April Favorites

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As I bid adieu to April, I cannot help but be shocked at how my next favorites post will be up when I am living in New York City. Not sure what I’m talking about? Then check out this post. April actually dragged a bit for me due to how stuffed it was with projects and tasks to accomplish, but nonetheless, these items made my month a bit better.

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Coachella Dreamin’

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As a person whose two main loves are music and fashion, Coachella is the ultimate mashup of my dreams. I have not physically attended yet, but I already have $20 saved to go next year (slow progress). I am determined to go next year assuming the lineup is as impressive as it always is! This year, amazing artists such as Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The 1975, Sia, G-Eazy, Guns N’ Roses, Grimes, A$AP Rocky and many, many more are all playing. As a fan of the majority of the artists, I honestly can’t even imagine the struggle of choosing between stages, but that is a great problem to have. Here is the complete list.

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Brunch Quest: Marigold Kitchen

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Bright, creative and cozy are words I would use to describe this little cafe in Madison, WI. Marigold Kitchen is located by the Capitol and offers a wide range of healthy menu options serving breakfast, brunch and lunch. It even was voted best breakfast by the community for Madison Magazine in 2015. I ordered a chorizo omelette which had chorizo sausage, sweet corn relish, cheddar cheese and cilantro. The omelette had just the right amount of spicy making it enjoyable but not eye-watering. On the side, it came with one piece of wheat toast and potatoes. The potatoes were delicious, but not my favorite of the breakfast potatoes I have tried from my brunch adventures.

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Party Performance from G-Eazy

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Last night, I went to G-Eazy’s stop in Madison for his “When It’s Dark Out” tour. I first discovered G-Eazy a couple of years back at the Revelry music festival in Madison and he played as one of the acts in the middle of the day. From the moment I heard “Lady Killers”, I was hooked and immediately began binge listening to his music the next day. Now, almost two years later, G-Eazy headlined at a huge arena and nearly had it filled. He also sold out The Rave in Milwaukee the night before. It was impressive to see how far he has come in only a couple of years.

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