Food trends have been a strength of the Culturewaves® team for years, as they have contributed to the annual food trends published by The Food Channel as well as provided trends and insights to...
As more and more devices become connected, we find ourselves surrounded by an “internet of things” that we just don’t want. The internet no longer resides within the safety of our computers.
I feel a little guilty for this one, adding yet another email to your inbox this early in January—now that you’ve finally gotten all those “special deals” cleared out. But that’s exactly what prompted writing this.
KVLT has been around the underground side of black metal for a while. Utilizing a more medieval feeling of the word “cult”, the sub genre embraces limited edition culture with a mix of pagan,...
Rather than buying and selling, some people are leaning toward sharing or renting items like cars, bikes, tools and more.
Dogs who loves chasing cars will see even more reason to do so when Rachael Ray opens a food truck for dogs in New York City Oct 18 to October 20.
A new Facebook app from Sugar In The Raw called Au Natural lets users upload food photos and add pixilation to hide the tempting images.
Air fresheners are traditionally marketed to and purchased by women, but many companies are realizing that both genders enjoy fresh air.
You may only know about it as “the horse riding dance”, but despite the fact that things have been lost(and found) in translation of the song as well as people simply seeing it as crazy and forwarding to their friends, it’s all leading up to a potential K-Pop (or even South Korean pop culture) emergence in mainstream America.
What I’m starting to think about is how technology and convenience are truly watering down what “exclusivity” looks like. Comic-Con is an amazing thing to experience in person, don’t get me wrong; but at the same time with everything being uploaded and available for purchase on eBay doesn’t the exclusivity get watered down a bit?