Evelyn Marino

Curator of a Good Vibe

Austin, TX

a year ago

Help for Haiti

Hi Versy Peeps! Haiti was hit hard with Hurricane Matthew claiming more 200 lives. All help is needed. Please do what you can. Any little bit helps. For those who would like to donate or provide relief items in the regions affected in HAITI, the following organizations are collecting donations, putting together food packages and/or have volunteers currently there providing aid. I invite you all to put prayers/statuses into deeds and make a contribution to the following or drop off the...See More

We’ve found the new Wynwood and it's in...Hialeah?!? PARTY TODAY!

Leah has recently been throwing down some good parties. Their last: #HialeahNow was a success with food trucks, real-time art, and games. The entire neighborhood was there to show their support. Leah is hosting another party TODAY! The Leah Arts District runs from E 9th St. to E 17th St. as its South and North boundaries, and E 10th Ave. to the railroad tracks as its East and West boundaries. (You’ll be fine if you GPS-it to 1501 E. 10th Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33010 and walk around from...See More

New LOZ title makes waves at E3

Finally! After its announcement almost 3 years ago, game enthusiasts attending E3 got to experience the new title for Legend of Zelda. Nintendo provided a truly immersive experience bringing to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wildlife. Gamers got a chance to demo the new game and explore the new open world of LOZ. Who else is excited for LOZ?

The ultimate USA bucket list

What do you dream of doing in the US? 1. The great American road trip How many times in your life can take a solid three-month (or more) span to do something as insanely cool as road tripping across the USA? Whether it’s with a group of homies packed into a VW van, camping your way from Sacramento to Maine, or just yourself and a shitty Honda Civic getting a tan through the sunshine states of Route 66, you’re going to have the time of your life, and tons of selfies to prove it. 2....See More

Peru: What’s the best time to visit?

You've seen the pictures. You've heard the stories. But before you nab that sweet flight deal to Peru, when's the best time to go? As Matador member Amber Eve points out, Peru has three major climates: the coast, the mountains, and the Amazon. Having lived there since 2008, Amber continues, "For the coast, January-March is the time of year it’s sunniest (the rest of the year is generally cloudy and gray), with temperatures between 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. December-February have the best...See More

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