Celebs That Lived Together

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What if your roommate was a future Oscar winner? You would probably think twice about pissing them off with passive-aggressive notes, obviously! Long before they were stars, and before the multi-million dollar paychecks and enormous homes, some of today’s hottest celebrities lived a lot like us. Life as a struggling... read

(Official) Sunday Brunch Hours for 10 U.S. Cities

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Since 2016, New York City allows restaurants and bars to sell alcohol before noon on Sunday. While visiting Los Angeles, where alcohol sales begin at 6 a.m. any day of the week, we realized that across the country there may be an epidemic of cities not supporting boozy brunches before noon! The monstrosity! So we did a... read

DIY Apartment Hacks

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Apartment living can mean sacrificing space for an ideal location, cheap rent or other amenities. With one bedroom apartments averaging 721 square feet in Los Angeles, 768 in Chicago and 654 in Austin, even the smallest of organizing efforts can make a big difference. To make the most of your small space, we... read

Your Guide to Oak Lawn

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OverviewOak Lawn is not up-and-coming – Oak Lawn has arrived. An older neighborhood full of a mix of urban professionals, upscale condos, and historic single-family homes, Oak Lawn can be a bit slower-paced than neighboring area Uptown, but otherwise has a similar feel. There’s a large variety of delicious food... read

Studio Apartments That Will Make You Forget You Even Want a Bedroom

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Usually touted as “cozy” or “quaint,” the studio apartment has long been the go-to place for those looking for minimalist living, or a lower-cost space in a higher-cost rental market (we’re looking at you, San Francisco). For its notorious lack of space, the studio has its benefits: it’s cheaper to decorate... read

Tips for Managing Money with Your Roommate

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Living with a roommate certainly has its perks, such as having someone to split the bills with. But like with any relationship, financial conflicts, if not handled proactively, can make your life miserable. Whether you’ve been living with your roomie for some time or are about to move in with a new one, use these... read

How to (Really) Use the Internet to Make Finding Your Next Home Easy

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Admit it. You’ve gone on the internet with the best of intentions, and instead lost an hour going down rabbit holes when you should have been productive. (Guilty over here!) Unfortunately, we can’t make you stop looking at pictures of your ex on vacation, but we can use the internet’s superpowers for good... read

Your Guide to Deep Ellum

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Overview Brimming with giant robot sculptures, breweries, art festivals, Deep Ellum is the quirky step-child of the Dallas nightlife. With constantly changing murals, a great food and bar scene, and live music everywhere, this is one of the coolest neighborhoods to spend a night on the town. The Neighbors Deep Ellum... read

How to Buy and Pay for Renter’s Insurance

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There’s nothing like moving into a new apartment—once it’s done and you’re settled in. But until then, the process of renting a new apartment has a plethora of moving parts – you need to vet the neighborhood, use an apartment locator to find the space itself, maybe shift money around to cover the cost, and of... read

Your Guide to Uptown Dallas

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The Crescent Courtyard in Uptown Overview “The center of everything” is a bit of a cliché, but applies here. After it was redeveloped in the 90s, Uptown grew into one of Dallas’s most sought-after areas with a trendy vibe. Uptown’s unique mashup of a business center and a sleek bar/restaurant scene means the... read