While I’ve already shared my thoughts on the venue, we do have a couple more vendors that certainly deserve a shout-out. Pink Shutterbug Photography: Recommend On either side of the fountain during our engagement session and wedding. | Images by … read more
Last year, I was put in charge of games for my dear friend Nicky's bachelorette party. I had no experience planning wedding party games, so I went online to look for ideas, and found plenty of them that were extremely lame. I felt like Nicky deserved better. Show More Summary
DiMichele, 40, withdrew from the VH1 reality show, where she earned $8,000-per-episode, so she can improve her image before a Brooklyn Federal Court judge who is overseeing her criminal case, sources told the Daily News.
The bugged home of a Minnesota man recorded the chilling moments he encountered two teen burglars inside his house and appeared to take pleasure in shooting them dead.
In the new indie flick “Blue Ruin,” Eve Plumb is back in a strong supportive family. But it’s definitely not one named Brady.
Michelle Obama will be in Manhattan on May 5 to cut the ribbon, in style, on the Costume Institute’s new Anna Wintour Costume Center at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Another beautiful trunk show at Brides by Demetrios this weekend! Cosmobella, encompassing styles ranging from the clean and unadorned to elaborate and intricately worked, takes the stage. See more details below… Cosmobella Trunk...Show More Summary
Starting to plan your once in a lifetime extravagant ceremony but not sure where to start? How about a luxe showcase in Miami? Sounds like the perfect plan! See more details below… The Signature Grand Bridal & Quince Show April 29th,...Show More Summary
We are so thrilled to welcome Bené Eaton to the Bridal Musings team! Bené is the lady behind this awesome nude wedding shoes post and this perennially pinned post on the perfect boudoir outfit. If you want to find out more about ourShow More Summary
Michael Pineda needs to get a grip. Not of the baseball, but of himself. Thirteen days after Pineda was caught by television cameras with a glob of what appeared to be pine tar on his pitching hand in a start against the Red Sox, the big righthander was back at it again.
The FDA announced that it will for the first time Thursday move to regulate e-cigarettes, the electronic nicotine delivery sticks that include a tiny light at the tip to simulate traditional cigarettes.
So Ruben Tejada, the shortstop nobody wanted, is suddenly winning games with his defense, making diving-stop double plays one night, then a dazzling ninth-inning relay throw to the plate on Wednesday night.
Tech moguls to city students: Drop out. A crowd of students and entrepreneurs were advised Wednesday by the co-founders of Reddit and MakerBot that the road to success should bypass higher learning.
Rival Palestinian factions agreed to form a unity government and hold new general elections, developments that if carried through will complicate efforts to revive U.S.-mediated peace talks with Israel.
The Justice Department set new clemency rules Wednesday that could free thousands of nonviolent cons — mostly low-level federal drug offenders. To be eligible, an inmate must have been imprisoned for at least 10 years with good behavior, and not have a long criminal history.
The city proposed a 3.35% increase in water rates Wednesday, the smallest annual hike in nine years. It’s also less than half of what the Department of Environmental Protection initially said it would need.
THE LONG-STALLED development of the 3 World Trade Center tower is going to be delayed at least a little while longer. The Port Authority board Wednesday postponed a vote on a proposal to extend $1.2 billion in loan guarantees to help developer Larry Silverstein build the planned skyscraper, now stalled at eight floors.
A challenger to Rep. Charles Rangel criticized Bill Clinton on Wednesday for endorsing the incumbent.
So Mighty leaves MQHQ in Rosedale with his Diamondbacks trailing the home team Cubs, 5-2. Not looking good, but as Mighty often says, “It’s the Cubs, so anything is possible.” So, who won? Here’s how the Associated Press reported the game:
Two former college football players who went to high school together were charged Wednesday with beating up a homeless man.