“Designer Alexandria got sweet revenge and redemption. She took home the best look last night and she had a smile plastered on her face ear to ear and kept cutting her eyes over at Ken the whole time. Heh. Remember, last week, they had to work together and did not partner well at all. It was a big time disaster for them last week. Her win last night had me grinning as well.”—Project Runway Goes Glamping, Season 12
If you’re a fan of the roaring Twenties or even just ol’ Leo, you’ve probably marked your calendar for tomorrow’s release of The Great Gatsby’s. Hotels are getting in on it, too, with posh, themed packages.
Carol Marks's insight:
Love the roaring 20s. Can’t wait for this latest version of the movie.
We’re coming up on summer festival season, but I’m not going to tell you about the ones everyone knows about. I’m talking about the quirky events that really reflect the local culture and history. Ever heard someone making music from a washboard?
Scripps Unveils 2013 Plans For Travel Channel, Food Network & HGTV Deadline.com Travel Channel is embarking on its post-Anthony Bourdain life by adding four new series to its 2013 programming slate, which was unveiled today as part of Scripps…
“Whether I’m going to Birmingham for a night or on a Mediterranean honeymoon cruise, I can’t go anywhere without my Mary Kay roll-up bag. It’s a travel accessory I can’t live without. I’m sure there are a million-and-one other brands of roll-up”—A Review Of My Go-To Travel Accessory, The Roll-Up Bag
“Lately, I’ve seen where bloggers are posting pictures of their handbags and its contents. I don’t know why but I find this fascinating and wanted to try it too. The first blogger I saw who did this was Halcyon Days. Then my favorite travel blogger”—Looking Inside My Handbag
“The first step is to connect with people online, even complete strangers. I find Twitter to be especially useful in this regard, but many social media channels will do fine. Making meaningful connections builds a great network.”—
“Emma’s Tea Room started hosting the Nashville style format of Songwriter Rounds in December of 2012. A round consists of three artists performing a few of their songs mixed with a little bit of storytelling.”—Visit Emma’s Tear Room Blog