The third week of The Bachelor begins with all the ladies commiserating on the couch, as per usual. Chris Hanson arrives in his best color block shirt to tell them that this week, like all other weeks that came before it, will be two solo dates and one group date. Thanks for that, Chris.
The episode begins with all of the ladies chilling by the pool, discussing how jealous they are that Clare gets to go on the first 1:1 date with Juan Pablo.
Season 18 of The Bachelor debuted earlier this week, and myself – along with millions of other disillusioned Americans – watched with a mixture of delight and disgust as 27 single women threw themselves at the sexy Juan Pablo Galavis.
It’s that time of year again! One of the best things about Christmas (besides those sweet porcelain villages complete with a horse-drawn carriage, woman in a petticoat and a town crier standing outside the church) is the music.
Sure, everybody has their favorite Christmas jingle, but have you actually listened to the lyrics of some of these songs?
News flash: Paul Walker is not up in heaven reading your Tweets and status updates. Even when he was alive he probably wasn’t doing that. And, more than likely, his loved ones aren’t sitting on Facebook reading them – they are probably at home planning his services and grieving their asses off.
What is it about fall that makes us feel so warm and fuzzy inside? Something about that reliable ol’ autumnal equinox turns even the most jaded of New Yorkers into smiling Pashmina wearers, and the most unfit New Englanders into hiking extraordinaires.
Last weekend, 20-year-old Olivia Rotondo and 23-year-old Jeffrey Russ died of alleged Molly overdoses sustained at Electric Zoo Festival on Randall’s Island, NY.
Remember when George McFly told us, “If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything?” Well, he was lying. Hey, youth of America, a word of advice: if you want to succeed, don’t go to college.
Join us for Exploria, a new series that essentially lets three local lushes take to the streets and find out what’s so special about this melting pot of western Queens we call home. This week we tackle Sanfords Restaurant – a 75-year-old establishment and one of the hottest brunch spots on Broadway.
Remember when people really liked Taylor Swift? When she first burst onto the music scene back in 2006, fans instantly related to her honest lyrics and down to earth personality. Girls wanted to be her best friend and guys wanted to bring her home to mom. She even beat out Beyonce for Best Female Video at the 2009 VMAs (much to the chagrin of Kanye West). And then she got, umm, kind of annoying.