This week, I wrote a piece about how there's too much TV out there competing for our attention (you'll see it below). And like television, the supply of web content far exceeds the demand. Uptown Bourgeois is just one of many sites vying for your daily attention. I know the struggle is real. And that's why, out of the kindness of my heart, I've assembled these five posts that I know you haven't seen. Because I'm a good friend. And good friends don't let friends miss out on great content. See below for all the fun pieces you need to round out your week.
Vintage shopping often gets a bad rap for being grimy, smelly, and exhaustive. But with these three tips, you can dive into the vintage world at ease. And you can get the deets on the beta version of my new E-commerce concept.
We are living in a golden television age referred to as Peak TV. In 2015 alone, there were over 1400 primetime television series. But how the hell are we supposed to keep up?
The worst kind of voter is the one who chooses a candidate by avoiding the polls. If you have an opinion, but you don't exercise your right to vote, no one will want to hear it. Trust me.
Racism is alive and well in Princeton, NJ, but one 17-year-old blogger isn't having it.
Public School announced it would be showing men's and women's collections together in the coming seasons. That means one of the hottest NYFWM tickets is kaput. How is this fledgling fashion week going to survive?