of the saddest … Continue reading
Today in weird, a giant red blob was seen strapped behind a New York Water Taxi as it toured the waters from Red Hook, Brooklyn to Pier 17 on the way to its final destination at South Street Seaport. The 12-foot tall blob in question — which was rolled off the water taxi onto the … Continue reading
Notorious for buying, renting, renovating, selling, and buying again, A-lister Jennifer Aniston is well aware of her habits. Prior to her stage on the real estate market where she came across a handful of Manhattan could-bes, the serial-house buyer said in a 2009 interview with CNN that: “Sometimes, you buy and sometimes you’re renting and then you … Continue reading