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A Gold Medal for Brazil

  Many Americans are unfamiliar with the geographical and cultural beauty of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I’m proud to say that, as a Brazilian-American who has spent time there, I do. The 2016 Rio Olympics only strengthened the existing appreciation and love I have for my second country, despite what all the doomsayers and media […]

Boston Burrito Bowl Brawl

I’m still a little bitter that the Patriots won’t be making a Super Bowl appearance, but thankfully my favorite culinary event is right around the corner.   On Saturday, February 6, Brian Poe is kicking off Burrito Bowl V at Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake. This culinary competition brings together some of Boston’s best chefs […]

Monster Jam Brings Family Fun to Gillette Stadium

Roaring into Foxboro’s Gillette Stadium on Saturday, June 20th, Monster Jam Path of Destruction trucks will enter the pits at high-powered speeds. Looking for a family friendly Father’s day activity? Make your way to the premier entertainment venue of New England to see a full lineup of trucks including Max-D, Grave Digger, El Toro Loco, and […]

Knocking it out of the park

  The beginning of June marks the start of a great time of year in New England. The weather is finally bearable, school is almost out, summer is just around the corner, and baseball season is in full swing. Catching a baseball game is on everybody’s summer bucket list, but for those who don’t want […]


Iced Coffee Day is one of the biggest days of the year for Dunkin’ Donuts in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. Not only does it bring attention to one of Dunkin’s most popular beverages, Iced Coffee, but it also supports a great cause. On May 20th, $1 from every cup of Iced Coffee sold went […]

Red Nose Day – Matt Lauer Visits New London

What happens when you get into the office on a Monday morning and you find out that Matt Lauer is stopping down the block in a matter of hours?  I guess most people wouldn’t care, but as Agency of Record for The City of New London, CT Coast Guard Summer, The National Coast Guard Museum […]

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

  On Monday, the Regan Communications’ New York team was tasked with promoting the New York Yankees’ Opening Day at NYY Steak.  An event was held at the Midtown location that included a working lunch for food and culinary bloggers along with clients such as New York Sports Club and BFX Studio. Guests were given deals […]

Super Bowl Recap: Commercials and Branding (Part II)

This year’s Super Bowl brought excitement and lots of screaming at TVs as New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm   Butler intercepted the final pass to end the game in victory. As exhilarating as the game was, the Ad Bowl caused various reactions with commercials pulling at our heartstrings, making us aware of important social issues and, of […]

Super Bowl Recap: Commercials and Branding (Part I)

The Super Bowl means different things to different people. For most, it’s about sports. But for others, it’s all about the brands. As part of the media and communications industry, I specifically watch the Super Bowl for the advertisements as a way to analyze the industry. Here are my best and worst advertising picks of […]

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