Happy Passover - Happy Easter! As always, I focus on the sugary for these joyous holidays - chocolate treats that promise even sweeter days in the spring and summer to come.
"What happened here?" I asked the clerk. "That's your senior discount," she replied. "The first Tuesday of every month is Senior Discount Day. I just figured--." She hesitated. "Yes, that's fine," I said quickly. I wasn't about to turn down a 10-percent discount. But the fact that she "figured" I was eligible just by looking at me was, well, unexpected.
I'm immediately accosted by noise. Several talking toys are going off unprompted. Speakers blare children's music that sounds like Mickey Mouse Club on meth. Somewhere a child screams bloody murder.
I was reminded of Soho and the Lower East Side as I thought about the Elton John/Dolce & Gabbana fiasco boycott.
Today's empowered, connected consumers demand navigating the evolving path to purchase through multiple, predominantly digital touch points -- sources they refer to before, during and after shopping.
Fast forward to 2015 and now we couldn't imagine our beauty routine without it. Here, our must-have oil cleansers, moisturizers, defrizzers, and anti-agers--and how to use them.
I have enough close friends with children whose milestones have, like Hannah's, not been reached, to know that I am not the only one who finds birthdays hard.
One of my favorite things about Tokyo is that a five-minute train ride can land you in what feels like an entirely new country.
Shopping for eggs? Better bring a glossary.
Being a two-dad family, it was a little annoying to see yet one more thing that made us feel invisible. However, we were still jumping through hoops to complete our adoption, and advocating in our home state to legalize same-sex marriage. We had more important battles to wage.
I was sitting on my bed, struggling to keep my eyes open as the sun began to light up the corners of my room. Both of my parents sat down on my mattress and gently broke the news to me. We were surrounded by petal pink walls and dollhouses, but the softness of the room couldn't contain my shock.
I shop a lot. I mean A LOT. While I am out shopping, I commonly see people trying on various clothing items asking someone else or standing in front o...
What's the best way to take home a piece of the magic when you visit Walt Disney World? A souvenir, naturally.
If there is one thing in abundance in Detroit, it's saviors. From financiers to philanthropists to entrepreneurs, we have as many saviors as we do vacant lots. As a recovering participant in the "save Detroit" movement, let me tell you there is no one person, no one plan, no one answer for Detroit. And, more importantly Detroit doesn't need to be saved.
I was at the grocery store the other day and needed to buy some peanut butter. However, as I walked through the store I could not seem to find where the peanut butter was located.
Astrologers have searched the sky for answers to many of life's biggest questions for centuries: What's my purpose? Is all this kale making me healthy? Is this the year I meet the lumbersexual of my dreams?