It’s weird to think that the camera in your pocket can take as good of photos as a digital camera could just 5 years ago. 5 megapixels is becoming the standard and it’s only going to rise. So why hasn’t the art of cell phone photography gotten more attention? Well our friends at cellphonephotos.tumblr.com are trying to do their part to change that. Head there now to check it out and even submit some of your best phonetographs!
More than ever we want it to finally be Fall. Summer is skipping away, the leaves have yet to change and we’re already wearing jackets even though the weather still calls for short sleeves. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be Fall in our mouths! So what better way to celebrate the approaching new season than drinking one of the finest pumpkin ales around?? Here at A&SB we highly recommend Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale. The taste of pumpkin is perfect with the addition of cinnamon, nutmeg and a touch of cardamom and clove, it sits perfectly on your tongue and doesn’t leave a bitter after taste. Perfect for a cool night by a fire or even server with whipped cream on top.
As someone who is stuck wearing eyeglasses on a daily basis I am constantly struggling with the complete and total lack of a decent selection out there in the “frame-fashion” world that doesn’t completely burn a hole in my pocket. I find a nice pair of frames and then suddenly I’m thinking of ways I can auction off personal belongings in order to afford them. Thankfully I was recently tipped off to Warby Parker, a vintage inspired eyewear company that specializes in low-cost, high-end frames that aren’t going to eat away at your bank account. The average price is $95 and with that includes lenses and free shipping. If you don’t like them, send them back for a full refund. It really doesn’t get better than that.