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Behind the Costumes at Boston Ballet’s Onegin

By On February 29, 2016

Raw, romantic and riveting are the choice words I would use to describe Boston Ballet’s Onegin. Just like when I was a little girl, my mother and I made our way to… Read More


Sip & Script with Posh + Prep and Bliss Lettering

By On November 23, 2015

Join Boston-based calligrapher and script savant Julie Mancini of Posh + Prep on Thursday, December 3 for Sip & Script, an evening brimming with cocktails and cursive writing because you can’t possibly… Read More


Boston Ballet’s Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler

By On October 26, 2015

Last week, I had the pleasure of experiencing magic with Boston Ballet as the company opened their 52nd season with Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler: A Ballet by John Neumeier. Boston Ballet… Read More


Brimfield Antiques Show | September 2015

By On September 14, 2015

This year marked the 55th season of the the highly-touted and always-anticipated Brimfield outdoor antiques and collectibles show. The yearly event takes place in May, July and September each year, running from… Read More


Newport and Her Southern Sisters

By On September 4, 2015

Beginning this weekend, embark on an enchanting journey at Rosecliff as you explore the relationship between glitzy Newport, Rhode Island and the aristocratic American South. From New Orleans, Charleston and Baltimore to Virginia’s fabled plantations… Read More


Pantone Color Picks for Fall 2015

By On September 1, 2015

As September ushers in the end to summer and bitter-sweet start to fall, fashion aficionados will bid adieu to white linens and neutral cottons in favor of rich flavors and deep palates. Color plays an… Read More


Museum of Fine Arts Summer Party

By On June 8, 2015

There’s nothing like dressing up for a formal affair. From hair and make-up to clothing and accessories, they’re pieces of an intricate puzzle that must be carefully chosen and strategically placed in… Read More


Love Locked in Paris

By On June 1, 2015

Yesterday was a day I thought would never come…for a really long time. I read that Paris, the European wonderland treasured by so many, will break millions of hearts, hopes and dreams… Read More


Chic of the Week :: Lettering by Liz

By On January 17, 2014

 Ilove to write when I feel inspired and have the urge to share something uniquely fresh. I also love showcasing anything that involves creativity and self expression (dance, drawing, you name it).… Read More


Mr. Tux

By On December 31, 2012

TUXEDO (n.) A dinner jacket that encourages drinking champagne.    Although I love cats, I think it’s acceptable to allow dogs a little spotlight from time to time. I fell in love… Read More

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