Discovered: Cereal Killer Cafe

Located in East End, London, Cereal Killer Cafe sells over 120 different types of cereal from around the world. The eatery is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and much of the decor is reminiscent of the 80s and 90s; the restaurant seems to have a highly nostalgic feeling.

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Guest Edit: Music Mania

By Sara Fredrickson Energizing, entertaining, moving, healing, inspiring, and even irritating. Music is all of these things and more as it plays into the stories of our lives. We can relate to the declarations of love, the pleas of forgiveness, and the angst it cries out. Often times, we love a song simply because we

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Toupees and Hair Gel and Grey, Oh My!

When I first published this blog post, I could not decide whether to categorize it under beauty or current events. If I had the opportunity to interview Donald Trump’s hair stylist (or toupee maker?) I would jump at the chance.

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In Conversation with Nate Koach of Suburban Riot

Spotted on everyone from Beyoncé to Kate Hudson to Rachel McAdams, Suburban Riot’s designs are everywhere. Founded by Nate Koach and Jason Reed, who both grew up in Oregon, Suburban Riot’s pieces are sold in several stores, including Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, along with many boutiques across the country.

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Insider’s Guide to Malibu

I first met Bo McIlwaine when I was in 8th grade; I had just transferred schools, and she welcomed me with open arms. We quickly became friends and share lots of similar interests. Bo is one of the kindest, funniest, smartest, and most interesting people I have ever met, and I am so excited to feature

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What Is Feminism?

Many people have preconceived notions about what being a feminist truly means, and before attending an all-girls high school, I possessed a very inaccurate idea of what the now dubbed “F-Word” actually is.

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The Genius of “Hamilton”

Earlier this year, I had the amazing opportunity to see “Hamilton” at Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City. Inspired by the 2004 biography Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow, “Hamilton” brilliantly tells a well-known historical story by using modern influences, such as hip-hop and rap with witty lines that go so quickly it is almost difficult to catch every

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Travel Thursday: Cuixmala

Located on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, far from many popular resort towns, is a beautiful eco-resort called Cuixmala. First converted into a hotel in 2009 by James Goldsmith, who previously owned the land, Cuixmala has several amazing, colorful villas and casitas.

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