You already know New England is gorgeous in November, when the leaves turn golden and the air smells like Fall. What you may not know is that the stretch between that and the first snow can be the best time to go—no crowds, eerily beautiful bare-branch landscapes, and bargain prices on the cutest little inns you’ll ever see.
Thanksgiving is a holiday so nice, I say we should celebrate it twice -- once with friends and once with family. This year we're kicking it off with a Friendsgiving with some of my favorite food friends here online and we're sharing some recipes for Thursday's feast.
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Halloween is actually a very grown-up holiday—sure, the kids get candy and it's the perfect excuse to dress up your dog like a taco; but the eerie, mysterious atmosphere of the evening is something you can't really take advantage of until you're an adult (as in costumes+cocktails=great). That said, it's time to up the Halloween game, don't you think?
Someone please, please throw a bucket of water on us. We're melting. The sudden heatwave this last week has got us fired up in a big way. We did everything we could to fight it, but mostly these efforts were thwarted by a kind of confused haze.
True, one might say it's just a tiny bit traitorous, but now that the Fourth festivities are over, we're heading across the pond to partake in a little sporting event called Wimbledon. That is, we're doing so on Pinterest at least.
When June rolls around, no matter what the weather is actually doing, we can't help but be in a sunshine state of mind. It makes us question how people can live anywhere there isn't 365-day beach access, or why we ever need to take off our favorite sunnies, ever.