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Comment on cannellini aglio e olio by Mimi

Those cannellinis look so perfect! may ask what brand of canned beans you used? Thank you!
Tags: Food, Mimi


Vacation Notice

The Jewish holiday of Pesach runs through April 27th. JJ took advantage of the Air New Zealand business class glitch and is down under for the holiday. He’s spending a few weeks in and around Melbourne, Sydney, Cairns, and Tasmania, following part of the itinerary Mimi and I did 9 years ago. I’m booked after Pesach on […]
Tags: Deals, Tasmania, Air New Zealand, Mimi, Pesach, Site Announcements, Melbourne Sydney Cairns


Luxe on a Dime: 15 High/Low Hacks for Using Marble Scraps, from the Remodelista Archives

Lately one high/low hack has been popping up everywhere we look: using bits and pieces of discarded or leftover marble around the house for a luxe look on a budget. Case in point: When we wrote about this Two-Week, $1,000, 500-Square-Foot Rental Overhaul in Bushwick, Brooklyn, design student Kristina Line revealed that she scoured nearby marble scrap yards for unwanted pieces to create shelving and backsplashes in her DIY apartment; the restauranteurs behind the design-forward Portuguese wine ba...
Tags: Books, New York, Budget, Diy, Greece, Matthew Williams, France, New York City, Vienna, Paris, Manhattan, Diy Projects, Auckland, Lisbon, Bushwick, Marble


Brazil Experiential Travel Guide: 18 Things to Do, See and Eat + 2 Week Itinerary

Are you interested in traveling to Brazil, but only have a limited amount of time? Maybe you have a couple of weeks and you feel overwhelmed by Brazil's size and variety of destinations. Don't worry, we've been there. That’s why we created this Brazil Experiential Travel Guide to get you started in organizing and planning your own trip. Admiring Rio de Janeiro: jungle, coast and city all in one. Early in our around-the-world journey, we spent fifteen months traveling through Latin America...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Japan, Australia, Eu, Unesco, Paraguay, West Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Rio De Janeiro, South America, Christ, Latin America, Mother Nature, Bolivia


Davelle: 13 Ideas to Steal from New York’s Tiniest Jewelbox Restaurant

A magic thing about New York is the way that, every now and then, you stumble upon a little jewel box—a room, a restaurant—on a side street, behind an innocuous storefront, where you least expect it. When Julie and I both spotted a photo of Davelle, a new restaurant on the Lower East Side, a while back, it seemed just that sort of small gem: not much from the outside—easy, even, to walk by, if its grate were pulled across the front its narrow shopfront—but inside, a bright and thoughtful little ...
Tags: Books, Japan, New York, NYC, Restaurants, New York City, Czech Republic, Manhattan, Japanese, Mimi, Lower East Side, Julie, Mika, Small-Space Living, Design Travel, Restaurant Visit


LHHATL Season 8 Super Trailer: Rasheeda Embraces Kirk’s Love Child, Mimi Fumes Over Stevie J’s New Wife Faith Evans & More

One of the cornerstones of modern ratchet reality TV, Mona Scott-Young’s ground-breaking Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, is back for an eighth season.While the show has had moments that will live on in infamy, the last few seasons have been weak as the core cast has either moved on or been kicked off from the show.Watch the trailer for Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 8 below: In the super trailer for season 8, we get a glimpse of the many plotlines Mona and VH1 are threading for viewers this season. They...
Tags: Videos, Celebs, Television, Atlanta, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Spice, Mona, Trending, Kirk, Mimi, Faith Evans, Stevie, Jasmine, Tommie


Comment on confetti cookies by Mimi

I JUST made these. Used dark green, lime green and white sprinkles for St. Patrick’s Day. Festive, but not nearly as much work as rolled and frosted cookies! My house smells like a bakery.
Tags: Food, Mimi


New Music: Mariah Carey Feat. Stefflon Don “A No No (Remix)”

