Langham Hotel – London

Posted on 23 June 2014

Old world charm meets new world decadence at the Langham hotel in London. Langham London is an icon among London hotels, and rightly so.  The legend of this hotel is true: impeccable service, restaurants, swimming pool and a full fitness center you won’t be disappointed. A walk through the lobby and halls will transform you […]

CoolBrew Coffee

Posted on 20 June 2014

Recently I had the chance to try out a cold brewed coffee called CoolBrew.  My first impression was the packaging looks a bit weird but once I tasted it I found out it’s high quality coffee.  This cold brewed coffee is very pure and in a concentrate form so you mix it with cold or hot water […]

Interview with the programming team at Nitehawk Cinema – NYC

Posted on 16 June 2014

1. Tell me your name, function at Nitehawk and how long you’ve been there: Caryn Coleman, Senior Film Programer/Communications: I’ve been part of the Nitehawk team since fall 2011. John Woods, Director of Programming and Acquisitions: I’ve been on board since the conceptual stages in January 2010. Max Cavanaugh, Technical Director / Film Programmer: I’ve […]

Jamie Hince @ The Morrison Hotel Gallery – NYC

Posted on 16 June 2014

On Tuesday, June 10th 2014 Morrison Hotel Gallery and animal charity Rational Animal present ECHO HOME premiered the photography exhibition of The Kills’ guitarist Jamie Hince at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in Soho, NYC. English guitarist, singer, and songwriter Jamie Hince is a trendsetting musician with a signature sensibility that encompasses grit, humor, and sultry […]

Alexandra Janelli – Theta Springs Hypnosis – NYC

Posted on 16 June 2014

I’ve generally been somewhat of a melancholic and anxious person, since my early twenties but the last two years have been particularly stressful for me.  Although I had seen different therapists over the years, and it did always feel good to walk out of a doctor’s office having gotten everything I was feeling off my […]

The Wellesley Hotel – London

Posted on 15 June 2014

The Wellesley is a gorgeous luxury boutique hotel situated in London’s exclusive Knightsbridge area. What was formerly an iconic jazz bar in the 1920′s is now a beautifully art deco inspired hotel landmark. The hotel features an indoor/outdoor lounge, a restaurant and a very attentive staff. We spoke with the Wellesley’s Chief Concierge Jim Cameron: […]

Cool Down at Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix

Posted on 10 June 2014

Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix is a large water park right outside of Phoenix and a short drive from Scottsdale. The water park has just opened for the summer season keeping locals and travelers alike cool under the sweltering heat of the Arizona sun. After coming from weather in the 60s in San Francisco to temperatures […]

Find a great doctor with the BetterDoctor health app

Posted on 02 June 2014

I was in a hurry to find a good doctor for my daughter and I stumbled upon a free website and mobile app called BetterDoctor.  At first I wasn’t sure about trusting this random app but I found that it actually had some great doctor listings with reviews and ratings all in one place.  I […]

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Art & Culture

Interview with the programming team at Nitehawk Cinema – NYC

Posted on 16 June 2014

1. Tell me your name, function at Nitehawk and how long you’ve been there: Caryn Coleman, Senior Film Programer/Communications: I’ve been part of the Nitehawk team since fall 2011. John Woods, Director of Programming and Acquisitions: I’ve been on board since the conceptual stages in January 2010. Max Cavanaugh, Technical Director / Film Programmer: I’ve […]

Eat & Drink

CoolBrew Coffee

Posted on 20 June 2014

Recently I had the chance to try out a cold brewed coffee called CoolBrew.  My first impression was the packaging looks a bit weird but once I tasted it I found out it’s high quality coffee.  This cold brewed coffee is very pure and in a concentrate form so you mix it with cold or hot water […]

Travel

Hempel Hotel – London

Posted on 25 June 2014

Review and Photos by The Cobrasnake

The Hempel is a really quiet hotel located in Paddington. It’s far away from everything. When you are inside it feels really relaxing. The reception is very quiet and clean -as is the rest of the hotel. The room was completely white. The bed was so big you could comfortably sleep 4 people.