The American Presidential Election. Super Bowl LI. The Oscars. Call us crazy, but at Dandelion Chandelier we see a pattern here. At three iconic events in American life in the past six months, everything that “everyone” expected, even very close to the end, turned out to be wrong – in one case, even after an official announcement had been made and the acceptance speech had begun. One of these incidents on its own might be interesting. Three in a row is riveting. What’s going on here?
Can ice hockey actually be a luxury experience? With Hockey Day in America having just been celebrated last Sunday, this query seems timely. We asked our Dandelion Chandelier Boston Bureau Chief to weigh in on this profound issue, as the common understanding of the sport doesn’t generally include the word “luxury.” Turns out, there is such a thing as haute ice.
Spending a winter weekend skiing in Vermont is a very fine thing to do. And one of the best places to do it is at Okemo Mountain Resort, in Ludlow, in the central part of the state. Depending on your luck, you could find ice cookies, mashed potatoes, snow snakes and joy.
It’s been over two weeks and here at Dandelion Chandelier we’re still talking about it: how on earth did Tom Brady and the Pats win Super Bowl LI?
Is it actually possible that the color yellow could be the true hue of modern luxury? Gold, sure. But yellow? Seriously? Don’t roll your eyes, dear readers. There are more layers to yellow than you might imagine.