BRB, The 90’s Called

This past week was slightly insane on the work front since returning from Chicago. I found myself very burned out once arriving home basically everyday last week, so I was looking forward to a more low-key weekend.

After getting a much-needed bang trim and Starbucks/Target run in in the morning Courtney’s sister Gina graced us with her presence for a fajita and margarita party our apartment complex was throwing at the pool. It was such a nice afternoon to sit by the pool and sip on some lime margaritas without sweating profusely.  After a little bit of r & r and another Courtney joining the group, we were off to HiHO Brewery in downtown Cuyahoga Falls for a bunch of shareable food from Beef & Barley’s food truck and flights of beer (my personal favorite being the oatmeal stout). I wanted to wear something comfortable that evening and since it was cooler than normal this past Saturday I thought this Abercrombie & Fitch dress was perfect.

As soon as I saw this dress I immediately thought to myself that this dress is straight from the 90’s and I must have it. This dress fits like a glove but is flowy in all the right places. The buttons down the front of the dress are functional if you don’t want to slip it over your head and what I love about Abercrombie dresses is that they usually have a sewn in slip to provide additional coverage and quality. I paired this dress with a pair of medium hoop earrings that I got early in the day at Target. I’ve been wanting a pair of hoops this summer and I honestly never thought I would want another pair after my high school hoop phase. But these bad boys are the perfect size with not being too big or too small. I love when I can pair a cute summer dress with my black basket sandals that I got from Old Navy last year, they just remind me of another era. I was hoping Old Navy would bring them back again this year but unfortunately, it doesn’t look like it.

This past weekend was just what the doctor ordered; sleeping in, the company of great friends, and delicious food and drinks through out the weekend. I am facing Monday fully recharged and ready to tackle anything thrown at me.

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Button-Up Mini Dress c/o Abercrombie, Sunglasses from Ray Ban, Shoes from Old Navy (no longer available), Saddle Bag from Madewell (no longer available), Hoop Earrings from Target, Necklace from TJMaxx

Photo Credit: Courtney Lemmo

3 Lipsticks for Spring

Hello all and happy Monday! I’ve noticed I have been reaching for three lipsticks lately this spring season and wanted to share them with you. Are they the traditional spring pinks? No, they are just what I have been liking a lot at the moment and it’s spring, so here are my spring lipstick picks deal with it :P.

Dior Rouge – 999

FullSizeRender_3A bit more on the pricey side, but this shade has a cult following for a reason, it looks AMAZING ON EVERYONE. This highly pigmented satin finish (also comes in matte, which apparently is the iconic version, whoopy doo) with blue undertones is part of the Rouge Dior lipstick line which is full of iconic reds, corals, and pinks in both satin and matte finishes. I got color matched with this in Sephora about 2 months ago and it took me forever to find a store that had this in stock. But with help from Courtney, I got it on Macy’s online.

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Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Luminous Modern – Bond Girl

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Sephora Collection – 04 Brown is Back!

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What colors are you finding yourself wearing lately?

March 2017 Favorites

Happy Monday to all! Is it me or did March fly by? I can’t believe it is already April and we already have showers, at least in Cleveland. Below are my favorites things from 5 different categories for the month of March, I hope you find something below to try for the month of April!

Books, Movies, & TV

Book: Not That Kinda Girl by Lena Dunham

First off let me start by saying that I am a huge fan of Lena’s work and what she stands for, so I was really excited to start this book. Second, I listened to this book on Audible (literally one of the best things invited today) and loved that she personally narrated her book. What I loved about this book is that you can see where she drew her inspiration for in Girls and Tiny Furniture and made me feel like I had a better understanding of her work and who she is as a person. She talks about uncomfortable topics that a lot of people still shy away from today and tackles them head on. It is a fantastic read/listen and I recommend you picking it up this April if you haven’t already.

Movie: Beauty and the Beast

GOOSEBUMPS! I had goosebumps and was on the edge of my seat for this movie. I felt like a little kid again and was filled with nostalgia. I hear people disappointed that it wasn’t EXACTLY like the cartoon original and I hear some people say it wasn’t different enough, but if you take it for what it is as its own independent movie you will thoroughly enjoy it. Also, the soundtrack is killer so I recommend giving that a listen too.

