Very superstitious… do you avoid cracks? What superstitions do you believe?
Uptown Beer Garden ushered in their 2017 season on a cold and rainy day, but that didn’t stop people from mixing and mingling in the 9000 square foot urban oasis. Located at 1735 JFK Blvd (right across from the Comcast building) Uptown Beer Garden is a nice way to spend an evening after work or […]
This post is inspired by binge watching using Verizon FiOS. I am a member of the FiOSPhilly team. Bob’s Burgers, the animated television series on Fox, is my guilty pleasure. Before it was removed from Netflix, I would watch a few episodes as I fell asleep. The Mister would occasionally join in, scoffing at Gene’s […]
As Mother’s Day draws near, take time to remember mothers, biological or not, that have shaped and molded us to the people we are today. I know with my busy life, I sometimes forget that a simple “Thank You” is worth more than an expensive gift and elaborate dinner. Moms, especially, my own tribe of […]
*This post has affiliate links. It was a challenge to read Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign, and fight back the feeling of Monday Morning Quarterback. Even though I knew the outcome (life in a Trump Administration) Authors Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes tell the story in a fresh and compelling way. I […]
On April 21, audiences will take an epic journey into the wilds of China with Disneynature’s new True Life Adventure film “Born In China”. The seventh theatrical release for Disneynature follows the stories of three animal families to witness some of the most intimate moments ever captured in a nature film. Meet a doting panda bear mother guiding […]
The Boy is riding with me as I make multiple calls to different faith leaders, police officers, and contacts in the immigrant community. After one call, he says “Why are people stealing your immigrants’ ice?” Out of the mouth of teens. I explained that frozen water was not the problem, but that the Unites States […]