Tuesday, August 19, 2014

The Protection Business


'There was a glaring hole in the lazy life, a lack of coverage, you might say, in the home-delivery game...'

New column out today in Style Weekly about this new 24-hour condom delivery service. Click here or grab a print edition on a street corner near you.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

The Endgame


Worried about the afterlife? Don't sweat it! You can now rest in peace with 'Yahoo Ending'. I'll explain in this week's edition of Style Weekly. 

Click here to read online or grab a copy of Style on a street corner near you.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Taste the Rainbow


Because you people are disgusting, Fireball is now officially one of the top-selling liquors in RVA. Let's discuss this, ya filthy animals.

New Punch Drunk column out today in Style Weekly. Click here or grab a print edition on a street corner near you.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

The Flabongo Summer


Too poor to jet off to the Outer Banks for a summer vacation? Don't stress. I gotcha.

New column out in this week's Style Weekly. Click here to read or grab a print edition on a Richmond street corner near you.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Style Weekly 2014 Bar Guide


Did a piece on what bars to take certain family members to in RVA for the annual Style Weekly bar guide. It's basically a primer on some of Richmond's best bars. Click here to read online or grab a print edition of Style Weekly on a street corner near you.

For the complete bar guide, click here.


Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Lowering The Bar


With GWARbar becoming a reality, I wonder what other Richmond institutions deserve their own bar in this week's edition of Style Weekly. Click here to read online or grab a print edition on an RVA street corner near you.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Beef With Burger King


'After using it for more than 40 years, Burger King is scrapping its iconic slogan, "Have It Your Way," in favor of the broader, abstruse and less grammatically correct, "Be Your Way." 

Burger King's senior vice president of global brand management, Fernando Machado, said in an interview that "Have It Your Way" focuses only on the purchase — the ability to customize a burger. By contrast, "Be Your Way" makes a connection with a person's lifestyle.'


Because living that Burger King lifestyle is something we should all aspire to. Right.


New column out today in Style Weekly. Click here to read online or grab a print copy of Style on a Richmond street corner near you.