5 & A Dime

5 & A Dime (Greg Kantor) is no new kid when it comes to the music scene. His career started in 2009 when he was just a freshman in college. Realizing the Greek scene wasn’t for him he started making his first album while his friends were rushing: “I tried to rush a fraternity but…



While wandering the streets of Brooklyn (post Smorgasburg), we stumbled into the unassuming Congress Bar. I immediately noticed the perfect lighting and simple, non-imposing decorations. What won me over, though, were the personable bartenders and the killer list of cocktails and bloodies (I also appreciated their selection of beers). Located in Cobble Hill, on Court Street,…



Two weeks ago, I ventured down to New York City for a weekend of friends, blogging and photo shoots. Liz, my gracious host, was my first friend at Gettysburg College (we make sure everyone knows it too)! During my four day stay, we managed to tour a solid portion of the city, attend the Caked…



I just got back to Boston after an incredible weekend in NYC. While I was there I was able to meet up with some old friends, make some new ones, and take fabulous pictures to share with all of you. This first post is from our Sunday excursion featuring Ashli and photos by Eric Lee… Details


Meet Sam Kopelman (aka Branchez), a New York native who has been pursuing his passion for music since middle school. Most of you probably know of Branchez from his remix of What So Not’s “High You Are” which, truth be told, is still a favorite of mine. He has been killing it all over the…



For Marathon Monday (Patriot’s Day), my friends and I made some delicious, home-made guacamole and quesadillas. Okay… so maybe Heather did most of the work and Anya and I just drank wine and ate and watched. Regardless, it was delicious. Below are the pictures I took to document the master at work.   *Like this…