The Giraffe Man

Thump, Thump, Thump, What is that noise? Thump, Thump, Thump, Seriously, what is that? Thump, Thump, Thump, Where is that coming from??? Thump, Thump, Thump, It's right behind you, or beside you... Thump! Thump! Thump! It's all around you! It has you! THUMP! THUMP! THUMP! The Giraffe Man has come for your soul! No ones knows... Continue Reading →

A Love Letter to Snow From the City of Boston

Dear Snow, You are beautiful. No really. I don't want to mince words so I said it clearly and concisely. In case you missed it, I'll say it again (louder!) YOU. ARE. BEAU-TI-FUL! Period. A short while ago, I was feeling lonely. To be honest, I was a bit dirty as well, which in hindsight may have... Continue Reading →

Mobile: A Hate Story

The longer The Internship continued, the more uninterested Jack became. He hadn't heard great things about the film but his love of Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson had piqued his interest enough to push play. Now, after an increasingly dull 30 minutes, Jack grew restless. Squirming uncomfortably, he desperately tried to find the perfect. Just... Continue Reading →

Candy Crush Commuters

The Silver Line bus wasn't as crowded as the T had been but it was still standing room only. Pressed firmly between a door and a lawyer's oversized book bag, reading was out of the question. Alertly, I squeezed my oversize book back into my TIMBUK2 bag and pulled out my smartphone; it was time for a... Continue Reading →

The Agony and the Ecstasy

If you are like me, you are eternally curious. You want to know the who, what, when and wheres but above all you always ask why, even if your answer to the question is frequently why not. You're like a little kid that failed to properly mature so you constantly find yourself acting impulsively and saying... Continue Reading →

Emotionally Stunted

You stand in front of your speckled living room windowpane, window cracked, and breathe in the fresh, crisp city air as you scan the familiar perimeter. Coffee in hand and a full day in wait, a Friday no less, you sigh in anticipation of what is to come - the distance to cloud nine fast-diminishing.... Continue Reading →


The house lights go down as the crowd, packed liked sardines in a fresh sea of blackness, gasps and focuses all attention on a dark, barren stage. 5 seconds pass. 10 seconds pass. Nothing happens but the crowd is not concerned as the silence continues to grow. 15 seconds pass. The collective gasp that initially... Continue Reading →

Nicole Brooker: Mullen

Every advertiser has that aha moment where they can look back and say it was then that they knew which area of advertising was for them. For Nicole Brooker, Senior Brand Strategist at Boston based agency Mullen, it took interning in account management and a chance introduction to change course. Meet Nicole. You'll be happy... Continue Reading →


As a proud Bostonian, here is my experience during the sad Boston Marathon weekend... Copley Square, Saturday (10 P.M.)     Late Saturday evening, I headed to downtown Boston to meet up with friends. My friend Maria had suggested Lolita, which I had been to before and I knew to be great, so I headed... Continue Reading →

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