Monthly Archive: September, 2012

From the Baraza: Closet Staples

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What’s the one thing in your closet you can’t live without? Carrie A few years ago, I bought a cute, cotton bicycle dress from Anthropologie. When I saw it, I knew I had… Continue reading

A Pick-Me-Up

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Let’s just watch this today.

So Delicious

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by Carrie Pokrefke I was in Whole Foods a few months ago, looking through the freezer section.  I stumbled upon some ice cream bars made with coconut milk from the brand, “So Delicious.” … Continue reading

Hold On

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By Katie Shaw A friend recommended this song to me the other day, and I haven’t stopped listening to it since. Brittany Howard’s voice is hypnotizing. If you haven’t already heard this band,… Continue reading

The life aquatic

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I’ve spent the last 12 days in Vietnam, and now I’ve just flown into Singapore to catch up with two of my best friends.  It’s fair to say that I’ve spent a lot… Continue reading

Ginger Pop: Get Ready to Scream

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Although it’s a few weeks off, one of my great anticipations for this fall is the return of American Horror Story. Last year’s season was the first of what will now be self-contained… Continue reading

Five Months

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By Katie Shaw Friday will mark my five month commitment to dreadlocks. I use the term commitment in the loosest sense. In the beginning, my dreads were just a hairstyle. But now? They’re… Continue reading

Writing…songs??

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My husband’s friend, Mike, writes songs and this weekend I had the honor of singing a few of those songs for him at the Mississippi Songwriters Festival.  It was an amazing experience.  There… Continue reading

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year?

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Can you feel it? It’s coming. It really is. I know you’ve already had a pumpkin spice latte. You’re not fooling anyone. I’m talking about fall, people! I know it’s right around the… Continue reading

What’s in my iTunes library?

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I’ve been to a few photography workshops where the photographers incorporate a “What’s in my camera bag?” into the end of the session. It’s always interesting to see what equipment other people use… Continue reading