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If you hop aboard The Patriot this summer, you’ll be channeling two rich traditions: the Great Gatsby era on Long Island and the equally illustrious Main Line of Philadelphia.The ultimate in retro-chic, the boat on which you’ll set sail is actually a yacht that harkens back to the Roaring Twenties. But from bow to stern, she’s one thoroughly modern lady, a sleek and shiny fiberglass-and-wood number who loves nothing more than playing host to a grand Gatsby-esque party. (But dahling, please don’t call it a Booze Cruise. A tad tacky, wouldn’t you agree?)The boat’s owner – well, one third of her, anyway, is about as Main Line as they come: Bryn Mawr-born, Haverford School-educated Art Bell, who now makes his home in Berwyn
A growing number of Brits are citing alcohol as a contributing factor in their divorces — and it’s the wives who have the drinking problem in the majority of the cases, according to one divorce attorney. (READ ARTICLE)
There are two types of people in the world: those who choose to be happy, and those who choose to be unhappy. Contrary to popular belief, happiness doesn’t come from fame, fortune, other people, or material possessions. Rather, it comes from within. The richest person in the world could be miserable while a homeless person could be right outside, smiling and content with their life. Happy people are happy because they make themselves happy. They maintain a positive outlook on life and remain at peace with themselves.
The question is: how do they do that?
It’s quite simple. Happy people have good habits that enhance their lives. They do things differently. Ask any happy person, and they will tell you that they …(READ ARTICLE)
ARMORE: Lower Merion Commissioner Lindner and family in the press.
- The Lindners’ have always told their children to “act like you’ve been somewhere.”
- It means to present yourself with confidence, bred of education and experience, be polite, on your best behavior and make smart choices.Read more: http://www.philly.com/philly/living/20130220_Being_young__black__and_safe.html#ixzz2LXJ2hgOR
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IN. THAT. DRESS.
Girl TURNED IT OUT, proving that sheer doesn’t have to be slutty. The hair? Not so much. I am hoping that her Tyra moment will pass quickly she’s got too much forehead for a straight down the middle part.
Overall, I loved the look until I saw the pictures of her snuggling up to Chris Brown in it. Chris Brown is the worst accessory EVER!
Sigh…Killed the vibe for me.
Reminds me of Boston during the ’78 bizzard when I was at Northeastern University. It was horrible. As an unprepared college student, I had to cross country ski miles from Brookline to Cambridge to a friends dorm so I could eat. It influenced me to transfer schools back home to Philly. I was totally OVER Boston after that!
So much for the support of marrage and families. Now all those who are gay who are getting married may wish to think twice as well.
It pays to be single — that is, when it comes to high earners’ tax bills.
U.S. taxpayers with income of more than $200,000 a year will see federal tax rates rise this year on wages and investments. Tax increases will pinch married couples faster than individuals, especially if both spouses work and have capital gains and dividend income, said Joseph Perry, partner- in-charge of tax and business services at the accounting firm Marcum LLP.
In the law passed by Congress Jan. 1, multiple thresholds for higher rates kick in for married couples only $50,000 above where they hit for singles. Married taxpayers with income of at least $300,000 also face limits on the value of deductions and personal exemptions that were reinstated for 2013. (READ MORE)
I’ve heard a lot of raves about the Conscious Box and how people are always happy with their subscription…I might try it. HBU?