Every watch iCarly? Victorious? Come on…admit it. These Nickelodeon classics are this decade’s Happy Days, Full House and Wonder Years rolled into one. And if you haven’t seen it, your kids or grandchildren definitely have.
The cobblestone past of Boston’s Beacon Hill could practically be a history lesson in American high society. As one of the city’s oldest and most affluent neighborhoods, it was home to many of America’s first movers and shakers, including writers Louisa May Alcott and Robert Frost, artist John Singleton Copley, architect Charles Bulfinch and patriots and statesmen such as John Hancock, William Prescott and Henry Cabot Lodge
October is flying faster than a witch on a broom and we have already reached our 3rd round of the Halloween candy battle. (Click for Round One & Two) All of the sweet candies, Starburst, Sour Patch Kids, Twizzlers, Mike & Ike, Pop Rocks, Nerds, and Jolly Ranchers, have been knocked out and only chocolate ones remain but which will reign supreme as the ultimate people’s choice? You will soon find out but until then help us decide which two deserve a spot at the final face off.
Suburban life is all I have ever known and I couldn’t imagine it any other way. I was born and raised in Livingston, NJ and now live in West Orange, NJ. Grass, trees and non mass transit is what I know and love. As a self admitted shopping addict there is something special about having access to suburban malls. I know every crook and cranny of The Mall at Short Hills and could complete a full fledged shopping spree with my eyes closed.
Guest Blog Post By Carly Feryus As summer comes to a close, thousands of young adults are preparing to leave the nest and start a new life at college. Leaving home is an exciting time but sometimes trying time. For many college students, this is their first adventure away from parents and the comforts of [...]