Monthly Archive: August, 2014

Call It Supper: Whiskey Up Your Weekend With The Arnie Gingie

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“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” (Virgina Woolf) We are excited to announce that we’re starting a new series on Call It Supper called Chris’ Cocktail Corner. This… Continue reading

WiLab Loves: ‘Friends’ Central Perk Coffee Shop Set To Open For A Month

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They’ll be there for you — with free coffee. Central Perk, the fictitious coffee shop from “Friends,” will come to life next month in honor of the show’s 20th anniversary. Warner Bros. and… Continue reading

Trendy On A Budget: Big Girl Pants

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Reality hurts; especially coming off of two back to back trips. A weekend in the Jersey Shore followed by a few nights in Puerto Rico. Soaking up the sun, sleeping in and putting… Continue reading

WiLab Loves: 8 Things Women Couldn’t Do On The First Women’s Equality Day in 1971- and 6 They Still Can’t

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WILAB LOVES is a series of articles and blog posts from across the web that Women’s iLab supports. This article was written by Emma Gray and published on Huffington Post on August 26, 2014. In… Continue reading

Calling All Girl Geeks

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To be geeky is to be intelligent, have passion for a subject and to know that subject in depth. Girl Geek Dinners are international, and an excellent opportunity for like-minded women to get… Continue reading

Michelle Darby Brings Happiness To The Workplace With One Genius Solution

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Meet Michelle Darby. The twenty-something founder and CEO (yes, we said twenty-something CEO) of Roomzilla, a cloud-based dynamic solution for managing conference room reservations. “I don’t fit into the typical – oh you should… Continue reading

Top 5 Nail Colors for the Summer

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Summer is the time to explore and show off a pop of color! You can be daring with neon or chic with a nude. Whether it be for everyday at the office, a big… Continue reading

Artwork That Inspires Strength For Abuse Survivors

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When you think of hero do you think of a sports player? A firefighter? Or maybe a soldier? This week, when I think of a hero, I think about the child abuse survivors… Continue reading

Armor Up To Button Down

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Over the past several decades, the tireless work of women across the world have brought positive change. We’ve seen women fight for their rights, hold a seat on the Supreme Court, travel to space, take… Continue reading

Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks Takes on a Modern Office

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Christina Hendricks, one of the very talented stars of AMC’s Mad Men is bringing attention (with her own Joan Harris spin of course) to staggering statistics regarding women in the U.S. workforce.