BY Meg Zulch
on Sep 12, 2014
Have you ever felt uncomfortable taking a cab with a male driver? How would you feel if another lady was driving instead?
Starting Sept. 16, a new cab service called SheRides will be offering cab services for ladies only through their app (which will be available in the Apple Store). Available in Westchester, Long Island and the NYC area, the cabs will be driven by female drivers donning pink scarves, and cater to women exclusively. Read More
BY Elle Brosh
on Feb 28, 2014
When the weather is just straight up abominable, and you’re sick of sitting inside watching the HBO-GO dial spin until kingdom come, well sometimes it helps to go thrifting. We know that it can be a total drag to sift through thousands of army jackets and Christmas sweaters, so here are a few fun thrift stores around NYC and Brooklyn that will surely make up for the chapped noses and frozen toes.
1.) SHAREEN VINTAGE NYC
The pink dress hanging from the fire escape outside of Shareen Vintage is your beacon of hope for the springtime. Read More
BY niesha sharay
on Aug 19, 2011
Think summer camp is only about polar bear swimming and making ugly jewelry out of macaroni noodles? Think again my friend. Straight out of the suburbs of Chicago, Gadget Camp is a hands on camp that empowers young girls by encouraging careers in the world of manufacturing. Although there are nearly 14 million unemployed Americans today, many consider a career in manufacturing unappealing, and those who don’t are rarely suited for the work.
“The perception is that there are no jobs in manufacturing,” said Susan H. Read More