TV: Netflix’s Original Love season 2

This comedy stems from the minds of Judd Apatow, Lesley Arfin, and Paul Rust. Season 1 hooked me where two polar opposite people meet by chance and it shows a good look at dating in today’s modern age. If you a single person in today’s world you will definitely get a good laugh out of this and shake your head in agreeance as you possibly relate to it.

Activities 

Wineries –

Wineries seemed to be a big part of March. My cousin had her bridal shower at one outside of Erie and my friend Courtney had a winery crawl in Geneva. I’ve never been to Geneva wineries (I know, right?) so I was really excited to celebrate Courtney’s birthday there. We started at Laurentia which was beautiful, we enjoyed two bottles of white wine in the cellar. Then we moved to South River which is in an old church, they were having an ice wine festival so it was a bit packed but we lucked out snagging a table and switched it up to their Trinty red wine. Last but not least we ended at Hundley Cellars for some more white wine, some snacks, and live music!

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Car Shopping – 

This past week I went car shopping since my lease was up and I am pretty pumped about my new car. After having a VW Jetta for 4 years I wanted to upgrade to a small SVU, a VW Tiguan to be exact. Although nobody wants to spend their entire day at a car dealership I am really happy so far with my new car.

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Beauty (Skincare & Makeup)

Glosser Cloud Paint –

As we all know I LOVE GLOSSIER so I had a feeling I was going to like their new Cloudpaint Blushes. First of all, Glossier killed it with the packaging, yet again, they look like acrylic paints which bring me back to my art class days. A little product goes a long way which means this tube of blush will last you awhile. It comes it four shades, Dusk (nudey), Puff (pink), Beam (coral), and Haze (berry) which were inspired by the NYC sunsets. Glossier was and still is offering a 2 for $30 deal with the code 2BLUSH, I got Dusk and Haze. Haze is the perfect flush which looks like maybe I just went to the gym maybe not? (definitely not, though). And Dusk which is a nudey colors which I have been using as a natural looking bronzer and an eyeshadow. These formulas blend effortlessly together and on my skin. Get 20% off your first purchase with my code http://bff.glossier.com/eNLsb

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L’Oreal Paris Skin Care Pure Clay Mask Detox and Brighten –

This was an impulse purchase at Walgreens between coupons and sales it was “basically” free. Out of the 3 clay masks that L’Oreal has out at the moment, I decided on the detox and brightening mask since it was more geared towards a normal skin type. What I love about this mask besides its actually easy to apply and remove compared to other clay masks, you can actually see the impurities being drawn out. I love when I can see products working.

Hair

Umberto Dry Texture Spray –

I love texturizing spray, it is my favorite thing to use when I curl my hair. I needed a new one and was at target one day and wasn’t in the mood to spend more than $10 and this guy was $9.99. I didn’t expect to like it as much as I did, and although I never heard or used the brand before, I have seen it in Target for quite some time. If you want a good texturizing spray at a good price point give this one a try!

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Batiste Dry Shampoo Clean & Light Bare –

I hate washing my hair and if I can drag out my hair style for a couple days I will and a good way of doing that is a dry shampoo. And surprise, you don’t need to spend a lot on a decent dry shampoo. My favorite drugstore dry shampoo has been Dove for quite some time, but my friend Gina swears by Bastiste! I decided to give it a try and I am not disappointed. I decided to get the Bare scent, which is a clean and light scent that is not overwhelming. Move over Dove I think I have a new drugstore dry shampoo favorite!

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Fashion 

MIA Elsa Mules –

Ever since I received these last week I cannot stop wearing them! I talked about them in my Shoes for Spring post from last week (you can read it here). I love the effortless vintage look it has been adding to my outfits and it is such a great transitional show moving from winter to spring.

What did you love in the month of March? And let me know if you have tried anything I mentioned!

