BY Elle Brosh
on Jul 04, 2014
The Fourth of July, or what I like to call, the holiday where I take a day off to eat BBQ, drink margaritas, and wear primary colors, is one of my favorite days of the year. It goes without saying that this is not because I feel inclined to celebrate a bunch of white guys in wigs and the beginning of colonial America. As a matter of fact, neither do I enjoy U.S. Read More
BY Hallie Marks
on Jul 02, 2013
The Fourth of July is great for many reasons. First, there's the obvious: America! Woo. Then, there's the fact that holidays, especially national holidays that celebrate how great we are, are usually accompanied by parties. And what's better than a party? A party with a theme! And on the Fourth, you can probably guess what the dress code will be.
Still looking to find your reds, whites, and blues to rock? Look no further! We've compiled a list of 10 essentials, including shoes, shorts, tops, and fab gear for you to rock this holiday and all summer long.
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BY Intern Tessa
in Eat Me
on Jul 03, 2012
With Fourth of July celebrations coming up tomorrow, we know you’re excited and hungry. And on that note, we are providing you with some food ideas for your barbecues and other forms of celebration. We picked up these delicious, simple recipes for veggies, ribs, sauce and dessert from different websites, so feel free to head over to their pages for print outs. If you're only looking to browse, check out their directions we've included below. Eat like an American!
Grilled vegetables are always tasty, especially in the summer. Read More
BY Intern Christina
on Jul 03, 2012
By nightfall tomorrow, there will undoubtedly be someone near you lighting things on fire. But it won't be scary arson or a boy scout gone rogue; it will be patriotic. The fourth of July is the one day out of the year on which we all collectively decide that blowing things up in the sky, purely for amusement, is one hundred percent okay. Unless you live in a state where it's only sort of okay. How un-American!
I live right on the border between New Jersey and Pennsylvania, on the New Jersey side, where it looks like my state is head-butting Pennsylvania. Read More