The Five at Five: Pop-Up Grocer
30 avr. 2020
The Five at Five is a download of the best things to read, watch, shop, and get inspiration from – ready for the weekend. Each week, we’ll be bringing you selections from different tastemakers in our community, so you can delve into what’s keeping them entertained.
This week’s curator is Emily Schildt, founder of Pop Up Grocer, a traveling pop-up grocery store, showcasing hundreds of products from 150+ of the most innovative and exciting food, beverage, home, pet, and body care brands today.
Here’s what’s keeping Emily entertained this weekend.
Open Book by Jessica Simpson Say what you will (I guarantee it's circulating in my head as well), but it came highly recommended by a friend. I'm finding from it the same satisfaction I got from Us Weekly as a teen (for which I should also be ridiculed.) I'm also just a big fan of vulnerability.
McMillions It's the story of the monopoly game fraud at McDonald's. I grew up on McDonald's and the game, so I find it riveting. I had no clue someone had conned the winnings!
Radio Garden My heart aches for my home city of New York, and I just discovered I can listen to all of its radio stations here. You can listen to radio stations all over the world, actually.
Mohair Throw I'm not buying much lately beyond groceries, but I did just splurge on this blanket because I'm spending time on the couch for the first time in my life.
Bored Solutions I think I came across this site in The New York Times. It's filled with ideas for ways to fill our time/entertain ourselves right now, including virtual cooking classes, concerts, and poetry prompts.