Solo travel is a great way to get in touch with your inner self and explore a destination on your own terms. Traveling alone however comes with its own set of risk factors, safety being the major one. Although you can get robbed (or worse) anywhere in the world, some countries tend to be safer than others. This is even more so for women vacationers … Continue reading The Top 5 Destinations for Women Travelers
Just in, Róisín O, Irish singer-songwriter, will be unveiling the music video for her latest ‘Hold On’. According to a press release via the singer’s management, the video is directed and edited by Simon Eustace, and features Aaron Heffernan (Love/Hate), Mirjana Rendulic, Geraldine McAlinden & Colin Condon. Talking about Hold On, Róisín O explains: “Sometimes our minds take us to dark places and it gets hard to … Continue reading Music That Makes You Shiver: Róisín O
Lauratenshi’s wearing a polka dot turquoise Blue OASAP Dress with matching shoes and a Marilyn Monroe purse. Angeliquec’s wearing a aquamarine thrifted vintage cardigan, an off white skirt, black primark top, black primark heels, and brown Zara belt. AnnikaVictoria in a camel high waist circle skirt, crimson pleated sheer red tie front blouse, black leaf patterned stockings, ruby red heels, and a red satchel bag. Continue reading Street Style face-off: Vintage Fashionistas
This is one of my favorite songs by European Pop group The Saturdays. ‘Missing You‘ is a mix between electro pop and dance, and I love the beach setting in the video. Check it out, it’s my flash back video and soothing song of the day. Continue reading VOP Up! The Saturdays ‘Missing You’
Immigration has to be the most contentious topic of discussion in America. It ends up being like the bus chronicles. On one hand, filled with crazies who have nothing but vitriol to spew, conversely intellectuals who think they know best. People literally squirm in their seats, and fart while at it so you best have one of this to aerate the chair. It’s that serious!
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I guess as long as Rihanna continues to defy all sense of normalcy she’ll always be leading the pack when it comes to controversial music and videos. In her latest work of art (or weirdness) safely titled “We Found Love,” the pop star portrays a European gal living a wild and risky lifestyle, but that’s not the part that has critics riled up. Besides the evident fact that the male lead in the video has somewhat of a slight resemblance to r&b/pop crooner Chris Brown (must be the horrific bleached blonde hair), there are several scenes depicting heated arguments between the two characters, particularly the one taking place in their car. This led many (excluding me) to believe that Continue reading “Rihanna, at the center of controversy again”
What’s better than beautiful women in a dramatic setting singing a bittersweet song? Well, The Saturdays deliver that plus one in their latest music video for “My Heart Takes Over.” This group is known for their heavy pop/dance numbers but often times slows down the pace with these mid-tempo balladry. The new single is about coping with a failing relationship you’ve invested a lot in. … Continue reading The Saturdays “My Heart Takes Over”