5 Things // March 13, 2017

Hello wonderful humans and happy Monday! I decided to do this week’s post on a Monday to switch things up a bit or I just forgot to post on Friday because life got in the way last week and adulting is hard, haha let’s just say the first one. So without further ado here are my 5 favorite things from this past week!

Obey Lafayette Mac Jacket

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OBEY Jacket from 6pm.com

When I think of my dream raincoat I think about one of two things, a childhood bright yellow raincoat or a black raincoat that someone that lives in London would own. As much as I want a bright yellow adult sized raincoat I, however, found a black raincoat a London native would be proud to own… I hope. This jacket is weather resistant with a removable hood (if hoods aren’t your thing) and if also lined with jersey. I got this jacket off Amazon and I am really happy with it and feel that is a classic staple that I added to my closet for spring.

Milk Makeup Blur Stick

 

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Milk Makeup at Sephora

 

Do you ever just wish you can blur the imperfections on your face to give the illusion of an airbrushed appearance, I know there are times of the month I have. Don’t get too excited because this product doesn’t go to that extreme but some days that is what is feels like. This sticks smooths and evens out skin tones to give a great base to additional makeup or just to wear on its own. Another thing I love about this is that this is a vegan beauty product, in fact, the whole brand is vegan. It is free of silicone (which is known to clog pores), parabens, sulfates, and phthalates. I would totally recommend you checking out their Instagram account they post some pretty cool things (insert sunglasses emoji).

Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum

 

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Caudalie Radiance Serum

 

For my birthday Sephora “gift” I chose the Caudalie 2 piece set that came with their radiance serum and sorbet moisturizer. All I can say is that my bank account is going to hate me because I now must buy the full size of this. I am barely through half of my trial size and wow can I see a difference in my skin. This serum does everything it said it would, it evens out skin tone and enhances skin’s radiance. This is meant to target dark spots and to prevent them from appearing. I think that if you have more mature skin this would work wonders because I saw a noticeable difference and I currently to not have a lot of problems with dark spots beside some scarring from past breakouts (those are probably more noticeable to me than others).

Oil Diffuser and Oils

 

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Starter kit from Amazon

 

For birthday last month my friend, Katie got my an oil diffuser along with lavender essential oil since I have been deciding whether or not to get one for myself for awhile. Needless to say, I am hook and bought a starter essential oils kit from Amazon. There is nothing more relaxing than falling asleep to the scent of lavender and the soft trickling of water (which I thought was going to keep me up). Besides the much less risk of burning your house down by using a diffuser instead of a candle, there are a surprising amount of benefits to using one of these bad boys. Promoting relaxation and sleep or improving moods, help ward off illnesses, improving breathing, and pain relief is just a handful of benefits by using different types of oils. You can get a diffuser and oils for very affordable price points on Amazon, I recommend you giving them a try.

Cross Stitching

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NEW HOBBY ALERT!!! After a recent purchase (pictured above) from the Etsy shop Sarcastitch of one of my favorite podcast My Favorite Murder mottos to live by “stay sexy and don’t get murdered” I have been inspired to attempt to pick up the hobby! I am currently working on my first cross stitch project that is currently top secret because if all goes well it will make a pretty sweet gift for someone.

Guest Post // February 18th, 2017


Sidebar: I thought that it would be fun to have a guest post from one of my friends every once in awhile to switch things up. This week Eileen On wanted to share her 3 tips on loving yourself inside and out.

Hello beautiful humans, as Alison would say. As her first guest to blog on A5T, let me introduce myself. My name is Eileen and I have had the pleasure to work alongside and become friends with Alison the last couple of months. She has been a great mentor within the workplace and a sister figure outside of the 8 – 5 schedule. When Alison asked if I would be willing to share some tips on her blog, I was more than happy to, but there was one problem… I had no idea where to start!

The more I thought about the month of February, the more I wanted to write on the topic of love. Just to clarify, I am no love expert, but I do know a little bit about loving myself. Growing up, my mother has always told me, “You have to love yourself first before you can love anyone else.” Years later, I finally understand the meaning behind those inspiring words.

