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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Don’t Drop the Ball this New Years

The year is winding down. Between Buzzfeed “Best Moments of 2015” articles, to Jib Jab’s “Year in Review” we have a lot to look back on and even more to look forward to. In 2016 a presidential election of massive proportions will take place, kale may no longer be a super food, and media might … Read More

Deck the Halls (but not too much)

This Christmas season will be the first one where I won’t be living with my parents. At the beginning of December coming home to a stark apartment devoid of holiday cheer left me feeling bluer than anyone who sings “The Christmas Shoes”. Growing up at home, we always had multiple Christmas trees: the kid’s tree, … Read More

Holiday Party Hard (and Safe)

It’s December which means party, after party, after party! There is just a wonderful feeling that befalls everyone when the holiday music starts playing, cookies start popping up everywhere, and the “Season of Giving” begins. Between work festivities, friend get togethers, and family fun December is a month of celebrations and merry making! But, too … Read More

Ignorance Ain’t Bliss on the Road

When I was a freshman in college I was not allowed a car on campus. So one cold night in December, during finals, a whole bunch of us wanted McDonalds, which was about 3 miles off campus down Richmond Road, the main road in Williamsburg. As none of us had cars, I volunteered to bike … Read More

Don’t Toke and Drive

Don’t Toke and Drive   Marijuana, Cannabis, Greens, Mary Jane, Cush, Dank, Weed—there are a lot of names for the odd numbered leaved plant that causes a lot of heartache in this country. But with 23 states and the District of Columbia legalizing Marijuana to some degree, it’s becoming more readily accessible, and consumed more frequently. … Read More

The Key to the Courthouse

The Key to the Courthouse Oftentimes when potential clients call Curcio Law the first question they ask is, “How much will your services cost me?” When someone has just been in an accident, they’re vulnerable, hurt, and uncertain about the future, and the last thing they should have to worry about is how much their … Read More