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Michele Bacigalupo
The bRUNch running club turns every Sunday into a race, with the promise of a scrumptious brunch outing at the end. BTR…
Gott’s Roadside stand offers juicy American burgers, Napa Valley wine, and the magical sensation of stepping into the…
College is not the time for designing a sophisticated domestic setting. Therefore, it’s best to be discerning of what…
Excess Week - Meg Wolfe, author of the blog The Minimalist Woman, explains her methods of uncluttering a home to avoid…
BTR recently took a trip to scenic natural hideaways located in Berkeley, California. Lake Anza and Indian Rock Park…
In Lake County, California, vineyards produce wine at inexpensive rates to be bottled for a variety of occasions. Those…
Buzz Week - UCF’s mental health facility provides a therapeutic app to provide stressed students with pocket-sized…
BTR sits down with Butterfly Bakery and Bakeri to chat about the baking industry. In New York City and neighboring…
Roots Week - New York City’s ARChive of Contemporary Music (ARC) was first launched in 1985 by founder and director B.…
BTR brunches at Sweet Chick, arriving at chicken and biscuit heaven with Southern comfort food in Williamsburg. Upon…
Reality Week - In our work-driven culture, we tend to refer to our professional lives as “the grind.” Millennials…
Birthday Week - In 1981, psychologist Ellen Langer conducted an experiment to see whether a group of men in their 70s…
BTR explores different pathways to birthday cake flavored indulgence, regardless of whether or not it’s actually your…
Scientific experts screened the TV show ‘Cosmos’ and introduce an educational atmosphere to an audience at…
Made in the USA Week - Within the past year alone, the vinyl record industry has declared a major revival with…
Fan Week - It seems as though there are two types of concert attendees: those that are constantly taking photos and…
Fan Week - Have you ever been starstruck? We at BTR have served Johnny Depp, bumped into Alec Baldwin, and chatted with…
Fan Week - Festivals are fabulous. You get to enjoy the outdoors, try new foods, immerse yourself in a sea of eclectic…
For people with demanding work schedules, it’s difficult to find time to eat right and stay healthy. The tech gurus of…
Whimsical chalkboard signs are a common sight for storefronts, but the drawings may cause more confusion than outreach.…
Brooklyn Night Bazaar closes its doors after years of offering music, shopping, and a free place to hang out in the…
Today marks the first day of Throwback Week here at BTR and we thought it best to kick it off with a celebration of our…
Vacation Week - In an ideal scenario, vacations typically leave an imprint of euphoria upon travelers. Nevertheless when…
Hazards Week - Texting has become a dominant form of communication since its arrival in 1992. With 20 billion SMS…
This week, DJs Molly and Dane talk about awkward situations and how to survive them. They also discuss stay at home…
BTR took its talents to the biannual foodie haven that is the Mad. Sq. Eats pop-up here in NYC where we tasted…
Hazards Week - The first date is a bizarre ritual: two people agree to go out together, without the company of any other…
The Rubin Museum’s current exhibit, 'Becoming Another' displays a historical medley of masks from cultures like…
FOMO Week - FOMO prevails in our daily lives. We miss out and it causes us to feel jealous, envious, or regretful. Alas,…
Nerd Week - The tech industry has had a notoriously small percentage of women in its workforce for years, and the…
Climate Week - A circular economy may be the solution to Earth’s dwindling resources. BTR explores the ways in which…
Globally, almost 805 million people experience symptoms of severe hunger everyday. That means that one out of every nine…
Yoga and mindfulness instruction serve as excellent opportunities to educate students on the vitality of leading a…
Unprepared Week - People who delay gratification are more likely to find success in other areas of life.
Check out these beer-infused Irish cocktails right in time for St. Patrick’s Day.
Adventure Week - Introverted personalities can enjoy a travel itinerary of both social and solitary activities.
New Economy Week - Subscription services offered by Spotify, Apple, and HBO are changing the way consumers pay for…
Secret Week - Author Michael Brandow warns dog owners to consider the health risks of purebred animals.
The Sketchbook Project comprises personal artistic interpretations from people all over the globe.
PHOTOBLOG: New York's puppy population is rockin' outerwear this winter.
Hacking Week - Are smart devices eavesdropping on the conversations you have at home?
Selfie Week – Learn how to increase your sense of self-worth by saying "no" to things you don’t want to do.
Dish + Drink asks the Editorial Staff how they feel about spicy food and roller coasters.
Outlier Week – Environment, culture, and deliberate practice can determine a person’s level of success.
Disruptive Week - An exploration of natural history and humanity’s role in Earth’s sixth major extinction event.
College Week - Procrastination affects students and adults alike, but few understand how to stop the habit once and for…
Learn how to stay focused and energized between classes and trips to the dining hall.
Millennials Week – Four reasons explaining why listicles are the ideal news format for Generation Y.
Millennials Week - A new app alerts you when you’ve wasted too much time each day staring at your phone.
Inspired Week - A new app enables people to remember their dreams and input them in a global database.
Fitness Week - Studios with unique workouts that kick your butt are expanding and becoming more successful.

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