Alice Olivia

16 Jul 19

Alice & Olivia

• Crew neck
• ¾ length sleeve
• Fitted
• Mini length
• Exposed back zipper closure
• 94% polyester 6% spandex
• Total length: 32 1/4”
• Fits true to size, take your normal size
• Model is 5’10” wearing a US Size 2
• Dry clean only
• Imported

16 Jul 19
Archy news nety

Kids may be gearing up to head but the box office boom doesn't stop in August. In fact, August has come to be a calendar of recent years, with huge opening weekends for movies like Suicide Squad (2016) and Guardians of the Galaxy (2014). This year should be no exception given the blockbusters on the […]

16 Jul 19

  The weekend of 28th-30th June saw the return of the Great Exhibition Road Festival, a celebration of art and science, enjoyed by around 50,000 members of the public each year. Scientists and artists from the Illuminations collaboration came together to showcase work in progress, and deliver both art and science workshops at the festival.  […]

15 Jul 19
Christina Ayoleke

Largely in part due to my shape (an inverted triangle with some fluff in the middle), I’m the kind of gal who tends to opt for dresses more so than pants. The warmest season of the year is the perfect time to do is, especially when dealing with the near unbearable New York City summer […]

15 Jul 19
Ahavel Aborishade

Originally published on In today’s world, women are creating a movement to inspire each other and lift women leaders in the workplace. Also, more women are turning away from traditional jobs and instead pursuing entrepreneurship. The reactions to women career empowerment on Twitter and Instagram have titled the movement #bossbabe. As an active admirer of the […]

15 Jul 19

Summer is passing us by in a whirlwind of outdoor activities, social events and if you’re lucky, a few getaways. The last thing any of us want to be worried about while we are living our best summer lives is what to wear. So, I’ll just lay it all out on the table for this […]

15 Jul 19
Cloud Arke

Summery and bold floral print dress

15 Jul 19

I get questions from people all the time who want to move to LA. I also get compliments on actually moving out here. What people do not get is that it is not easy to pick up your life and just up and move. And on top of that, it’s not just the newness of […]

15 Jul 19
Thornfield Hall: A Book Blog

When it’s 90 before noon you might get claustrophobic in the air-conditioned house. But if you get up early enough, you can sit outdoors, or at least on the porch, with a good book and a glass of iced tea.   You’ll feel like a character in a hot Southern novel, perhaps by Eudora Welty or […]

15 Jul 19
Red Lips and Bibliomaniacs

Well, isn’t life funny? Right when I decided I’m going to swear-off thrillers after I’m done with my current TBRs, Sandie Jones’s latest, which was on top of that pile, managed to knock socks right off my feet! Going in, I didn’t even have high expectations for The First Mistake. I read Jones’s much raved […]

14 Jul 19
E. Denise Billups, Writer

  On a dark midwinter’s night in an ancient inn on the river Thames, an extraordinary event takes place. The regulars are telling stories to while away the dark hours, when the door bursts open on a grievously wounded stranger. In his arms is the lifeless body of a small child. Hours later, the girl […]

14 Jul 19
Daily Republic

Samantha Clancy, of Boylston, was selected to attend the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar (MA HOBY) held June 7 to 9, at Bentley University, Waltham. Clancy, a sophomore, represented Tahanto Regional Middle/High School and is the daughter of Bill and Jean Clancy. Jacqueline Cannon, of Lancaster, was named to the dean’s list at College of […]

14 Jul 19

  Today I’m sharing another selection of mini book reviews as I try to catch up. I LOVED all four of these books so wanted to make sure I shared my thoughts here.   Watching You by Lisa Jewell This book is such a brilliant psychological thriller. From the title you can guess that someone […]