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Author Archives: Melody Godfred
More and more, when two people are in a room, at a dinner, or even in bed, they are actually engaging in a ménage à trois (or quatre). That’s because one or both people also happen to be on their … Continue reading
Every now and then comes a film that will change your life. Interestingly, Audrey Tautou happens to be in most of them. The star of Amelie is the lead in Mood Indigo, Michel Gondry’s first French language film. Simply put, … Continue reading
Not many people have their birthdays celebrated posthumously, but not many people are William Shakespeare. Interestingly enough, his birth date is a mere approximation, since we aren’t sure exactly when he was born. Here are some other interesting facts you … Continue reading
Fellow consumerists, it’s time for reform. A few weeks ago, I was watching a TV show (House of Lies, to be exact) when a song played during the closing credits that I fell in love with. It’s a feeling I … Continue reading
One of my biggest pet peeves is when someone sends out a mass emails but doesn’t BCC (blind carbon copy) the email addresses. With one click, not only do they share your email address with the world (making it susceptible … Continue reading
Meet Maram Nassar. Up until last year, Maram was working at a big, corporate entertainment company doing marketing and promotions. And she was great at it. And she didn’t even hate it. But she wasn’t quite passionate about it. Always … Continue reading
For a long time, the word manifesto got a bad wrap. Only communists and serial killers seemed to use them. Thankfully, these days many of our favorite businesses have them, including lululemon and of course, Jonathan Adler. Jonathan Adler believes … Continue reading
There was a time, not so long ago, when we would memorialize our deepest secrets in diaries. These diaries were hidden from view, tucked away under beds and at times even locked. Not anymore. More and more people are turning … Continue reading
Cards Against Humanity is a card game. As its website explains, “Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.” The game is actually quite simple. There … Continue reading