The Best Ways to See New York City

  So you’ve always wanted to get out and explore New York City but you’re not sure what is the best way to go about it? Given that there are around 300 square miles to explore, and literally dozens and dozens of must-see tourist stops, you’re definitely going to need a game plan. Perhaps, New […]

Rasputin reviewed

Rasputin: Faith, Power, and the Twilight of the Romanovs Author: Douglas Smith I have always been entranced by the fate of Nicholas and Alexandra and their children, as they were certainly a loving set of parents and husband and wife.  As one of the most tragic pairs in the history of Russia, the entrance of […]

What to Do for Holiday Gifts?  Surprise wih a Monthly Candle – or Two! 

 Vellabox gives you the scent of a holiday   Buy candles in alluring autumnal scents!   Better yet, sign up for a subscription box and get a different scent and brand every month!  We found Vellabox a great source for handmade artisan candles.  At a reasonable $10.00 per month for the Lucerne plan (there are many other plans […]

GIRLS NIGHT OUT FUN

GIRLS NIGHT OUT card game Hilarious and risqué start to any girls’ night out! Wedding?  Bachelorette party?  Or Friday Night Girls Night Out?  PLAY the New Pre-Game Girls Night Out card game! I am always looking for games for my girlfriends and I to play and we all love card games.  Cardsforallpeople has come up […]

This post is for WOMEN over 21 ONLY!

Now we all know that Zippy is Naughty and Ava is Nice – but sometimes, we like to switch roles here at The Review Broads (sorry Bro B, you were at a movie somewhere and this is for WOMEN ONLY!). Discreet is the word at The Review Broads, so when Nuclimax asked me if I wanted […]

The Power of Antioxidants for Staying Young

At 67 I still feel like a teenager. I know that part of it is attitude and the foods that I eat, but I also understand that a big piece of the anti-aging puzzle is making sure that you get all of the antioxidants that your body needs to stay as vital as possible. We […]

Sisters First – a review

Sisters First Authors: Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush The daughters of George W. Bush have presented themselves with honesty and with many anecdotes that give us a taste of how readily we judge our presidents and their families; in this refreshing and engaging autobiography the Bush sisters, Jenna and Barbara tell of their […]

A review of: Desert Boys

Desert Boys Author: Chris McCormick (Picador USA) Desert Boys had me from the get-go.  No rumination needed here. A stunning debut novel incorporating urban and suburban, youth and manhood, this bildungsroman transforms into a panorama of themes:   small towns that erupt with massive growing pains into cities that bury their own; children who demand teenage […]

How Do I Love Thee?  Let Me Count the Ways!

This post was made possible by iConnect and Petcurean. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine. Loving my dog for me resonates with the best in dog nutrition, excellent exercise, lots of relaxation, mental and physical stimulation and PAYING attention to every single little thing (vet visits)– we know our […]

At the Movies: Goodbye Christopher Robin

I had the opportunity to attend a pre-screening of this movie. All opinions are strictly our own. Goodbye Christopher Robin With a cast to take note of, with Domhnall Gleason as A.A. Milne, Will Tilston as the young Christopher Robin (Billy Moon) Milne, Margot Robbie as Mrs. Golighty Flighty Milne, and Kelly Macdonald as the […]

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