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Boston Marathon Tragedy: A Runner Shares Picking Up the Pieces After the Events

This is a guest post by Tanya Namad- a Vixely Girl Crush and dear friend of the team. Vixely’s hearts are with all the runners and Boston community. We greatly appreciate Tanya sharing her personal story with our readers. The original post is on Generation UCAN here. As is well known by now, unspeakable tragedy struck at [...]

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Boston Winter Ball: The Perfect Look

BY Nora Bass & Fashion Vixen Lara Glaister The Fifth Annual Boston Winter Ball presents a pretty epic opportunity to look stunning. With just a week away from one of Vixely’s favorite annual events, time is of the essence to get your ensemble in check. Here are a few tips to help you pull your look [...]

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Vixely Featured in “30 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2013″

Thank you to The Jane Dough for including Vixely’s co-founders—Jennifer Eident, Nora Bass and Lara Glaister—in their “30 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2013.” We are honored to be included in a group of so many smart and successful women, including former Girl Crushes Stacey Borden and Meghan Muntean (ChickRx), Julia Hartz (Eventbrite), Jessica Herrin (StellaDot), [...]

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Vixely Featured on SpacesTV as the Real Life Carrie Bradshaw in “Only in Reel Life” (Video)

Ever wonder how the real life Carrie Bradshaw lives? Well, look no further than Vixely, which is featured on SpacesTV with Erika Storm Wasser interviewing Vixely’s Nora Bass and touring the ultimate Vixely apartment with Lara Glaister! “Funny Girl /Design Enthusiast” Erika hosts “Only in Reel Life”on SpacesTV, which takes iconic TV characters’ apartments and compares [...]

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NEW Million Dollar Deli November Mix

Want to impress everyone the next time someone tosses the question to a mass of unidentified people, “hey, anyone have a good playlist?”  You can. You can totally be that popular person and actually be able to respond with a uninterested, “ah, yeah I do,” because Vixely’s music partner, Million Dollar Deli, just released yet [...]

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Why Women Mattered Most This Election

Much was at stake this election for women. The Obama campaign’s heavy focus on women’s issues paid off in a big way, resulting in an 18-point gender gap that largely contributed to the president’s reelection. According to CNN’s exit polls, 55 percent of women voted for Obama, while only 44 percent voted for Mitt Romney. [...]

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Election Day Women’s Debate: Pro-Choice 2.0

By Michelle Miller In case you, like me, have tuned out the Pro-Choice/ Pro-Life debate on the basis of it being so polarized, so full of extraordinary claims and unproductive anger on both sides, as to make listening in, much less participating, intolerable, let me fill you in on a quick reality: the legality of [...]

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Girl Crush: Tze Chun of Uprise Art

Meet Vixely’s latest Girl Crush, Tze Chun, Founder of Uprise Art, the new destination for anyone looking to buy amazing contemporary artwork. Uprise Art is an online gallery featuring contemporary artwork that offers members exclusive access to its curated collection at a ridiculously affordable price, letting you invest only $50 a month toward owning any piece [...]

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New Study Shows Best Cities for Successful Singles

A just-released study on the top cities for finding successful singles might surprise you. According to Bloomberg‘s ranking, Hoboken, New Jersey came in first place, scoring a perfect 100. Over 53 percent of Hoboken men and women are single, compared to a national average of only 27 percent. In the near-NYC locale, single men ages [...]

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The Best & Worst Countries for Women

The World Economic Forum released this week its assessment of the best and worst countries for women to live in around the world in its 2012 Global Gender Gap Report. The report ranks 135 countries (which collectively contain over 90 percent of the world’s population) based on 14 indicators used to measure the size of [...]

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