Read our Founder’s Interview on the Blurb Blog!

In November, our founder and Editor in Chief Paris Kim had the opportunity to speak about her inspirations and the creation of Marjorie Magazine for a panel sponsored by Blurb Books, Unsplash, and Weebly, highlighting the power of self-publishing and marketing. With Blurb, our publisher, we couldn’t imagine a better host for our print magazines…

February Starters for a Romantic Month

We’re kicking off February with our fresh-choice picks of inspiration, indulgence, and overall feelings of romance and pure joys of the past. This month, florals and highly-feminine picks define the month of a young woman in love. The blues of January are swept away when you’re feeling happy and hopeful, indulging in the daydreams of…

A Stay in Edwardian Times at The Union Street Inn

A bed & breakfast, with all its cozy homespun appeal and intimate antique furnishings, might be the last accommodation to find when visiting a big city. But San Francisco isn’t like other citiesβ€” and its best kept secret b&b, The Union Street Inn, is easily the frontrunner of true hospitality. Tucked away off of where…

Starting off the New Year in Old Ways

We couldn’t help but wonder how many of you have made a resolution for 2018– and how many have still persisted with each one. Making a New Year’s resolution can seem like a strain on your next 12 months, not for the commitment but the failure at doing so, and it’s easy to see why…

The Bishop’s Wife: A Favorite and Forgotten Classic Holiday Film

Classic, black and white films perfectly capture the Holiday Season. They’re perfect in their cheesy, simple, and heartwarming feel-good presentations set in a world completely ascending our own tech-laden, fast paced and commercial way to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year. We escape from the things meant to make the time easier into…

Get Around NYC this December with the Holiday Nostalgia Rides

A vintage dreamer’s delight come true! Ride around Manhattan this month for a chance to travel back into the past aboard one of their vintage train cars and buses. The New York Transit Museum will run their ageless fleet on December Sundays, starting the 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th. Find their R1-9 train cars, manufactured…