Monday, March 31, 2014
The Week of March 31st
I N M E M O R I A M
'Little Brother' remembers fallen Boston firefighter, Michael Kennedy, and shows us what a true hero he was.
T E C H N O L O G Y
The Boston Public Library unveils a new Netflix-like service. Now you can stream movies and tv shows with your library card!
The many faces of Gmail: A 10 year retrospective.
B U S I N E S S & N E T WO R K I N G
General Assembly is killing it with networking events! Join GA and Wonder Women of Boston for Thursday's event, Women in Design. The event will include food, drinks and a discussion with local women designers, from fashion to web, about challenges and milestones they've experienced over the course of their career.
F O O D & D R I N K
Charlestown's own cider house, Downeast Cider, is celebrating the launch of its first Spring seasonal, Hard Honey, with a party at their warehouse this Saturday. Get your tickets here to partake in the festivities.
The much anticipated Neapolitan pizza joint, Pastoral, opened last Friday in Fort Point.
H E A L T H & B E A U T Y
Decoding cosmetic labels - what the symbols really mean.
Lauren Conrad lists of 10 essential vitamins every gal should know about.
B L O G O S P H E R E
Emily of Shell Chic'd breaks down this seasons most gorgeous scalloped buys - I love this bikini!
Want to reupholster a chair but don't know where to start? Lonny's got your back.
A R T S & E N T E R T A I N M E N T
Funny gal Amy Schumer is back! Season 2 premiers Tuesday on Comedy Central.
Jason Sudeikis will start filming Tumbledown in Concord this month. Hopefully we'll see him and Olivia around town!
L I F E H A C K S
Quality bargain shopping - it does exist! The Everygirl breaks down how to pick and choose bargain items that will really last.
Get me out of this rain! How to have a YOLO vacation, on the cheap.
Kelsey from Tickle Me Pink reveals a list of life hacks for the working girl with no time. Did you know honey can cure your champagne hangover?!
Have a great week!
(Photo from the new Spring look book from Emerson Fry)