Tip #1: Loving Your Skin

Being able to love the reflection you see in the mirror starts with having clear skin! A couple weeks back, Alison and I talked about skincare and I realized I have been neglecting my skin by using the wrong products all these years. She suggested that I try this simple skincare routine and then build upon that foundation at a later time.


Start off with cleansing oil to remove makeup, rinse with warm water, and pat dry. Follow with a cotton pad and a little bit of micellar water to wipe off any remaining makeup. Finish up with a light moisturizer to lock it all in! It’s simple, easy, and the products are affordable. Even with my sensitive skin, I am happy to say these products are gentle yet cleansing. I can’t wait to try other products and take care of my skin the correct way!

Tip #2: Loving What You Eat

Nothing is hard about eating, but eating healthy is hard! During this time of year, chili is great for warming up your belly and it’s simple to throw together. Two years ago, I bought this cookbook from a non-profit, which I volunteered for, and have finally cracked it open. I can promise you this Santa Fe Chili is unique and you’ll go back for more! I can’t wait to try other dishes from “Recipes from Home: The Bethlehem Farm Cookbook.”

Santa Fe Chili

Yield: 8 servings

  • 3 ½  – 4 cups of dry beans (any type), soaked (OR 7 – 8 cups canned beans)
  • 1 onion
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 TB oil
  • 2 cans corn (fresh or frozen)
  • 28 fl. oz. diced tomatoes (fresh or frozen)
  • 2 packets of dry ranch seasoning
  • 2 packets of taco seasoning

Directions:

  1. Place the soaked beans in a pot. Add fresh water until it is about an inch above the beans. Bring to a boil, cover, and simmer about 75 minutes until tender.
  2. Drain beans (do this whether you are using canned or cooked beans)
  3. In a large pot, sauté garlic and onion in oil for a few minutes.
  4. Add remaining ingredients to a large pot.
  5. Bring to a boil. Turn down heat and simmer for 20 minutes.

Tip #3: Loving Who You Are

Having confidence in who you are is the most beautiful and the most attractive quality one can display. Whether it’s having confidence in an answer on a test or having confidence to talk to that cute guy across the room, it’s a quality that everyone admires. As easy as it is to talk about, building confidence cannot be set within a time frame, such as a New Year’s resolution. It is an on-going process, building from one stage to another. Love yourself and allow that confidence to light every room you enter!

Leaving you with these three tips, I hope that you learn to love yourself first!

With Love, Eileen O.

Five Things // February 3, 2017

Happy Friday wonderful humans of the internet and if you can’t tell my the title of my blog and the title of this post, I am going to raving about 5 things I am into this week. So buckle up cause here we go!

One // Chinese New Year 

This past Saturday I had an opportunity to kick off Chinese New Year by eating delicious Dim Sum and watching the loin dance in Cleveland’s own Chinatown restaurant Li Wah. We had a small group of us eating all the deliciousness that Li Wah has and my friend Eileen was our tour guide for the day showing us just some of what Chinatown has to offer. If you are not familiar with Dim Sum, it is a style of Chinese cuisine where there are small bite-sized portions of food served in small steamer baskets or on small plates. Typically carts are pushed around a restaurant where people can order and get there meals right there and then. We started out our meal with Shumai (pork & shrimp dumplings), Har Gow (shrimp dumplings), and Tofu wrapped pork; I don’t think I can pick a favorite child out of these three, but if I had to it would probably be the Shumai. Our next round to taste was Cha Siu Bao (baked pork buns), Spring rolls (vegetarian). Now I am usually not the biggest spring roll fan but OH EM G… these were so delicious and the Cha Siu Bao was a little bun of pork happiness! To round out our meal Eileen thought it would be good to try a dessert, Dan Tat (egg custard tart). Now first let me start out by saying that I am not what you would call a dessert person, so with that being said I can’t say I was the biggest fan of of this egg custard tart. All of the goodness was accompanied by a pot of jasmine tea, we needed all the help we could get with digestion with all the food we ate!

