Olivia Poglianich

Olivia Poglianich

Olivia lives and works in NYC, living the Mad Men life with a day job in advertising. She’s also an avid travel blogger and adventurous eater – trying any and every ethnic restaurant she can get to, plus the weirdest foods she can find. So far she’s had grasshoppers, rat, snake and zebra to name a few. You can read about her adventures and travel tips at lostwithliv.com (shamless self promotion).

Electronic Music Boat Cruises Fall is just around the corner for most of the world, and while for many, that means the end of festival season, for us at Rad Season it only means the beginning of planning for next year’s antics. What could be better than 3 or 4 days dancing in a… Read More
Crazy Foods to Try in South East Asia What do Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia have in common? Besides, of course, a geographic border, these three countries are some of the best places for an adventurous eater to visit. Here, exotic food is taken to the next level, where you can dine on an array of bugs, unique fruits… Read More
Bonnaroo Music Festival Bonnaroo is a really good time. In fact, that’s what the word “Bonnaroo” even means. It’s a Creole slang word, a nod to the festival founders’ college experience listening to rich jazz music in the southern United States. Think of it like a modern day Woodstock. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=7&v=mVk8TA2M_E4 This massive music… Read More
Austin City Limits one of the best festivals in Austin Austin rivals Nashville as the live music capital of the world. All year long, the city plays host to some of the best music festivals on the map. Austin City Limits brings country, pop and rock fans together from all over the U.S. and even the world. South by Southwest,… Read More
SoFar Sounds. Josh Whitehouse playing in Los Angeles Do you love good company, great music and trying new things? Awesome – me too. I recently discovered Sofar Sounds in my hometown of NYC and have to say I’m hooked on the experience. Sofar stands for Songs from a Room, and they’re all about creating magical, intimate concerts in… Read More
Rad Season's guide to the best Ethnic Restaurants in New York Living with 8 million people from all over the world definitely has its perks – the easily obtainable array of cuisines from countries near and far is a sharp highlight. In NYC, you can eat with your hands in an Ethopian restaurant, try a boat of bread stuffed with cheese and… Read More
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