A week after dropping the video for her Caution single “A No No,” Mariah Carey updates the track. For its official remix, Mimi taps U.K. star Stefflon Don to hop on the record which samples Lil’ Kim and Lil’ Cease’s ’90s classic “Crush On You.” Continue after the jump…. New Music: Mariah Carey Feat. Stefflon Don – “A No No (Remix)” Previously: Mariah Carey – “A No No” (Video) Mariah Carey Performs “With You” on Good Morning America (Video) Mariah Carey & Ty Dolla Sign Perform “The Dista...
Tags: Jazz, Kim, Mariah Carey, New Music, Mimi, Stefflon Don, A No No, Rick Mariah Carey, Mariah Carey Feat Stefflon Don


10 Design Ideas to Steal from Verjus in San Francisco

Traveling through Europe in recent years, designer Lindsay Tusk and chef Michael Tusk noticed “different variations on the same theme” of an informal and energetic style of dining in Paris, Venice, and San Sebastian Gambero. So the Tusks, known in San Francisco for their restaurants Quince and Cotogna, came up with the idea for Verjus, a bar à vin and cave à manger (eat-in cellar) with a “high-fidelity atmosphere full of gusto, spontaneity, and excitement,” says Lindsay Tusk. An all-day menu wit...
Tags: Europe, Books, New York, Milan, California, France, Restaurants, US, San Francisco, Paris, Venice, Parma, Tusk, Benjamin Moore, San Francisco Bay Area, Tiles


New Video: Mariah Carey “A No No”

Mariah Carey goes for a ride in the music video for her single, “A No No.” The singing diva hops on a train, that turns out to be quite a mobile party. Stunning and glowing as always, Mimi takes in fun even bringing her twin kids, Moroccan and Monroe, for the trip. Sampling Lil’ Kim and Lil’ Cease’s “Crush On You,” “A No No” appears on Carey’s Caution LP, released last year. Continue after the jump…. Previously: Mariah Carey Performs “With You” on Good Morning America (Video) Mariah ...
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Kim, Mariah Carey, Mimi, Monroe, Carey, Rick Mariah Carey


AK Monthly Recap: February 2019

What’s the best thing that could have happened this month? I became an auntie again! My beautiful friend welcomed an adorable baby boy to the world and that, more than anything, made this month special. I’ve been an auntie for ten months now and it is one of my favorite roles I’ve ever had. I love having a few special kids in my life, watching them grow, and knowing that I’ll be a loving, supportive adult in their lives. Beyond that, this was a month of being a workhorse and not being super soc...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Japan, Hbo, Wtf, New York, London, Featured, Jennifer Lawrence, Maryland, Stephen Colbert, Washington, Mexico, Stanford, Boston, Massachusetts


The Best Neighborhoods in London: Where to Stay When You Visit

Posted: 2/25/2019 | February 25th, 2019 I’ve always liked London, but when I visited last year something in me just clicked—and poof! I finally saw the light and came to love it. London has a million things to do to keep you busy a lifetime over. With its amazing architecture, world-class art museums, tons of historical sites, and unique shopping experiences, what’s not to love? What’s not to love about a city where the pubs are so small everyone just stands on the street with their pint glass?...
Tags: Travel, Europe, England, London, Thames, Paddington, Chelsea, United Kingdom, Oxford, Camden, Mayfair, West End, Tate Modern, Royal Opera House, Shakespeare, Oxford Street


How to read fiction to build a startup

“The book itself is a curious artefact, not showy in its technology but complex and extremely efficient: a really neat little device, compact, often very pleasant to look at and handle, that can last decades, even centuries. It doesn’t have to be plugged in, activated, or performed by a machine; all it needs is light, a human eye, and a human mind. It is not one of a kind, and it is not ephemeral. It lasts. It is reliable. If a book told you something when you were 15, it will tell it to you aga...
Tags: Startups, TC, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Books, Youtube, Fiction, Book Review, Tech, Beijing, Bill Gates, Brad Feld, Silicon Valley, South Pacific, Susan Wojcicki, Jeff Bezos