Shout out to Eileen for sending me all the names of the food we tried that day!

Two // Search Party 

Does anyone need a new show to watch because I am volunteering TBS’s Search Party as tribute. This dark comedy is based around a missing girl that the main character Dory (Alia Shawkat from Arrested Development) “knew” back in college and she becomes obsessed at trying to find her. Do you like murder mysteries and satire at twenty-something hipster’s expense? Well then get ready to binge watch this 10 episode series and become instantly hooked! This is Nancy Drew for the millennial and I assure you, you will not be disappointed. Here is a nice tip, if you download the TBS app (how I am watching it) you can choose between the edited episodes on TV or the explicit one so you can get the full experience when someone drops F bombs.

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Three // Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate 

Is it possible that I have found the holy grail of nighttime skincare? Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate is a little miracle worker, I swear little esthetician elves come and give me a facial while I am sleeping. This nighttime oil claims to restore the appearance of skin by morning and I feel that my skin has seen an improvement since I have started using it. I am a big believer of using oils for overall skincare, I know there has been a lot of buzz around oils for the past year but it is with good reason. I don’t use this as an alternative for my moisturizer. I simply add about a dime size or less to my finger tips and pat into my skin after cleansing my face, wait for it to absorb a bit then follow up with my nighttime moisturizer. The lavender scent is very relaxing, it helps set the mood in my bedtime routine. There are other great uses for this product, just click on the image to what else Kiehl’s suggest!

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Queen of the Nighttime Skincare

Four // Topshop Robe 

If you are like me and can be happy living in a robe, if you had the choice, the let me introduce you to this buttery cloud of warm and coziness robe from Topshop. I was looking into getting a new robe since my cotton one was just not cutting it for the winter months. I wanted to feel warm and luxurious when I lounged around in my robe for hours after my shower, so began my hunt. I really wanted a “I stole this from a hotel” look to my new robe and I just so happen to find it at Nordstrom. The off white color with navy blue piping was just what I was looking for, although the varsity lettering Not a Morning Person across the back isn’t may favorite part of it the pros of this robe thoroughly out way the one con.

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Check it out at Nordstrom!

Five // Nail Polish Top Coat

30 seconds to a dry fresh painted hand of nails, sounds like a myth right? WRONG. I was at Ulta this past week to pick up a few things I was running low on and one of them so happen to be a top coat for my nails. I usually buy Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Fast Dry top coat (which I do really like and I think it dries really quick), but I decided that I was feeling extra rich that day and decided to shell out the extra dollar it cost to upgrade to the top coat in a box, Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Anti Chip Top Coat. What is the difference you might ask while my usual top coat (the first one I mentioned) is an extension of the Fast Dry line, its fast drying and with the great applicator brush its simple to apply. The cons are that I usually have one or more chipped nails by the next day. The fast drying anti chip top coat that I just bought is also fast drying, but in comparison to the first it’s FAST FAST, 30 seconds and I felt comforting not babying my nails. From what I can tell the anti chip claim on the box is legit, the picture below is 4 days after I painted them!

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Five Things // January 27, 2017

Hello wonderful humans of the internet and happy FriYAY! Is it too early to kick back and relax with a glass of wine and Netflix? No? Okay then, I guess I will just share 5 things I have been into lately instead.

One // New Beauty Products

Over the past week I have acquired some new products I am excited to try out! I have added to my Glossier addiction, and I think it’s safe to say its becoming problem.

Hello, my name is Alison and I have a Glossier problem. I order their Stretch Concealer in Medium,  Generation G Matte Lipstick in the shade Cake, and yet another Balm Dotcom in the flavor Coconut. I think I am going to do a post very soon reviewing all of the Glossier products that I have acquired over the past month or so.

Another new product that I just got and started using is the Kristen Ess’s The One Signature Shampoo & Conditioner that just launched exclusively at Target. Both are 10oz. bottles for $10 each, so not too bad if you are used to spending a little more for your haircare products. This was the only shampoo and conditioner pair that was part of this new line and from what the bottle reads this is for all hair types. This is supposed to be lightly clarifying but safe for everyday use and weightlessly moisturizing which is good if you have finer hair. I like that this is sulfate-free but claims to give a good lather if that is important to you. The jury is out on the scent, although it has a very high-end salon smell once your hair is dry, I don’t know how I feel about it when I am washing it.

