From left to right: 1) The romantic back patio at Frenchie. 2) Went back in time for brunch in Somerville. 3) Planning my 2018 travel has me very excited for the new year. 4) Smoking cocktails at Earl’s Prudential. 5) Claire Ashley’s mammoth exhibit at BU. 6) Duck confit hash from Frenchie’s brunch menu.
I discovered Baltimore while visiting a college friend and immediately fell in love with the dynamic city. Though not known for tourism, Charm City has a lot to offer both culturally and culinarily. Where to Stay I stayed with my friend but there are lots of unique neighborhoods begging you to rent an Airbnb. Federal…Read More
In this look I’m taking my favorite elements of schoolgirl style, plaid, turtlenecks, and neutrals, and upgrading them with a sophisticated sheath silhouette. Full disclosure I borrowed this dress from my photographer Rebecca Gatto, she’s a full service gal! As an on-the-run journalist I find myself more and more trying to accommodate function into my…Read More
From left to right: 1) Classing up an evening at home with a customized Willow Tree pie. 2) Sunrise over the Prudential Center. 3) Little journalist, big world. 4) Pineland Farms in Portland, Maine. 5) All the major Thanksgiving food groups. 6) My idea of a healthy breakfast.
Every year my cousin Ava and I go on a self-guided chocolate tour of Boston’s Back Bay. It’s an easy way to hit all the major sites, and chocolate shops, that the historic neighborhood has to offer. It makes for a delicious few hours, and you can go home with goodies! Stop One: Beacon Hill…Read More
While touring the Portland, Maine food scene with Visit Portland, I stayed at the Westin Portland Harborview, a beautiful property in the middle of downtown. Portland is such a walkable city, and there’s no better starting point than the Westin. Just across Congress Street is the Portland Art Museum and two blocks to the left is…Read More