JeJoue Mimi Soft

JeJoue Mimi Soft £69.99 from Toys 4 Naughty Boys Seven years ago, I reviewed the original Mimi in a short, lackluster (both in my writing skill and my opinion of the toy) review. The truth was, I always suspected my original Mimi was defective because people loved it. I mean, almost every review was a rave one, and people discussed the strength of the vibrations favorably. I thought little of mine, and while I didn’t really discuss it in my review, I was also underwhelmed with the buttons,...
Tags: Reviews, Toys, College, Siri, Pebble, Vibrators, Silicone, Don, Mimi, Rechargeable, Fun Factory, JeJoue, Siris, Mimi Soft, Clitoral Stimulator, JeJoue Mimi Soft


How Do I Love a Problem Like ‘Rent’?

The televised Fox production of Rent Live,  other than the production hiccups that led to it being majorly pre-recorded rather than actually “live,” resurrected both the problems and affection I had with the original stage musical. The lyrics still resonated with me even if I now scratch my head at the story, characters, and the handling of the historical context. In 2007, I was a middle schooler in Texas exploring the concept of sexuality. As a middle schooler under a conservative father...
Tags: Texas, Television, Movies, Angels, America, Features, Broadway, Angel, Rent, Houston, Musical, Pascal, Rapp, Anthony Rapp, Mark, Mimi


In their first town halls, new Southern California Democrats pressed about progressive campaign pledges

Democrats dominated Southern California’s House races in November by telling voters they would pursue universal health care, immigration reform, stricter gun laws and green energy programs. They also promised something else: accessibility. Now, just weeks into the freshmen Democrats’ first terms, voters who helped elect them — and a few who voted against them — already are asking, “What are you doing to keep those promises?” That was the context at a handful of well-attended town halls hosted ar...
Tags: Congress, Washington, Senate, Reagan, Sport, Nasa, Soccer, Gop, United States, House, Medicare, Nancy Pelosi, Baker, Southern California, Trump, Oceanside


Netflix's 'Russian Doll' has a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes, and the creators have already pitched multiple seasons

Netflix's new show "Russian Doll" has a 100% Rotten Tomatoes critic score, and critics have praised co-creator and star Natasha Lyonne's performance. The show follows Lyonne's character, Nadia, as she keeps dying and returning on the same day. Co-creator Leslye Headland told Indiewire that they have pitched multiple seasons to Netflix. Netflix's latest hit show, "Russian Doll," premiered on Friday and has a 100% Rotten Tomatoes critics score. The show was created by Amy Poehler, Leslye Headla...
Tags: Trends, Netflix, Npr, Natasha Lyonne, BoJack Horseman, Will Arnett, Fuller House, Nadia, Indiewire, Mimi, Kimmy Schmidt, New Black, Carolyn, Linda Holmes, Ozark, Headland


Daddy’s Hangout Presents Mixtape Friday 5

Can you believe that Friday is here again? We all know that means we have another Mixtape Friday on our hands. If you’re a fan of R&B music, there will be a great amount on this week’s Mixtape Friday. Mariah Carey’s Emancipation of Mimi and Destiny Fulfilled from Destiny’s Child were featured. My week started with last week’s compilation album followed by the Can I Burn album from Fiend. The two albums mentioned was next and then my Usher Greatest Hits set. When it comes to hip hop, Liquid Swo...
Tags: Jazz, Mariah Carey, Destiny, Jay, Mimi, Mixtape Friday, GZA DMX, Method Man Destiny, DMX Slippin, Lox Destiny


MIMI The Cannibal Girl B&W Film Edition

Tomenosuke has announced that their MIMI The Cannibal Girl B&W Film Edition will be released this weekend. Released on Saturday January 26th 2019 at 23:59 JST (that's 9:59AM ET - for those of us in the US), the Black and White Film Edition is a discreet monotone version, but only the color of blood dripping from the mouth was finished with a silver metallic like mercury. Measuring about 12 inches in height (the spear), this version is an edition size of 50 pieces. Based on the infamous scene...
Tags: Toys, US, Mimi, Tomenosuke, Black and White Film Edition