Two // Split 

Over the past weekend My mom and I went to see the movie Split starring James McAvoy (according to my mom, that’s her man). What can I say about this movie other wow… just WOW! It was such a well done psychological thriller, as in sitting on the edge of my sit covering my mouth with my hands because I cannot believe the amazing plot unfolding before me, psychological thriller. McAvoy plays a man who suffers from DID (dissociative identity disorder) and has 23 different personalities residing inside him. He kidnaps 3 girls in preparation for a 24th personality to surface. I highly recommend seeing this movie and basically hooks you right in from the start.

Three // EyeBuyDirect

I believe it was the day before Christmas Eve (or Christmas Eve Eve, if you are a Friends fan) I got my 2 little packages with my brand new glasses from EyeBuyDirect and something tells me there will be more little packages from them in the future.

If you read last week’s post where I talk about how I discovered my Lo & Sons bag, I also discovered personally EyeBuyDirect on my Pinterest feed as well. Again I did what I always do, stalk a company through Instagram, see what what people tagged them in and how their glasses were looking IRL. First of all I am a big believer in not paying an arm and a leg for glasses so when these eyeglass companies began popping up I was all for trying them out. I did the home try on with Warby Parker and everything I picked I wasn’t very crazy about once I got to try them on. Then I tried Zenni and I actually have 3 eyeglasses and 1 prescription sunglasses that I really like. But there was something about EyeBuyDirect that really interested me to try them, they have a very minimalistic feel to their brand/styles which I liked and made me want to try.

I decided to try the brand out during the holidays when they had a 2 for 1 deal, and after days of narrowing it down I decided on two pairs. I got the Aurora in Flecked Ivory as a more everyday style and then Theory in Translucent as my more stylist pair. Both glasses are a classic keyhole style which I feel fits my face shape and personal style well. If you want to give it a try and get $10 off your first pair use my code IFSNJ2VM5M.

Four // Amazon Fire Tablet

Last week I bit the bullet I have been thinking about for awhile, buying an Amazon Fire Tablet. Amazon offers 5 versions of their tablet that caters to different lifestyles and end uses. I ended up choosing their cheapest model, Fire Tablet 7″ Display, 8 GB (Includes Special Offers), in Black since I don’t plan on using it for anything too crazy. I liked the idea of the smaller size that if I wanted to I would have the option of fitting it into my purse and I also thought this size would be very travel friendly. I am getting ready to go on a business trip to Germany and this way I can download books, movies, and shows to entertain me on the long flight. Overall my first impressions were very good, although it took some getting used to if you are an “Apple product snob” like I used to be (I am slowly crossing over into the Amazon product world). I was able to download easily every app that I wanted to, and I like that my Audible and Kindle books already were on there. I would recommend trying this tablet if you are mostly looking for a tablet as a source of entertainment because for the price I think its a nifty little thing.

Five // You Must Remember This, Podcast

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So I don’t know if you’ve jumped on the podcast bandwagon but if not what are you waiting for? I have a list of podcasts that I listen to while getting ready in the morning or sometimes on my commute to and from work. But I am not here today to give you a list of my favorite podcasts (at least not yet), I am here to talk about one in particular, You Must Remember This (YMRT). The best way to describe this podcast is straight from the source, it is about the secret and/or forgotten history of Hollywood’s first century. Karina Longworth does a fantastic job of researching and narrating different parts of history that took place in Hollywood, by splitting historical stories up into mini series. The one series in particular they got my hook these past few week was titled “Charles Manson’s Hollywood”. If you are not familiar with the infamous cult leader turned murderer of the 60’s I highly recommend you give this a listen as it completely dissects all of the events and people involved with Manson leading up to the Manson Family murders. Bravo Karina, bravo!