Dr Pepper is market testing a new diet soda: Pepper 10. The name refers to the ten (manly) calories packed into the diet drink. Pepper 10 and Diet Dr Pepper are almost identical on the inside, with Pepper 10 containing a blend of sweeteners including high-fructose corn syrup, acesulfame potassium and aspartame and has 10 calories. Diet Dr Pepper is made with aspartame and has 0 calories. There's really one only key difference between the traditional Diet Dr and ... Read More
 MNDR, MAKE OUT, Val-Inc, and DJ Designer Imposter are all performing this Saturday at the Ace Hotel in NYC. MAKE OUT released their debut EP “How To” this Tuesday, February 22, featuring three tracks, “I Don’t Want Anybody That Wants Me,” “What U Doing Later?” and “True Love Is Just Too Hard To Find.” This free event will be from 11 PM to 4 AM and is co-hosted by Kim Thompson of KTMUSIC. RSVP Here! Ace ... Read More
I love many things in life, but two of my favorites are cute things and tea, which makes Andrews and Dunham Damn Fine Tea now among my favorite favorites. Their unique blends of (delish!) tea are packaged in adorable tins with motifs like Star Wars, Chinese New Year, and mermaids! Sadly, all their teas are limited edition, but I think it would be totally awesome to build up a cute little tin collection after you've finished your teas. Check out some of their ... Read More
 36-year-old Justine Siegal was the first woman to pitch for Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians at spring training batting practice this Monday. Although she now lives in Springfield, Massachusetts, she grew up in Cleveland rooting for the Indians.  Justine is the Founder and Executive Director of Baseball for All  “a nonprofit organization that provides meaningful opportunities and instruction in baseball, especially for girls. ... Read More
In honor of the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day, three globally conscious salons will be donating 100% of their proceeds to Next Aid on March 8th, 2011. Next Aid’s Beauty and the Beats supports projects in Africa, including the construction of a facility for a street youth project in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya and the establishment of maternal health programs for women and girls in Sierra Leone.  Here in NYC, Fringe Salon in the ... Read More