Juul is spending $10 million on a TV ad campaign aimed at adults, amid criticism that its e-cigarettes get teens hooked

Juul, the popular e-cigarette company, announced it will be launching a $10 million TV advertisement campaign featuring ex-cigarette smokers who have made the switch to Juul's e-cigarettes. This comes after the company experienced a tumultuous year, as health officials and regulators criticized its use of social media ads and flavor options, considered to be aimed at underage teens.  Juul is pitching the commercials as aimed at adults who already have a nicotine habit, rather than encouraging ...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Food And Drug Administration, Silicon Valley, Cnbc, Juul, Mimi, Twitter and Instagram, Twitter YouTube


Comment on cozy cabbage and farro soup by Mimi

I made this yesterday and it’s really tasty . I added a piece of pork belly. Forgot the rosemary, but I’ll make it again next week, with rosemary :) Oh, I even left out the farro, but still loved the soup. Lemon juice and parmesan give it the certain something…
Tags: Food, Mimi




Comment on cozy cabbage and farro soup by Mimi

This looks absolutely delicious! I must be the only one who doesn’t think the color is a problem. I have a quick question about your jars. Where oh where is that adorable jar (with the broth in it) from? Do you freeze your stock in it or can it crack in the freezer?
Tags: Food, Mimi


Comment on broccoli rubble farro salad by Mimi

I cook new things from blogs constantly, and this recipe was a real standout. Chewy and cheesy, yet fresh and zesty…sooooo good! My kids, ages 4, 6, and 8, loved it!
Tags: Food, Mimi


Singapore Airlines Killing Close-In Waitlisting For Award Travel

Back in 2012 I waitlisted Mimi and me for Singapore Suites at the saver award level when it first became available for miles. The waitlist cleared and we were able to redeem tickets in a couples suite for just 57K Singapore miles each. It was truly incredible to have that kind of space on a […]
Tags: Deals, Singapore, Singapore Airlines, Mimi, Miles & Points


You Can Currently Redeem United Or Star Alliance Miles For Singapore Suites On Select Routes

Generally speaking, you need to use Singapore miles to book business or first class awards on Singapore’s premium planes. When Singapore first launched suites you couldn’t use saver miles for them, but when they started releasing suites for saver awards in December 2012 I redeemed Singapore miles and hopped on a plane with Mimi to […]
Tags: Deals, Singapore, Mimi, Miles & Points


How the Framing of ‘A Private War’ Does a Disservice to Its Subject – And Misses the Point Entirely

“I want people to know your story.” A Private War recognizes, in words, Marie Colvin’s ethos right from the get-go. Her mission, first and foremost, was to speak truth to power, unearthing the horrors bequeathed to civilians by leaders and governments. Rosamund Pike, who plays her in the film, repeats this mantra frequently, stressing the importance of telling individual stories from the world’s war-torn regions. Men buried in secret for decades (“ Uncovered: the secret grave of 600 murdered...
Tags: Movies, Jamie Dornan, Syria, Features, Anderson Cooper, Rosamund Pike, Times, Vanity Fair, Sri Lanka, Homs, Mohamed, Mimi, Noor, Pike, Robert Richardson, Iraq Libya


AND YOU THOUGHT 2018 WAS BAD

Japanese fashion design studio Mimi recently launched a collection of insanely realistic snake-print stockings that make your legs look like real snakes and, if social media feedback is any indication, they’ll soon be challenging animal print for supremacy in the fashion world. (Thanks to Ralph)
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‘On the Basis of Sex’ Review: How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Became ‘Notorious’

This brisk biopic shows how the future Supreme Court justice made history, from her days at Harvard Law School to a decisive early case.
Tags: Movies, News, Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Hammer, Jones, Harvard Law School, Mimi, Ginsburg, Felicity, Ruth Bader, Armie, Leder, On the Basis of Sex (Movie