The Chefs Collaborative Cookbook

Sustainability. Growing and shopping locally. The health and economic benefits of organic produce. These are all red-hot topics and catchy buzzwords right now when you’re talking about food. Eating sustainably, shopping locally, and supporting local businesses can be a tricky equation when you’re not really educated on the “locavore” conversation. The Chefs Collaborative Cookbook makes it […]

Read Along With Our Summer Reading List

We’re not in middle school anymore, so the phrase “summer reading list” has no business dragging up old anxieties about deadlines, essays, or teacher mandates. The best summer reading list is equal parts educational, relaxing, and fun. From indulging in beach reads to catching up on the year’s hottest new titles, summer gives you every […]

Frank N. Stein

In case you were wondering, Frank N. Stein is not a love story. Not that you will ever wonder. But just in case you picked up a copy of NJ artist Edward Dippolito’s grim comic book expecting a heartwarming romance, you will be shot down immediately with the series’ sarcastic tag line. You could just […]

The Statistical Probability of Love At First Sight

Do you believe in fate? Destiny? Love at first sight? For some hopeless romantics out there, these lofty concepts make the endless quest for a “perfect” romance totally worth it. Others among us are probably disillusioned with the hackneyed ways these ideas are talked about. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer […]

The Glitz…The Glamour…The Great Gatsby!

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby was one of my favorite novels in high school. As a fourteen-year-old hopeless romantic, I remember feeling an overwhelming sense of awe for the figure of Gatsby– a man so in love with a woman that he created an entire persona and empire to be near that woman…to finally […]

Man Of The Hour

I’ll let you in on one of my secrets: no matter how swamped I’ve ever been in one of my literature classes, I’ve always made time to read comic books. They keep my brain sane and entertained. I started reading comic books when I was 8 years old and found boxes of my mom’s old […]

The Lowdown on ‘The Lo-Down’

Allow me a second to explain: classes are back in full swing, and I’m already feeling the pressure of keeping up with copious academic readings. (There are only so many PDFs of Austrian philosophical critique a girl can take.) Light, mindless reading is my personal equivalent of watching guilty pleasure reality TV. So, desperate for […]